Flat buttons of any color
White glue that dries clear
Large paint brush
News paper to protect working area
Cup to balance balloon while it dries
Step 1: Blow up and tie a balloon. Place the balloon, knot first, onto a cup.
Step 2: Using paint brush cover half of your balloon with an even coat of glue. Let the glue dry completely.
Step 3: Add a second coat of glue all the way down to the knot this time. Stick buttons on this layer of glue, half way down the balloon, as close as you can to each other. Let it dry completely. (4-5 hours usually)
Step 4: Add another layer of glue over top of the buttons and let it dry completely.
Step 5: Using scissors, cut the knot of the balloon to let the air out, peel the balloon out and and cut off any glue bits from the button edge that you don’t want.
Glue a wooden bead to the top of a Hershey’s Kiss.
Cut a 3” piece of the metallic tinsel stem and bend it into a halo shape. Glue the halo to the top of the wooden bead head.
Cut a 4” length of metallic tinsel stem and form it into a figure eight. Glue the wings to the back of the Hershey’s® Kiss® candy to form the wings.
small Pom-Poms (1/2 inch work well)
Caterpillar Clothes Pin Directions:
Apply craft glue on to the clothes pins and press on pom-poms. Apply glue to the face and press on googly eyes. Make sure the face is at the narrow end of the clothes pin so that it is easier to hold when it is finished.