I’m happy you tuned in to my Monday DIY post today because I am about to embark on what I assume is a fun experience. Well, for me, at least.
I call this adventure CRAFTING WITH CHILDHOOD TOYS! If you can imagine me clapping with delight at this point, your mind would be spot-on.
Contrary to what Egg is showing you, you don’t play this game by eating the pieces. Furthermore, you will not need said pieces or bones for this DIY. You will only be using the rubber balls!
Here are other things you need:
Let dry and you’re done! EASY.
1. When you’re slicing the rubber balls, be VERY CAREFUL. Some balls are easy to slice , others are harder.
2. Use balls with marbling patterns or glitters for added visual interest. However, avoid those clear balls that have fossil-like toys inside.
3. Hot glue will not work.
4. Instead of pins, you can use magnets for creating DIY rubber ball fridge magnets.
5. This series will not happen in a continuous manner. I have a few sewing and home decor DIYs in the works that will not require toys.
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