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I still have two more half spheres of plastic cups which I previously turned into a chandelier. One is small and the other one is big so I got the idea of making another decoration which is a snowman. Click here to see how to assemble the drinking cups into a half sphere Making a Disposable Cup Christmas Chandelier.
That is awesome! Thanks for sharing it!
It was much harder than a regular sparkleball, but still doable. We just used an old hat and scarf that we had around the house, but you could really decorate it up if you wanted to.
If you want to see our previous article about sparkleballs, click on the link below. They are so much more beautiful in person than the photos show.
By Jess in OR
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I am looking for information on making an eco plastic cup snowman. Please help.
By Ralla from CA
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I'm looking for a project to make a snowman with plastic cups and light. If anyone has this crafts project with pictures and instructions I'll be glad to have it. Yours truly, Gaby
At this link there are numerous snowman projects:
I don't know if the one you want is included, but it's a good craft link.
Susan from ThriftyFun (01/13/2005)
If you go here you'll find links to the instructions and photos you want: sparkleball.com (If the link doesn't work, then type that into your address line to get there.)