{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.

Supplies:

  • 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.

Comments

  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!

    Lynda

  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!

    • Go stock up on them now at Michaels. I find they are a little more difficult to come by after the holidays!

      • Patti J McCann says:

        You can get them at the dollar tree and if they dont have them you can order a case of them to be delivered to your local dollar tree for no shipping.

  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!

  9. Did you use fine glitter or the more chunkier glitter? I’m having trouble getting my glitter to float back down to the bottom.

  10. I bought a plastic mason jar from the craft store. Do you think that will work?

  11. Any ideas how to fix old snow globes that have lost their water? I have been collecting snow globes for over 35 yrs. A lot of them have lost water over time or became moldy inside. I would love to repair them so I can enjoy having them out each Christmas.

    • Hi Sherry–If they are true snow globes bought from a store I have no idea how to add water. I’m afraid to say it–it might be time to retire them and find new ones. As for the DIY version–you just open the tab on the bottom and add in more water!

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