Bowling Ball Bobber (for your Water Garden/Pond)

klynnnn(z8 SC USA)January 1, 2013

Bowling Ball Bobber

This is such an easy project according to Member lisaisewcrzy:

Prime the ball first with , I used Kilz. Then, paint the top half white enamel spray paint. When it dries tape off half of the ball with painters tape and spray paint the bottom red enamel. Let it dry well. I used a PVC Pipe end cap for the top, primed and painted black. I then added a "U" shaped hookto make it look realistic (drill holes in the cap and then stick in the hook.) To finish, I glued the cap on to the ball with silicone adhesive caulk.

Image by: lisaisewcrzy
BBall Bobber

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