Rose Quartz Pendant Necklace | Make ScoutSince posting about the Longitude/Latitude necklace, I’ve been looking for other projects that include metal stamping. I love how this necklace includes the stamped piece, it adds something special to an already beautiful piece. This would be a great gift - choose your giftee’s birth stone and stamp their name or their birthdate on the gold piece. Or just make it for yourself!
Teal Blue Vintage Globe Light DIY it: 12 in diameter cardboard globe and pendant light cord kit; with utility knife carefully make 3.5inch diameter opening at bottom of globe using latitude lines as guide. Trace light cord's socket at top with pencil & cut out result in circle. Using drill with 1/8 inch bit, pierce small holes around outline of each continent, leaving 1/4 inch b/w holes. Insert socket at top, following kit's instructions; insert 15-watt bulb and hang
Robert Abbey Latitude 13 1/4" Wide Aged Brass Pendant Light
We're positively glowing over this new use for an old globe, devised by contributing editor Andrea Greco. To create your own pendant, you'll need a 12-inch-diameter cardboard globe (as little as $15 on Etsy or eBay), plus a pendant light cord kit ($15; pbteen.com). First, remove your globe from its base, if necessary. With a utility knife, carefully make a 3½-inch-diameter opening at the bottom of your globe, using its latitude lines as a guide (convenient, right?). Then, holding the light…