A simple gift and ornament to give this holiday season for any golfer in the family!
Step 1: Materials Needed
-A length of tin foil (About a foot)
-10 golf balls (Preferably old)
-Green Spray Paint
-Hot Glue gun ( With glue!)
-2 Golf tees (Not in this picture)
This is a simple, cheap project - I found all the materials just lying around the house.
Step 2: Assembling the Basic Structure
1. Take your length of tin foil, and fold it about 4 times. This will keep the balls in place while you are gluing them. Make a circle around 6 of the golf balls. (Picture 1)
2. While the balls are in place, glue them together. Flip the base over, and glue again. (Picture 2)
3.Now you want to add 3 more balls on top of the base, hot glue these down. (Picture 3)
4.Take the last golf ball and glue it on the very top. (Picture 4)
Step 3: Painting!
Take your tree to a place outside away from any structure. Make sure you have cardboard or newspaper to place under the tree while painting.
Coat the tree in green spray paint, nice and even.
(It was windy when this was take, its not the best time to paint!)
Now take your 2 gold tees. Mine came yellow, but if you don't have yellow ones, just paint them or use what you have.
Make a cross out of these and glue them together. This will be the cross or star to go on top of your tree.
Step 5: All Done!
Marvel at your new ornament.
And give it to your favorite golfer this Christmas!
Participated in the
Krylon Holiday Decorations Contest