• Megan Mathieson

    These enchanting "waterless" mason jar snow globes are a wonderful DIY project that the whole family can enjoy and are a delightful addition to any Christmas decor! Supplies: Mason jars Faux snow Silver glitter Miniature trees Hot glue gun Instructions: 1. Glue the tree (or figurine of your choice) to the lid of the mason jar. 2. Put faux snow in the mason jar and then add a dusting of glitter. 3. Place the lid on the mason jar and give it a shake!! Photo Source: whipperberry.com

  • Cinq Fourchettes

    Sur ma to do list de Noël prochain! DIY christmas, christmas craft ideas, holiday crafts, DIY snow globes, snowman wreath, felt christmas trees, cookies in a jar, DIY advent calendar, cute and company

  • madison poole

    Super cute DIY Christmas craft idea: put mini Christmas trees in mason jars. milan

  • Kristy Lewiski

    Don’t have room for a Christmas tree? You can still have one (or more!) with this holiday DIY snowglobe idea from @nickivitalic.

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