What a unique design for a Christmas Tree made from dryer duct work. It is just rolled in circles on top of one another attached with hot glue and twist ties poked through ribs of the two layers hooking them together. Then wrap with lights. You could then attach ornaments if you desire but this idea is very cool all on its own. Would be a great decoration in a service shop that works on dryers and other appliances.
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Cut the tips off of silver (or whatever color) spoons found in a dollar store. Glue with hot glue the cut spoon piece on a foam cylinder. As you go up stagger the spoons as seen in photos. You could top with a star or ornament of your choosing.
How much fun is this cool house? The house is meant to be fun and whimsical with each section being slightly askew The roof lines don’t follow simple lines either. Reminds me of houses in Dr. Seuss.
Make design using black sharpie markers (Trace around googly eyes to get exact size), then paint yellow, then paint, light blue, then paint darker blue, add googly eyes and put silver puff paint around eyes. You may want to sharpen the black edges by going over them in black sharpie again. In the picture he is glued to another rock and put into a pot of grass. He could be glued to the top of a wooden stake to put in your garden. Here he is small scale – but he could easily be made on a boulder with the help of an adult and bigger brushes. I would also put three coats of polyurathane to keep the colors vibrant in the sun.