Golf Ball Animals Lots Of Sweet Ideas

All you need are some Golf Balls to recreate these sweet Golf Ball Animals and we have rounded up our favorite ideas to share. Check them out now and watch the video too.

Brighten up your garden with these Golf Ball Animals that are made from you guessed it, old Golf Balls! These will add a real touch of fun and personality to your backyard.

This is a very easy craft and they would look super cute scattered around the rocks in your garden beds.

Golf Ball Animals

Here’s a selection of Golf Ball Animals that we found on Craft Klatch with Mona and these are just a sample of the many amazing ideas that she has on her website.

We have been fortunate enough to find a video tutorial from Mona that shows us how to make our own at home.

Golf Balls Animals Video Tutorial

She is incredibly talented and you are going to want to make them all. A golf ball chick and pig are the perfect place to start.

Once you see how easy they are, you can add more golf ball animals to your collection. Click Play above to view now ^

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Golf Ball Ladybugs

The best way to make your Ladybugs is to rough the surface of your golf balls up with sandpaper. This will help the paint stick. It’s advised that you spray your golf balls with Primer.

Once dry you can use acrylic paints to decorate your golf balls. If you want to protect them you can finish off with a Sealant but it’s not essential. The above Golf Balls are from Art Drops.

Golf Ball Ladybugs and Bumble Bees on Garden Stakes

Bumble Bee Golf Balls

Sunshine Treasures on Facebook advertised these Ladybug and Bumble Bee Golf Balls for an upcoming market.

We love the way they have added stakes to theirs so you can have them sitting up nice and high amongst your pot plants.

Golf Ball Chicks

We found these incredibly adorable Golf Ball Chicks on Recyclart and they are easy to recreate and look great. Where will you be popping yours?

Golf Ball Farm Animals

We found these adorable Farm Animal Golf Balls on 1 Design A Day who found them on a French Studio. The website is no longer live, however you can easily recreate them.

Golf Ball Buggies

Melissa from Empress of Dirt has her own take and we adore her Golf Ball Buggies, they are very unique and they are the perfect addition to your collection. You can find details on her site.

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