Do you love globes or are you always finding them in thrift stores? Here are 18 DIY globe projects that you’ll love – great home decor inspiration!
I recently started a globe collection. Yep, I’m a collector. Did you know that about me? I used to collect snowglobes. I’ve also collected ceramics, patches and even music boxes. I guess it just gives me something to strive for?
I don’t know why I do it, but my latest collection obsession is globes. I’m even open to some DIY globes, actually. I’ve been visiting thrift stores now and again to see if I can find any old/broken ones to convert into some other stuff.
My decor is modern, and I feel like even though they look very “traditional library,” they go with any decor!
If you are a globe lover too, check out this collection of 18 DIY globe projects. If you happen upon any damaged globes, these ideas will come in handy. Scroll down to see them!
DIY Globe Projects
World of Love
Love makes the world go ’round, and this project shows you how to craft that message.
I have an obsession with gold leaf these days, so this globe is perfect.
Turn a thrift store find into a home decor centerpiece.
Learn more about the project at Better Homes & Gardens
Create unique wall art with wood, paint, a globe and letters.
Revamp an old globe and turn it useful with chalkboard paint.
Get the how-to at P&G Everyday
I love that Jessica personalized her globe with sheet music and Mod Podge.
Turn any globe into a pendant light using this tutorial – and especially love the way these are decorated!
Learn how it was done at Home is What You Make It
Use vinyl letters, spray paint and remove for a unique home decor piece.
Jennifer got a damaged globe at Target, and made it pretty using paper punched circles.
What’s a great way to get rid of an old light fixture you don’t like? Replace it with a globe cover.
It would be fun to decorate an entire room with globes on the ceiling, don’t you think?
Learn more at BozARound
Alexis gave her globe a makeover using a Small World theme to go with her vintage Disneyland room.
When are expensive napkins worth it? When you use them to decoupage a globe.
Spray paint and washi tape are the perfect way to make a globe turn into a fun centerpiece.
See how it was done at Harding Happenings
Install a clock mechanism into half of a globe and hang on the wall for a unique timepiece.
Photo inspiration from Better Homes & Gardens
Lots of Lights
Turn a globe into a useful nightlight by drilling holes.
Holly found this globe for a $1, then gave it a unique spring revamp that I love.
Heather revamped her globe using some paint and a vinyl quote cut with her Silhouette.