Subtle yet oh-so-so lovely, this floating floral sphere can be used many ways. It can be hung indoors or out — from a ceiling beam or a tree branch. You can even use it to form part of your ceremony backdrop or reception tablescapes. You’ll need real hydrangeas, a foam globe and twine for the project.
Make It: Start by picking up a clear glass or plastic ball ornament. Add a two-inch layer of artificial snow along the bottom, and then suspend miniature holiday figurines from the ornament's foil or metal cap using fishing line. Once hung, this simple, clear ornament takes on the appearance of a sophisticated snow globe.
Give a basic desktop globe a creative update with a globe guest sign-in. Place the globe on a table; then supply kids with washable markers. Encourage them to sign on different areas of the globe where they or their families have been.
Woven materials set a laid-back, stylish tone in this outdoor space. Lighting comes from a trio of globe pendants; hanging them from different heights and mixing their size makes them pretty to look at night or day.
LABLstudio combined modern and industrial accents to meet the client's gritty "Bowery" style. A smoky gray globe pendant contrasts nicely with the graffiti-inspired wallpaper in the casual conference room.