{Video} DIY Winter Snow Globe

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Make a Winter Snow Globe in 4 easy steps!

Today, we are sharing one of the two projects we created for the Fabulously Festive Design Contest in partnership with Homes.com and Olioboard. With just a few supplies and in just 4 easy steps you can make your very own DIY snow-globe for the holidays! Watch our video to see just how easy it is to make.


  • E6000 glue
  • Figurine
  • Snow Globe
  • Distilled Water
  • Glicerine
  • Glitter
  • Measuring Spoon

Make a Winter Snow Globe in 4 easy steps!

As you saw in the video and in the pictures, in just 4 easy steps you too can make a Winter Snow Globe in 4 easy steps!

Make a Winter Snow Globe in 4 easy steps!

Now, that I’ve showed you how to make one–do you think you’ll make one too? They make great gifts or just everyday holiday decor.

Make a Winter Snow Globe in 4 easy steps!Dislcaimer: We have a working relationship with Homes.com and thus are paid. As always all opinions are our own.

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  1. You make this look easy! Pinning it for future.

  2. I can see this being a fun yearly activity!

  3. How adorable, would love to do that as a project over winter break! THanks for the inspiration!


  4. I really need to make one of these in a plastic container so my 8-month old can shake it to his heart’s content. Love this tutorial!

  5. Adorable! Pinning!!

  6. What a great idea! Loved the video!

  7. Super cute! I may have to make one of these! Thanks for the inspiration.

  8. I want to start making these for my niece and as gifts for family members but i cannot seem to find the basic snow globes anywhere. any suggestions? i have been practicing making them with stemware but those are mostly the dry ones with soap shavings and glitter.

    • Hi Damien, I have only found them during the holidays at the craft stores. I can’t even find them online. The good thing is that most craft stores will start to put out Christmas displays in July!


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