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  • Tasty Goodness

    Geometric diamonds under glass dome centerpiece idea

  • Myrna Spencer

    c#3d char #3d character

  • David Papworth

    Mark from Present has made three beautiful geometrical paper sculptures that are displayed in glass domes.

  • Rachel Przyborski

    3D Paper Sculptures

  • Jay Jens

    PresentCorrect-3-Design-Crush Present & Correct is one of my favorite online shops– based in UK, famous for their limited runs of vintage, graphic stationery, some of which is sourced from all over the world, & some designed in-house. They created these beautiful paper pieces titled Jar No. 1, Jar No. 2, & Jar No. 3, Each beautifully encased in glass bell jars is filled with/ stacked & elevated geometric shapes featuring a variety of shapes, colors gradients. Simple & stunning presentation

  • Stephanie Ellen

    Were big fans of the little design touches that really make the space look absolutely beautiful. Style yourself with a glass dome and display plants, rarities, or art.

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