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  • Stacie Johnston

    Waterless snow globes. Christmas idea maybe?

  • Lisa Epperson

    Waterless snow globes for Christmas decorating

  • Danielle GH

    Simple snow globes in a jar.

  • Marie W

    Love these magical winter worlds via Sweet Something Designs: Waterless Snow Globes. Could DIY this with large pickle jars, lids painted white.

  • Katie Purcell

    Waterless snow globes. Love. MADE THESE THE RIGHT WAY UP INSTEAD OF UPSIDE-DOWN FOR GREATER SURFACE AREA TO CREATE THE SCENE. ALSO: USED MASON JARS AND OUTLINED THE LID ON CUTE XMAS CARDSTOCK, THEN CUT OUT AND PUT ONTO THE LID TO ADD MORE XMAS FLARE. MADE 3 OF THEM AND SET UP IN A PYRAMID...TIED A CUTE BOW AROUND THE ONE ON TOP AND VOILA :)

  • Penny Powers

    Waterless snow globes...... upcycle large pickle jars, use family heirloom Christmas trees, and snow

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Make your own festive snow globe, really cute. Attach trees with glue to the can's lid's underside. In the Jar add finely shredded fake snow which you can buy at any craft store and a touch of glitter to give it that snow glistening appearence. Lastly flip the Can Lid with the trees upside down and screw on, when securely attached flip upside down and there you have it.

^Waterless Snow Globes-Prime and spray paint the lids of each jar and let them dry (overnight is best). Next glitter the trees with white gold glitter, this is just a little added detail....this step is completely optional, it just added a little shine. Hot glue the trees into the lid: Pour snowflakes into jar, screw on lid.

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I love this idea -- snowglobes made out of mason or ball jars!

waterless snow globes DIY not even kidding these are replicas of the ones my husband and I made this year.

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