Asked on Oct 15, 2017

What would you do with metal spheres

Joyce ScottSandyCastrang17
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  • Peg
    on Oct 15, 2017

    post a picture please.
  • Castrang17
    on Oct 15, 2017

    Wow...metal spheres! How big? How many? Put lights or candles in them, glue to a large rock (boulder) for atmosphere inside or out. Use string lights and decorate a tree or patio. Glue to wood bases, add faux or live greenery inside with cramming vases and florist clay. Hang wherever! Let your imagine run wild!
  • Sandy
    on Oct 16, 2017

    They are metal globes 7/10/12 and 15 inches?
  • Joyce Scott
    on Oct 17, 2017

    Wow, the possibilities are endless. Are they solid? What are they formed from? Pictures would be nice for suggestions.
    • Sandy
      on Oct 17, 2017

      Sorry not into the 21st century yet on the phone situation so no pictures.
      They are metal round globes /spheres for the garden but I don't want to put them in the garden , 7/10/12/15 inches..They are suppose to be put on some sort of stand to put into the garden. Silver metal, cut but still don't know.
  • Joyce Scott
    on Oct 18, 2017

    Do you have a fireplace? Consider finishing them however they would be complimentary in the room with the fireplace. Perhaps the silver might be attractive as is. One sphere could be placed on a large candle holder (E6000, gorilla glue, etc.) to attach 12" sphere to candle holder for stability. Candle holder can be from a thrift shop OR something you create (think concrete, mold inside a scalloped waste basket, there are many great ideas here and in Pinterest. Place on one side of hearth then group the other three on the other side. Do you mean that there are designs cut into the spheres? Small strings of lights are used everywhere right now and might be very effective worked inside your spheres. As someone above said, just let your imagination run wild. Don't make it difficult; have fun playing around. If you don't care for the first attempt, all you have to do is try again.  Let me know how they turn out!
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