Looking to add some Patriotic Decor to your home? Learn how to make Fabric Balls, also know as Rag Balls. Dollar Store Decorative Rag Balls for your home!
Happy Day, Sweet Friends. I’m still working on Patriotic Decor for my home. These Fabric Balls, also known as Rag Balls were so easy to make. What I love most about this project is that they can be made for any season.
For this project I used Dollar Store Items and it cost under $5.00. It’s such a fun project and adds just the right amount of decorative elements to your home.
There are so many places to add DIY Fabric Balls to your home. They can be placed on a bookcase, dresser or table and even inside a bowl or tray.
If you are like me and love decorating for the seasons, you can make these Rag Balls for each season. I can see them at Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter and even Thanksgiving.
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I purchased all of my supplies from the Dollar Store, but just in case you don’t live near a Dollar Store or if you just prefer to shop online, all the links above allow you to make these cute and simple Decorative Balls.
MATERIALS USED ON THE DECORATIVE FABRIC RAG BALLS:
- Fabric – I chose a Patriotic Scarf and a Red Bandana
- Balls – I chose Swim balls from the Dollar Store
- Glue Gun
- Fabric Glue Sticks
Prepare your balls. I used swim balls and removed each of the tags.
Prepare your fabric. I cute the fabric and then also tore the fabric. I liked the frayed edges and found tearing the fabric created this look. I chose to cut/tear my fabric in a variety of sizes, 1/4 inch, 1/2 inch and 1 inch.
Use your glue gun and glue sticks to adhere the material to the balls.
Tip: Enjoy the process. There is no rhythm or reason for how you complete the project.
Warning: Be careful because the glue gets very hot.
You can watch my video on You Tube which shows you how to create the Fabric Rag Balls. Don’t forget to subscribe.
I hope I’ve inspired you to create some seasonal decor for your home.