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Cute idea but I would decorate the bottom/lid more with ribbons, silk holly, material, etc. Create a winter wonderland in a jar with this fun Christmas craft for kids.
HANDMADE SNOW GLOBES: 1 Have your child help you rinse out the baby food jar and lid really well. 2 Remove the label from the jar. Scrubbing it off with hot water may do the trick. If not, blow-dry the label with your hair dryer to melt the adhesive, and then pull the label off. 3 Have your child select a trinket to be featured in the snow globe. 4 Then, while your kid watches, hot-glue the trinket to the inside of the jar lid. 5 Help your child fill the jar with vegetable oil. If your preschooler insists on doing the pouring herself, grab the paper towels and enlist the aid of a funnel. (Don't attempt this while wearing silk!) 6 Have your child pour enough glitter into the jar to make the scene really sparkle, but not so much that it doesn't flow nicely. 7 Screw the top on the jar, flip it over and you've got a Winter Wonderland, Gerber-style! 8 If you can pry it out of her hands, have your child wrap the snow globe and she's got herself a lovely handmade holiday gift for someone special.
Create a Winter Wonderland in a Jar. DIY snow glob !!
Martha Stewart: 32 Easy Christmas Crafts - GREAT ideas to make with the Kids! ~ Idea 20 of 32 "Snow Globes!"
Mason Jar snow globes - fun to make with the kids!