DIY Decorative Globes - Using Pull Tabs?! Yes!

I was hording pull tabs for the kids school charity event. After the event, we were still in the habit of saving pull tabs, so I had built up a large stash. I decided to get creative and see what I could come up with using the pull tabs.
Handful from my stash of pull tabs . .
I made patterns with the pull tabs in Styrofoam balls.
On some of the globes, I used Smooth Finish. This product is made to smooth out styrofoam. I purchased the Smooth Finish at Walmart for about $5.00. I applied the smooth finish using my fingertip to the pull tab decorated globes.
I let the Smooth Finish dry overnight. The next day, I spray painted the globes with metallic silver, metallic gold and white spray paint.
For more information and different design options on making your own Pull Tab Decorative Globes, please visit my blog. Thank you and I hope to see you there!

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  • Dee
    on Jul 30, 2019

    I'm totally inspired! tfs

  • Jo
    on Aug 15, 2020

    beautiful, this is on my "to do list" for winter projects.

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