20 Crafty Days of Christmas starts today! For 20 days I’ll be blogging (along with some of my crafty blogger friends) about DIY Christmas projects. To kick off this party, I’d like to invite Christine of The DIY Dreamer to my blog. Ohmygosh how cute are those snow globes?!
We ended up making four waterless forest-style snow globes together:
We had so much fun creating our waterless snow globes. It’s such a quick and inexpensive project. We bought everything we needed at the dollar store.
Decorations (things to put inside the snow globes)
Hot glue gun
Step 1: Take off the lids from your containers and hot glue your decorations onto the lid. Make sure you do not place your decorations too close to the sides otherwise you won’t be able to twist the lid back onto the container (it happened to Emanuelle’s snow globe and we had to pull off the moose.. which caused us to break its legs in the process.. thank goodness for superglue hehe). Step 2: Pour some shredded snow inside the containers, as much or as little as you want. Step 3: Twist the lid back onto the container. Now you can flip it over and enjoy your waterless snow globe!!
Easy enough right? My girls LOVE them, they have been having fun moving them around as they please. We are probably going to make some more too! They are just so fun to make!
Hi! I’m Christine, a full-time Mom to two gorgeous little ladies, Wife to my bestfriend, Crafter, Blogger and The DIY Dreamer. TheDIYDreamer.com is where you’ll find lots of crafts, do it yourself projects and FUN! Come on over, I promised that you’ll have a blast! Here are some of my favorite holiday projects: Felt Christmas Ornaments and No Sew Ribbon Christmas Tree Skirt.Thanks so much!! Christine TheDIYDreamer.com
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