Additional Materials:

12" Dowel Rods, 4" Styrofoam Balls, Hot Glue, Design Master TintIT Spray Paint, Rust-Oleum Spray Paint, Craft Knife, Sawtooth Hangers and Nails, Wire Cutters

About this Project

Have you been sea-urchin for fresh wall art? Add some Vitamin Sea to your home decor with mod 3D urchin art made from Styrofoam balls and dowel rods.

Create your own, snap a picture, and share using #ACMooreInspired.

  • 1
    Cut Styrofoam ball in half. Clean excess and set other half aside.
  • 2
    Poke a small hole in the top middle of the Styrofoam ball, and begin poking dots around the ball in a grid pattern, about .25" apart.
  • 3
    Cut wood dowels in half, creating two 6" pieces each. Set the hot glue gun to low temp. Apply a small dab of glue to one side of the dowel, and place into the marked dot. Press into the Styrofoam and hold down until dry.
  • 4
    Spray 2-3 light coats of the TintIT spray paint onto the center of the ball. Rotate as you spray to evenly coat. Let dry between layers.
  • 5
    Spray 2-3 coats of the Rust-Oleum spray paint onto the outside of the ball, only covering the ends of each dowel. Let dry between coats.
  • 6
    Pin a sawtooth hanger onto the back of the ball to hang. If needed, secure with hot glue.