Today I’m going to show you how to DIY one of those beautiful string pendant globes. It’s so easy and inexpensive that you can do a whole lot of them and use a couple to accessorize your home and save the rest to use as party decoration. BTW, since this is a fool’s proof step-by-step, I strongly recommend that you make several, as the worst part is waiting until the next day to finish it up.
Enough with the bla-bla-bla, here it goes!
When I did it, I was following some instructions that I found somewhere on the internet, but they did not go through the details, so I ended up unrolling part of my string, which wasn’t a very good idea. The best way of doing it is to keep pouring the glue over the roll of string.
Truth is: I spent 1.99 bucks to make this globe. ONEpointNINENINE! (as I already had glue and balloon). And the result was great, although I am still deciding if I am going to spray paint it white…
What about you? Want to make your own string globe?
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