Homemade Christmas Tree Snowglobes

Happy Friday, everyone! I’m sure all of you are in much need of a respite from the work week. I, for one, am so excited to be heading north for a long weekend of playing in the snow, decorating Christmas cookies, and celebrating the birth of our Savior with my family and new in-laws. With Christmas falling on a Monday/Tuesday this year, I actually feel like I had time for a bit of holiday crafting. Thus, I created these snow globes to add a bit of whimsical Christmas charm to our apartment. Not only are these snow globes easy to make, but they are truly unique.

IMG_20121221_121837 (2)To make your own Christmas snow globe, you will need:

-One or more (depending on many globes you plan to make) mason jar

-White glitter or faux snow ‘sprinkles;

-A hot glue gun

-Miniature Christmas trees (I used a set I found at JoAnn Fabrics intended for one of those little Christmas villages)

1) Using a hot glue gun, glue the base of the Christmas tree unto the inside cover of the mason jar.

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2) Turn the mason jar upside down and fill with half-inch of glitter or faux snow

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3) Once the Christmas tree has set (I left mine alone for a few hours), screw lid back on the jar with the Christmas tree facing down….and, viola! Your homemade snow globe is finished!

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And now to finish packing and hit the road! Merry Christmas, everyone!




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