Explore Homemade Snow Globes, Ants, and more!

Explore related topics

WaterlessSnowGlobesTheDIYDreamer.jpg 680×1,308 pixels

Waterless Snow Globes!!! - The D.I.Y. Dreamer

Homemade Snow globes- What You'll Need Mason jar Distilled water Liquid glycerin Glitter Craft trees (or other figurines) Epoxy How To Make It 1. Attach your trees to the lid of the jar using the epoxy and let them dry overnight. 2. The following day, fill the mason jar with distilled water. 3. Add a few drops of the liquid glycerin and then drop in the glitter. 4. Screw the cap on and shake it up to give your homemade snow globe a test drive!

How cool of an idea is this for a gift? It’s awesome and fun to make your own snowglobe for yourself or as a gift. A great DIY project idea!

Palm Trees instead of pine but I like the idea for favors

Holiday Guide Has Great Ideas for Gift Givers Who Love Eco-Friendly and Handmade

Today's edition of Budget Anthropologie is brought to you by water-less Mason Jar Snowglobes ! Anthropologie's Snow Globes These litt.

7 Ideas for using all those empty baby food jars.

8 Baby Food Jar Crafts - My Little Me

Snow Globe Just use: a Baby food jar or any other type of jar with a lid Florist clay (can be found at any craft supply store) Small figurine White and/or silver glitter or fake snow Hot glue gun Ribbon or felt Garland plastic greenery (for decoration)

Globo de neve com pote de vidro

Globo de neve feito com pote de vidro e água

add a few drops of glycerine to the water.  The glitter will fall better.  Also, seal the jar with epoxy to avoid leaks

DIY Glitter Jam Jar Wedding Snow Globes Tutorial

Glitter Globe by Whimsical Wonderland Weddings. What would you put in your globe? Maybe a tooth fairy gift?

After watching, and re-watching the ridiculously addictive Crafternoon videos, I admit that I was jealous that Julia, our LUSH Times Editor was having all of the fun. So I decided to do something about it!...

After watching, and re-watching the ridiculously addictive Crafternoon videos, I admit that I was jealous that Julia, our LUSH Times Editor was having all of the fun. So I decided to do something about it!

Pinterest
Search