Easy and Awesome Dollar Tree DIY Kissing Ball on a Budget

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Are you looking for a DIY Kissing ball? Look no further, you don’t have to spend a fortune, you can make one on a budget with just a few dollars.

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Have you seen an artificial kissing ball in the store? They can range from $20-100! I wanted one so badly, but not for some of those prices. Not all of them are made with fresh greens either. What is a girls to do? DIY it of course with just a few supplies from the dollar store!

Here is a picture of one I found online at Amazon for $30 – this was one of the less expensive ones I found.

 DIY Kissing Ball Materials

DIY Kissing Ball Step-By-Step Instructions

I bought 2 bunches of yellow daisies at Walmart and lucky me – they were on clearance for $1.50 each!  I pulled the flower tops of the stems, and for this project, I needed about 20 flower heads.

I bought a 3 pack of Styrofoam balls from Dollar Tree so the foam ball could be the center of my kissing ball.  Each ball was 2.4 inches.

I cut a piece of twine, added a knot to the bottom of it to make a loop, and I hot glued the knot to the top of the ball.

I added some hot glue to the flower base…

and I stuck the little part of the stem into the Styrofoam ball starting at the top.

I continued doing this around in a circle adding more flowers until I made it to the bottom of the ball and the whole ball was covered.

When it was done it looked like this.  I am so excited at how it turned out!

You can hang it inside or out.

Now you can make it any desired length short or use a longer piece of ribbon, as it depends on where you’ll be hanging it. I hung mine outside, you can hang them on your front porch, or make a kissing ball ornament for everyone’s Christmas trees.

Here are some more DIY Kissing Ball options

  • Make a kissing ball with pine cones
  • Create a Christmas kissing ball with evergreen branches, holy boughs, berry picks etc
  • you can make it with different flowers like a rose, daisy, or peony ball

Other materials to create beautiful DIY kissing balls:

This makes a great holiday craft. Are you ready to make your own kissing ball? Or perhaps a DIY Christmas ball to add to your Christmas decorations?

Other Flower DIYs

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12 Comments

  1. These are adorable! They would look so pretty in a garden for extra color. They’d be beautiful hanging from tree branches if those were available. Plus they are so easy to make! Love them!

    1. Thank you Linda! I have some hanging in our house like a mistletoe too ๐Ÿ™‚ They were so fun and easy to make. You are so right there are so many places to put them up.

  2. Those are very cute though I fear that outside the sun and rain would ruin them.

    1. Thank you Elise, and you are correct that certain flowers can fade in the sun. I took mine outside for pictures but they are actually hanging in my home like mistletoe ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Where have I been? I have never heard of a kissing ball, they look so gorgeous. At first, I thought they were real flowers but I guess they are artificial. Yours looks every bit as lovely as the $30 ones.
    We will feature the kissing balls on the next Pit Stop. Nice job.
    Kathleen

    1. Thank you so much Kathleen. They were relatively new to me too and they can be in the shape of flowers or berries and other things too. Thank you for the feature and thanks for hosting a place for all of us to share our creations.

  4. These are so pretty. They’d look great on my patio!

  5. I love the Floral Kissing Balls. These would be great for a party or backyard BBQ. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best.

    1. Thank you so much Rhonda and that is a great idea!

  6. Cute! Thanks for sharing at the To Grandma’s House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More Wednesday Link Party! Pinned!

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