Have you ever wondered what to do with those leftover craft supplies? Those little bits and pieces that look too good to throw away but seem too small to do anything with?
A few weeks back I shared this Dark Romance Furniture Makeover with you. It was restyled with a ReDesign With Prima Rub-On-Transfer [GIVEAWAY ALERT…so be sure to read to the bottom of this post!] and there were a few tail-end extras. My sister came up with this brilliant idea of a DIY Painted Globe using Furniture Transfers!
I love this idea because we’re always checking out the pretty globes at HomeSense, Etsy, and Anthropologie… so making a DIY replica with leftover supplies was exciting.
Luckily, we already had a few of these old-school globes on hand. I’ve noticed that thrift store globes are getting up there in price. You used to be able to pick them up for a couple of dollars. Now I see them selling for between $30-$40 at Goodwill… whaaaat?! I guess with the popularity of globe art (and there are some stunning examples – just check out this Etsy artist here), prices are bound to rise.
Here’s what we started with – well sort of. I forgot to take a picture of the globe before I painted it black so this is the exact same globe with a different base.
Here’s the painted and floral furniture transfer after! My sister is celebrating her birthday so this is going to be one of her Made-With-Love-Gifts…the best kind, I think. 🙂
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- World Globe – SALVAGED
- Black Spray Paint
- Rose Gold Spray Paint (similar)
- ReDesign With Prima Foral Transfer
DIY PAINTED GLOBES WITH FURNITURE TRANSFERS::
Step #1:: Clean and Mask
This globe had been collecting dust in a basement corner for years. I gave it a good cleaning and then spray painted the globe flat black with this spray paint.
Once dry, I masked off the globe with masking tape and a plastic bag, and spray painted the base and axle an antique rose gold.
Step #2:: Cutting Out Florals
After the world globe was sprayed black and the stand rose gold, I cut out all the florals from the leftover transfer ends. Once they were cut out, I played around with a pleasing arrangement on the globe before I actually adhered them permanently.
Step #3:: Rub-On
These transfers are really easy to use. Remove the paper backing, lay down the transfer, and rub on with the tool provided. You can see the full Rub-On-Tutorial Method here.
It’s a fun and fast project and I really like the end result. My sister hasn’t seen it yet so I really hope she likes it too. What do you think?
NOW IT’S TIME FOR A FUN GIVEAWAY!
Re-Design with Prima and Salvaged Inspirations (me!) are all about INSPIRING YOU to give DIY a try. We’re giving you a chance to win these rub-on transfers so you can create something beautiful for your home! These Rub-On-Transfers are perfect for furniture or smaller DIY projects!
Included in this Giveaway is 1 ReDesign with Prima Dark Romance Transfer Kit, 1 Cottage Transfer Kit, and 2 IOD Prima Marketing Decor Transfers – French Pots and 12″ Clock.
It’s EASY to enter. Just click on the ENTRY WIDGET below and then come back daily to complete more chances to win.
Fine Printy Stuff: ReDesign With Prima Giveaway is open to residents in the US and Canada. No purchase necessary. Giveaway runs from 12:00 a.m. (EST) Monday, Nov 5, 2018 through 11:59 p.m Sunday, Nov 11th, 2018. The winner will be chosen at random. Winner will be announced on Monday, Nov. 12th/2018 here on Salvaged Inspirations. The winner has 48 hours to contact me to collect the giveaway prize. If your package has not been claimed within 48 hours, a new winner will be drawn. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. By entering, all entrants agree to the Official Rules.
GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY!!!
Happy transferring my friends!