Gus and Juliet with Carl Boro's C12 LED sparkleball on Thanksgiving
These are Mumto5's first sparkleballs, and her husband is so pleased
with the effect in their display, he's ordered more. [rollover
Mumto5's sparkleball is made with 120 7oz cups. Rows are 19 -
16 - 12 - with 13 to fill in the top. (The cups available in Australia
are a different shape than our 9 oz, hence the larger number of cups
and larger sparkleball.)
makes a sparkleball in just
one minute! Mermaid Sue Splash
Sparkleball workshop with creations by Philip.
Katrina built this mini-sparkleball with 2.5 oz cups and then slipped
blue flowers over the lights, which fit snugly in cup bottoms.
For Halloween, a couple of sparkleball spooks from ever-creative Carl
Coast, Queensland AUSTRALIA
From Mollie down under, using 50 9 oz multi-color cups for the larger
and jello shot glasses for the mini.
Happy Red, White and Blue for the Fourth. Thanks, Carl!
sparkleball has 330 cups and 400 purple lights and is made with the giant
Valentine's Day sparkleballs from Carl Boro!
Cristobal, Tachira VENEZUELA
First sparkleball from South America. Thank you, Natty Mom!
Pacific sunset and Katie's assortment of clear-light sparkleballs. Photo
by son Kevin.
Window dressing from Nick H. See below for a closer look.
The cups appear to be rimmed in black. Wish we could see the lights
within. A hipster holiday mystery.
Here's what 500 sparkleballs looks like. Thank you Tambra and Bruce
for chronicling the wonder of North Yale Avenue and the vintage VW bus.
Thirty sparkleballs play a part in Jim Gerrasch's Light Extravaganza
which was featured in three local newspapers.
15 - 14
13 12 - 11
- 10 - 9
- 8 -
7 - 6 - 5
- 4 -
3 - 2 - 1