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!
Paper snowflake pattern...I AM POSTING THIS IS HONOR OF MY LITTLE GRAND DAUGHTER WHO IS 20 MOS OLD AND HAS BRITTLE BONE DISEASE. THEY LOVINGLY CALL CHILDREN WITH THIS DISEASE SNOWFLAKES AS THEY ARE ALL DELICATE AND DIFFERENT.
Now that I'm starting my own Christmas tree decorating tradition (think tiny tree in a small apartment), I'm longing for a tree topper comparable to the antique Dutch ornaments my family has passed down for generations. Here are 5 tree toppers, a mix of DIY and easy-to-buy, all with an heirloom feel.