How to make a water less snow globe


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Okay friends… It’s time to get serious! There are officially only 2 more sleeps until Christmas! {yay!}

Today I’m going to be sharing the last Christmas craft  how to make a snow globe… a water less one!


Here’s how to make a snow globe:

These little *waterless* snow globes were so easy and fun to make! The first thing I did was gather up some glass jars I had from around the house. Then I spray painted the lids with metallic spray paint. Once the lids were dry I glued these cute little trees I found from Sears inside the lid. Then I filled the jar with a little snow (do this part outside-it’s messy). The last thing you do is put the tree in your jar (glued on to the lid) and screw it tight!

Now enjoy your little snow globes! Aren’t they cute?! These would make great little gifts.

Here’s some other fun finds I found at Sears. I love this little nut cracker!

Then I found these big bells to hang from my door.

I also bought a few rolls of this gorgeous ribbon. I LOVE it!

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Jamielyn Nye

Creative director and founder of I Heart Naptime. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her three little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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5 comments on “How to make a water less snow globe”

  1. That turned out very cute! I was always a big fan of snow globes. May you have a wonderful Christmas and I hope someone gives you a Ritter Sport Dark Chocolate with Hazelnut bar. MY FAVORITE!!! :-)

  2. Where did you find the “snow”? Very Cute!

  3. Love this! Such an easy, cute idea. Must remember to do these next year!

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