DIY Snowglobe Fun! Warning, these are ADDICTIVE to Make!

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Ok so have about a dozen mason jars leftover from another project I was working on and wanted to do the fun snow globe mason jar’s I’ve seen around online. They are as easy as they look and so much fun! I made 6 with the kiddo’s and I think I’m more addicted to them then anyone else πŸ˜‰

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Here’s what you need:

  • Mason Jars
  • E6000 glue
  • Ornaments or plastic/ceramic figurines (that fit through the lid of your mason jar)
  • Glycerine
  • Water
  • Glitter
  • OPTIONAL: Paint if you want to paint your lid

Tutorials that I used to make mine, thought I’d list a couple so you can choose the one you like best, but all of them use the same essential supplies above.

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11 thoughts on “DIY Snowglobe Fun! Warning, these are ADDICTIVE to Make!

    1. Hi Kaymie, the glycerine helps the glitter not stick to the sides or top and makes the glitter a bit “slippery” I find that I used about 1 tablespoon, if I use more than it gets to lumpy πŸ˜‰

  1. These are adorable… I’ve done them with my 4-H’ers using baby food jars, but the blue Mason jars and zinc lids bring these from the realm of kids’ crafts to something anyone would love to display!

    1. Thanks Mary Jo! yeah the blue mason jars look so great as snowglobes, I didn’t even paint the lids like in some tutorials as I liked them just as is πŸ˜‰

    1. absolutely! the only iI found that didn’t work is if you put something with metal. When I took out the snow globes I made last year (for decorating this year) I had one that had some metal on it and the water was all rusty looking.

Questions? Comments? I'd love to hear!