Christmas Rose Pomander

Create a Christmas Rose Pomander to add fragrance and an elegant touch to your holiday decorations.

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Materials and Tools:

4" plastic foam ball
35 - 40 scented potpourri roses
1 foot of 2" wide red wired ribbon
red floral spray paint
spray glue (such as Super 77)
hot glue gun
hot glue sticks
red glitter
scissors

Steps:

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1. For this project, we were unable to locate red scented potpourri roses, so we painted white roses red with floral spray paint.

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Allow painted roses to dry thoroughly.

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2. Spray the center of rose with spray glue, concentrating on the rose's center.

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Before glue can dry, sprinkle on glitter. Repeat these steps to add a bit of sparkle to all of the roses.

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3. Loop ribbon around base of plastic foam ball, fold the longer piece back and tie to shorter piece, making a tight knot at the base to create a looped hanger. Trim excess edges of the ribbon.

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4. Apply hot glue generously to the bottom of glittered potpourri rose.

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Glue onto plastic foam ball, near the ribbon.

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5. Continue gluing roses to ball, spacing them tightly together, until the plastic foam ball is completely covered.

6. Hang on Christmas tree or suspend from chandelier or door handle. Tip: If the potpourri roses lose their scent during the holiday season, simply add scented oil to freshen them up.

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