Ariel's Dinglehopper

Introduction: Ariel's Dinglehopper

About: I'm a teacher who loves to craft in my spare time. I hope you are inspired to create some of the items I've featured.

I'm almost embarrassed to post this. It's super simple, but it turns out so well and it's one of those things that other people might not think to do, I decided to share.

How fun would these be as a party favor for a Little Mermaid party! You could easily add an alligator clip to the back to make a fun hair accessory.

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Step 1: Materials

For this project you'll need:

- E-6000 ( or some other craft glue that dries clear)

- Pearls and rhinestones

- A fork

I had the flat pearls and rhinestones from an old cell phone case, but I'm sure you could get them at your local craft store. I got the fork for $1 for a 4 pack at Wal-Mart or Dollar Tree, can't remember which.

This cost around $3 to make depending on what you have on hand. It takes a whole 5 minutes start to finish.

Step 2: Apply Glue and Bling

I chose points on the fork that I thought natural sea life might grow on. You can use my picture as a guide or just do you

Step 3: Enjoy!

Unnecessary Warning: Let the glue dry fully before trying to use the dinglehopper

After letting the glue set, enjoy using your new dinglehopper to comb through your luscious mermaid locks.

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    5 years ago on Introduction

    Depending on what kind of glue you use and what your fork is made of this would make a great looking addition to an aquarium as well!