DIY Christmas Snowglobes Using Mason Jars





I just love snowglobes – there is something magical about them that has stayed with me since I was a child. And what is more magical than making your own like Lauren has? A Mason jar makes it easy, just glue in your reindeer and tree, add glitter and water!

Why not make a Christmas snowglobe this year? Just take a mason jar, add a tree, a reindeer, glitter and some water!

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Here is another great idea – you may have a little Christmas scene, a snowman or a reindeer that you can put in a jar, add glitter and tie a ribbon around the lid.

Cute Mason Jar Snowglobes to make for Christmas. One with a reindeer and one with a snowman - all tied up with a gingham ribbon!

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Do you have a favorite photograph that you can feature in a snow globe? Print it onto a transparency – or you could laminate it – add some water and sequins or glitter. Adding a few drops of glycerine to your water thickens it and makes the glitter fall more slowly. Complete instructions can be found here.

Transform your favorite photo into a Christmas snow globe! Print it onto a transparency and just add glitter and water!

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These snow globes look really chic, grouping them in threes and having them on pedestals lifts them to a whole new level. Lifts… get it?

Lift your DIY Christmas Snowglobe to a decorative statement! These chic globes are displayed on top of spools or candle holders for a totally different look.

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There are also snowglobe kits available – including one for the kids! Or if you aren’t feeling the creative vibe – just buy a ready made one!
Last updated on July 26, 2017 11:10 am GMT







Originally posted 2016-10-10 23:58:00.