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  1. I’ve seen where people have taken globes and cut them in half and made hanging lamps out of them.

  2. I don’t suppose you remember what font you used?

  3. This could be done with vinyl which could easily be removed, if necessary, to preserve the globe .

    1. That’s a great idea! It definitely could.

  4. I love your choice of quotes, and will definitely have to grab a globe somewhere. I hit the link to your cute growth chart as well, and I need to make one of those, too. But what really amazed me is that my son’s name is Corey and my grandson’s name is Jackson! What are the chances?

    1. How funny!! What a coincidence!

  5. The easiest decor project in the world haha.
    Actually, I am a mother of a cute boy and a lovely girl, i am still lazy. So i really like simple decor like you did lol.

  6. I have already made my own snow globe some snowy sparkle to my children rooms. If you want, I would love to share the guide to make these sweet little snowy scenes.
    Thanks for the tutorials, Amanda !!!

    1. Sounds like a fun idea!

  7. Cute transformation. I usually buy things that I like without caring about what will I do with them. Maybe I should do something in order not to let them live lonely in my house lol. Thanks for inspiring me, Amanda.

    1. Thanks, Ana! It can be so easy to just ignore these things forever!

  8. Such a simple and Cute project. Thank you for sharing with us at #HomeMattersParty. See you again next week.

  9. Thank you for sharing this! I have a globe in the closet that needs some love. πŸ˜‰

    Happy Thoughts of Home! Pinning and sharing.

    1. Aren’t globe makeovers so much fun!?

    1. Yes! Those are so cute.

  10. Alan C. Brown says:

    That’s truly the easiest decor project in the world but so cool. It makes me want to decorate my old globe for kids, love them so much! thanks for inspiration!

  11. I like your bookshelf. It is simple but beautiful and convenient. Thank you for sharing wonderful pictures.

  12. I have to say that I’ve stopped by many posts about DIY but this looks amazing and unique. It seems to fit my son’s room perfectly. Thanks a lot for sharing.

    1. Thanks, Kevin! πŸ™‚

  13. I think it’s beautiful and sweet! I have an old globe here which I was thinking of giving away, I try to renew right now. Thanks for sharing useful information, and I’m looking forward to readin new posts.

  14. I think it’s beautiful and so sweet. I have an old globe which I was thinking of giving away, but now I’m definitely doing this. thanks for share

  15. I think it’s beautiful and so sweet! That’s funny that he didn’t like it until it went in his room.

    1. Thanks, Rachel! Toddlers are strange creatures sometimes, haha

  16. Oh I LOVE globe art! This is just perfect and fits perfectly in the space!!

  17. It looks great! I have an old and boring globe here which I was thinking of giving away, but now I’m definitely doing this. Thanks for the post!

    1. It’s so quick and easy – can’t recommend it enough! πŸ™‚

  18. April R - Uncookie Cutter says:

    You have inspired me Amanda, I love these little globes :).

  19. I’ve been wanting to do something like this for ages! Glad you finally did it πŸ™‚

    1. It was so easy – can’t believe I waited so long! πŸ™‚

  20. I loooooove this! And I am totally with you on the slacker project train. I have so many things laying around that I’ve been intending to work on for days/months/years. I have a problem!

  21. adawnpaxton says:

    I am in love with this!! I always love a good Dr. Seuss quote and I couldn’t think of a cuter place than to put it on a globe!!!

  22. I love this! I see globes all the time in thrift stores and this is a great use of them. So creative! Also, that book and quote are perfect for little ones.

    1. Thanks, Emily! Globes are so much fun to decorate with!