Knock-off West Elm Spheres

Hello everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend!

 I’m so excited to share a super easy and quick project with you today! I’ve been noticing spheres everywhere lately…. home décor, stores, while “touring” homes online, etc. And I love them! Although I don’t like their price tag very much… heehee! Right away, I noticed the style I liked the best, seemed to be one I could try and recreate! So happy with the end result an I’d love to share the tutorial with you!

IMG_0798 The ones I really liked can be found online at West Elm . Here is what you’ll need to create my version:

* 2 sets of 7inch wooden embroidery hoops (bought with 40% off coupon at Michaels for $1.49 each set

* paint or stain of your choice; you’ll need very little (already had on hand)

* tacks (already had on hand)

First, I unscrewed the little screw that holds the hoop in place.


Our daughter had fun helping me paint them!


I gave them two coats of paint. I then played around with them until I had the style I liked.  I would’ve liked to unscrew the little clasp thingys (not sure what they are called), but that’s what holds the loop together and I didn’t want to start gluing them so I just left them and I actually like the look of them! I did use thumb tacks to hold the ends in place.


These are so super easy to make! The big one at West Elm costs$29 and mine came to a total of $3!!! I love a knock-off deal like that!


Hope you have a great week and thank you so much for stopping by,




Linking to: Get Your DIY On,  Hit Me With Your Best Shot,  Motivational Monday, Work It Wednesday, Inspire Me Please, Show + Tell, Grace At Home, Frugal Crafty Home Party,


    • Kendra says:

      Thank you Krista! So glad you like them and thanks for the pin, too! I’m not stopping at one either…haha! Have a great day and thanks for coming by!

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