Ariel's Dinglehopper

I'm almost embarrassed to post this. It's super simple, but it turns out so well and it's one of those things that other people might not think to do, I decided to share.

How fun would these be as a party favor for a Little Mermaid party! You could easily add an alligator clip to the back to make a fun hair accessory.

Step 1: Materials

Ariel's Dinglehopper

For this project you'll need:

- E-6000 ( or some other craft glue that dries clear)

- Pearls and rhinestones

- A fork

I had the flat pearls and rhinestones from an old cell phone case, but I'm sure you could get them at your local craft store. I got the fork for $1 for a 4 pack at Wal-Mart or Dollar Tree, can't remember which.

This cost around $3 to make depending on what you have on hand. It takes a whole 5 minutes start to finish.

Step 2: Apply glue and bling

Ariel's Dinglehopper

I chose points on the fork that I thought natural sea life might grow on. You can use my picture as a guide or just do you

Step 3: Enjoy!

Ariel's Dinglehopper
Ariel's Dinglehopper
Ariel's Dinglehopper

Unnecessary Warning: Let the glue dry fully before trying to use the dinglehopper

After letting the glue set, enjoy using your new dinglehopper to comb through your luscious mermaid locks.

 
 

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