Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Sharing the "LOVE"...with globes

Here's another simple little idea for Valentines...
I mentioned in my last post that we had a bit of a "Love" theme in our Trunk Show booth...more photos HERE.
But did I mention the globes??  More of a "Love makes the world go 'round" theme I guess :)
Which is why I made these little shredded atlas filled glass "globes". 
For some reason I didn't get any pictures of the other sayings like...
"I Wouldn't Trade YOU for the WORLD"
"Love makes the WORLD go 'round"
"What the WORLD Needs Now..."
"Love, Sweet, Love"
Just another little last minute "Valentine" idea...
I think they'd make a nice little gift for a friend or your "sweetie".  They look great in a bowl for a centerpiece :)
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Chat soon,


  1. I love this sooooooooo much !!! YOU truly have a creative gift.. What a blessing. I just love everything you do.. I am your blog FAN sister !!!

  2. Are those blue things painted spatulas? They look cool!

    1. Thanks!! They are actually flowers made out of wooden shoe stretchers. Here's a link to the post if you are interested...

  3. Are those blue things painted spatulas? They look cool!

  4. Laurel, I have been a fan for only a short time but I love the way you can take the "old" and make it into something amazing and new. Did you sell the little children's mission bank (globe)? I have been looking for one for so long and would love it but I live in Ohio and it is ever so far from Minnesota.

  5. Ooooh so cute... you are so creative! I would LOVE one of the lock boxes under the children's bank globe???
    Your neighbor in Richfield,

  6. I have been introducing white into my house more this year.

    After seeing your globe, I wanted a little one (my sister has a huge (100+) collection, but I had none. Yesterday I found the cutest globe at TJMaxx.

  7. Oh my gosh! I love the ornaments with the shredded maps in them! The Bible verses... Genius! Now I've got to go out and buy a globe. ;)


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