How to make rose in water globeHow to make rose in water globe

Creating a beautiful rose in a water globe or water-filled glass globe is a lovely craft project that can serve as a decorative centerpiece or a unique gift. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to make a rose in a water globe:

Materials You’ll Need:

  • Artificial silk or foam rose (preferably with a long stem)
  • Glass or plastic water globe with a cork or rubber stopper
  • Clear craft glue or waterproof adhesive
  • Small pebbles or beads (optional)
  • Water
  • Glycerin (optional, for thicker water)
  • Glitter or tiny decorative elements (optional)


  1. Select Your Rose:
    • Choose an artificial silk or foam rose in the color of your preference. Make sure it has a long stem that you can easily trim to fit inside the water globe.
  2. Prepare the Water Globe:
    • Ensure your water globe is clean and dry. If it has a cork or rubber stopper, make sure it fits snugly and won’t leak.
  3. Trim the Rose Stem:
    • Trim the stem of the artificial rose to the desired length so that it will fit comfortably inside the water globe. It should be long enough to reach the bottom of the globe but not so long that it presses against the top.
  4. Secure the Rose:
    • Apply clear craft glue or waterproof adhesive to the bottom of the rose stem.
    • Carefully insert the stem into the water globe, making sure the rose is positioned where you want it. Press the stem gently against the bottom to secure it in place.
    • Allow the adhesive to dry completely, following the manufacturer’s instructions. This may take a few hours to a day.
  5. Add Decorative Elements (Optional):
    • If desired, you can enhance the appearance of your water globe by adding small pebbles, beads, glitter, or other tiny decorative elements to the water. These will float inside the globe and create an enchanting effect. Use a funnel to pour them into the globe before adding water.
  6. Fill the Globe with Water:
    • Fill the water globe with distilled or purified water. Leave some space at the top to avoid overflowing when you insert the rose.
    • If you want the water to be thicker and more viscous, you can add a small amount of glycerin to the water. Glycerin will slow down the movement of the decorative elements inside the globe.
  7. Close the Globe:
    • Carefully place the cork or rubber stopper back into the water globe, ensuring it’s tightly sealed to prevent any leaks.
  8. Test and Display:
    • Give the water globe a gentle shake to see how the rose and any added decorative elements move within the water. If you’re satisfied with the effect, place your rose water globe on a flat surface as a beautiful decoration or gift.

Your homemade rose water globe is now ready to adorn your living space or delight someone special. Enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of the rose as it floats gracefully inside the globe.