It is easy to believe in the magic of the Christmas season when you gaze into a snow globe. The quick shake and the gentle fall of snow over an intimate holiday scene delights both young and old.
Creating your own snow globe can be a fun family craft. We provide the instructions, as well as the inspiration.
How to Make a snow globe
For your holiday snow globe craft you will need:
Next up: Seven home made snow globe to inspire you.
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These cute winter scenes have an old fashioned country Christmas feel, thanks to the fun figurines and the plaid bows.
All that Glitters is Gold
These gorgeous gold-themed snow globes prove that personalizing your craft to match your holiday home decor can make a beautiful statement. For the right-side up snow globe, attach the objects with thin wire or allow them to float in the jar.
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Light Up the Night
This unique snow globe features a streetlight lamp, all lit for a dark winter's night. To achieve this look, use a battery or corded light up decoration, but skip the water and glyclerine. This is a snowglobe for display, but no shaking, please.
Instead, lightly use spray glitter on the inside of the jar to create a speckled snow effect.
Glue fake snow to the top inside of the jar.
Secure the lamp to the lid with glue dots.
Screw the lid on, but skip the glue.
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This happy snowman is a festive addtion to the holiday home. Choose a snowman that is large enough to take up most of the jar, for impact. Painting the lid of the mason jar black finishes this classic DIY snow globe.
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A Trio of Trees
Create a trip of snowglobes, simple in design and easy to craft. Placing objects in threes, always works well for home decor.
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Up on a Pedestal
The addition of a festive pedestal turns the ordinary snow globe into a decoration that could be used as a table centerpiece, as well as a lovely display on a mantelpiece.
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Sticker Snow Globe
The youngest of crafters can make their own snowglobes using stickers and a little help from an adult. Skip the glue and have the kids stick their favorite seals onto the jars for a quick project.
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