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 Scented Twine Christmas Ornaments Recipe

Scented Twine Christmas Ornaments Recipe

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Scented Twine Christmas Ornament Recipe
 

Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Glue
Foam Brush or Paint Brush
Wax paper
Small Glass Bowl
Ribbon
Twine
Water Balloons
 
Step 1:  Prepare your work area. Lay down newspaper or wax paper. This will help protect your work area from the glue and fragrance oil.
 
Step 2:  Prepare your glue. You will need about 2 ounces of glue.  However, this can vary depending on the size of your ornaments and type of twine or string you use.  So, in your small bowl, mix 2 ounces of glue to 2-4 ml of Country Christmas Fragrance Oil and stir thoroughly.
 
Step 3:  Now, blow up three balloons.  Keep in mind that the larger you make the balloon, the larger your ornaments will be.
 
Step 4:  Next, wrap one balloon in twine.  I used 3 to 4 feet of twine for each ornament.  However, again, this will depend on the size of your balloon.
 
Step 5:  Then, cover the twine in scented glue.  Allow it to dry.
 
Step 6:  Wrap the remaining balloons in twine and cover them in glue.
 
Step 7:  Once all of your ornaments have dried, pop the balloons and remove them from the ornaments.
 
Step 8:  Finally, place a ribbon on the ornament.  Alternatively, you can cut a piece of fabric about one inch wide and about eight inches long.  This can then be used to give your ornament a more rustic look.
 
 
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