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Ladybug Bowling Ball

This is a bowling ball I painted to look like a ladybug. I used eyeglass frame, handles for the antenna, pushed them into corks and glued it to the top of her head. Her back looks really cute but you can't see it in this photo.

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I used outside varnish so I can pop it up under a plant. I put a copper pipe in the ground and sat in on that, using one of the holes in the bowling ball, That is to keep it off the ground. A friend of mine made the eyes move. They really do not move in real life. LOL

By Eve from Gulf Coast

A ladybug painted on a bowling ball
 

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September 14, 20090 found this helpful
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When I put the pic on the eyes were moving. I guess it didn't show up animated. That's good. I didn't want them to move. A freind made them move as a joke. It was cute!

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February 23, 20160 found this helpful

My old balls have been hanging around for years. I don't need them anymore and they're so heavy, no one else wants them.

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I think I will try your suggestion for them. I just hope mine will look as good as yours

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