Bowling ball ladybugs

May 17th, 2012 in member junk     
rzrback rzrback, member
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I have been looking for bowling balls to make ladybugs ever since I saw some on Pinterest. I finally found some at a thrift store for $1.99 each. I painted them with orange paint made for plastic and made stencils from painter tape. The antenae is made from black electrical wire.  I love how they turned out.

Pattern or design used: Not specified
posted in: member junk, artwork, garden, outdoor spaces, paint, orange

Comments (4)

gadgetsponge writes: Great idea! I can't imagine too many repurposes for bowling balls. These will be great for years to come. Posted: 7:27 am on May 20th
bertandpetunia writes: I have a red bowling ball in my stash-thought it would be too plain to just sit it in my garden-guess what it's gonna be! LOVE this! Posted: 3:28 am on May 20th
rzrback writes: Thanks! They are standard sized bowling balls used in the bowling lanes. I think they look small because in order to get all of them in the picture I had to stand back a ways. Posted: 7:35 pm on May 18th
LloydsLandingofSears writes: These ladybugs are adorable! They look smaller than a regular bowling ball...please tell me...are they the bowling nalls used outside on the grass in new england states rather than the balls used inside at the bowling lanes?
~Mary~ Posted: 7:12 pm on May 18th
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