Holiday Globe

Holiday Globe

 

We moved into this apartment just about a year ago and to my disappointment there are no electrical outlets on the patio. I was unable to put up Christmas lights without leaving a crack in the door or window last year. So being determined this year to put up lights, and wanting them to be original, this is what I came up with. The best part is they don’t add an extra cost to the electric bill!

These would be great for outdoor parties and you can purchase these lights in different colors. I’m making one as a tree topper for my Christmas Tree as well . If you do this, make sure you put the tree near the window so that the lights can be recharged.

You will need:

Please feel free to leave a comment or a picture of your finished globe.

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9 thoughts on “Holiday Globe

  1. fab idea alesia! i think i might be able to handle that one. so what about rain/snow? do you need to take the ball itself down or can you spray sealer to the glittered cups <3

    1. I think applying some spray varnish sealer would be a good idea. I’ve had mine up for a week now and it rained a few times. It doesn’t seem to have done any damage to them. There is an added bonus too… when the sun shines on them they really sparkle. I’ve had neighbors commenting on how much they like them during the day.

  2. These are absolutely lovely! Looks like a lot of work but easy on the budget maybe? How much do the lights run? I think these would be great here in Florida and a great craft for my special needs teens to help with!!!

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