Yarn Art Pokeball

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Step 1: What You Need

Red yarn
White yarn (optional)
Black yarn
Glue
Styrofoam ball
Scissors
Foil

Step 2: Glue

Start with slathering one side of the styrofoam ball with glue

Step 3: Side1

Take your red yarn and swirl around the ball. Start from the top and work your way to the half point of the ball. Add more glue as needed

Step 4: Middle

Add more glue to the ball then add black yarn onto the ball. Wrap around two times

Step 5: Side Two

Slather other side of the styrofoam ball with glue then, as you did for the side 1 wrap the white yarn on the other side OR since the styrofoam ball is white skip this step!

Step 6: Middle Ball Part

Start with putting glue onto the foil then take the white yarn and swirl it as you did for the styroball then add a row of black

Step 7: Middle Ball Part 2

Carefully peel the circle off the foil and paste onto the center of the styrofoam ball

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    GeekCrafterGirlz432

    3 years ago

    That is a good idea parisusa! Although if you don't have white yarn it is a relief. Ana's I will tell you putting the yarn on the Bolton is a pain!:)

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    GeekCrafterGirlz432

    3 years ago

    That's right DIY with MOON and if you really like it feel free to vote for me in the made with yarn contest!!!:)

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    parisusa

    3 years ago

    I would cover the styrofoam with yarn totally (white on the bottom) to make it look more complete. Neat idea! We are a Pokemon family! Thank you for sharing!