DIY Crystal Scoppio Spheres | Luxe Decor For Less | Z Gallerie Inspired – Home Decor Ideas

DIY Crystal Scoppio Spheres | Luxe Decor For Less | Z Gallerie Inspired – Home Decor Ideas


(upbeat music) – [Woman] Hey guys, welcome
back to the channel. It’s Tresha and I wanted to
share this Scoppio Sphere that I saw on Z Gallerie’s
website is going for between $40 and $50 if it’s on a stand depending on the height. Also there’s one that is off a stand and for this particular project, I’m going to show you one that’s on a stand and I actually blinged mine out. So if you’re interested in adding a piece to your home decor or gifting it for the holiday season,
this is a easy project that you can try. I’m going to share the steps that I took so let’s just dive right in. First, I’m going to create the base. If you would like to make
this without the stand, you can skip this part. I took the top of an empty box that I had, marked the center of
the top, then took one of the dowels that I got
from the Dollar Tree, and traced around it with my pencil. And used my X-Acto knife to make the hole. Next I placed the dowel in the hole and then glued the dowel to the top. Now onto the sphere. You’ll need one styrofoam
ball and several small sticks. And I purchased this pack from Hobby Lobby for about $2.50 after
I used my 40% coupon. Before I start adding the sticks, I placed the ball on top of
the dowel to create a hole. This will be where I place
the ball on top of the stand. I’m gonna place my thumb over the hole that was just created
so that I will remember not to put a stick there. Now let’s start adding sticks. I wanted the sticks to
be evenly distributed across the ball so I
started off by placing them going south, east, west,
north, and then in front. Next I added more sticks
in between the other ones until I filled it up to my liking. Now that I know where
all my sticks will go, I’m going to use my hot glue gun and glue each one down. Off camera, I spray painted
the sphere and stand with a metallic spray
paint that is foam safe. Please be careful which
spray paint you use. Some will actually melt the styrofoam. After my paint dried, I glued the sphere to the stand using hot glue. And finally I added acrylic
jewels to the end of the sticks. (upbeat music) As well as on the foam. And that’s it guys, you
have a gorgeous sphere of your very own. I will say it takes a little time to do, but I think it is well worth it. I wanna give a big shout-out
to Brenda doublelicious01 for being the first
commenter on my last video. Girl, I really appreciate you. So if you guys see her
in the comments section, make sure you say hi and
check out her channel. Thanks guys for watching. If you like this video and
would like to see more, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe. It’s free. Also, let’s connect on
Instagram at designsbytresha. I would love to share your work so tag me. And I’m on Facebook now at imtreshaja where I give commentary on my videos and share other ideas with you.

100 thoughts on “DIY Crystal Scoppio Spheres | Luxe Decor For Less | Z Gallerie Inspired – Home Decor Ideas

  1. πŸ‘πŸ‘Treshaja you always go above and beyond the item that you show, recreating something much more beautiful! πŸ‘πŸ‘

  2. I love that you show were you get your inspiration from and show the price. Your brave πŸ™‚ And I love this project. If we make it or any of the ones I've seen & loved, we'll post a picture! Have an awesome day!

  3. Hi treshaja,
    Thought that the concept was lovely and your finished project came out great! However, I
    think I would have painted the dowels. Your comment?

  4. I have got to try these !!! Think I'll make the silver and maybe a couple of other different colors like pink, blue, green. The colors can be endless. Thanks

  5. Oh, wow!! I really like this idea, as well as the way it turned out!! My daughter & I love silver items, etc.
    I think I'll do a couple of these for her to use in her home. Oh, by the way,
    I couldn't help but notice that huge clear container you were holding that had the clear gemstones that you used on the ends of the wooden rods.
    Would you mind sharing with me, as well as others, where you purchased those, and how much they were?? Thank you so much.
    I'm looking forward to creating this DIY.
    All of this will be possible thanks to you sharing this tutorial.
    Have a wonderful week.

  6. Thank You for this DIY. I love your Ideas specially when we save money. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  7. AWESOME β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  8. I love it! I did a wall piece similar to this but it was black and gold. I love this bling stand. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Hey Tresha!! Another gorgeous project. The bling just makes these spheres look out of this world!! Warm blessings, Joan πŸ’•

  10. Another amazingly beautiful DIY Tresha! I love how you created the base, its so creative and i may try it for a future DIY. Thanks for the inspiration. and enjoy your weekend.

  11. I had to learn the hard way, the spray paint I used, melted my foam balls like it was cotton candy. 😬. I'll be remaking mines with the jewels. T f s!

  12. what a spectacular version! I got several tips.. thank you for that!! Blessings to you from the Great Pacific Northwest, Lakewood Washington, stacysartfullheart

  13. Tresha this looks amazing, I did something similar a while back but with tooth picks, yours is sooooo much better. Subbing from Barbados

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