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Twinkly Waterless Snow Globe

By: Cheryl from tidymom.net
Updated February 21, 2019
Twinkly Waterless Snow Globe
Twinkly Waterless Snow Globe
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For a craft that's guaranteed to last a long time, make this Twinkly Waterless Snow Globe. When water sits in a jar for too long, it can get dirty, but this brilliant project shows you how to make a snow globe with smart alternatives. Once you try this homemade Christmas decoration, you'll never want to go back to the old way of making snow globes!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Beginner

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Love this waterless snow globe project. I used mini flocked Christmas trees and tiny red trucks and miniature forest creatures to make mine. I did not spray paint the lids as the instructions indicated and the finished project looked charming. This project is doable by anyone handy with a glue gun.

Does the glitter blast make these snow globes sparkle like it is snowing like the ones with water do? I love how pretty your craft is because it has all the fun elements of the snow globes without the worry of a mess if one of them gets broken. I know that this would be a great idea for my daughter's dorm room.

These are so perfectly cute! I have quite a few old mason jars kicking around my basement and I think that they would work perfectly for this project. I saw similar little trees and decorations at my local dollar store, so I bet I could make them for relatively cheap. I wonder if you could put a set of tiny battery operated twinkle lights inside for some sparkle?

This looks difficult but it's actually easy. Very practical! You can give as a gift or use to decorate your house. This is really amazing!

A wonderful children's project indeed - and something that can be used year after year along with the new one added

something that is so simple great for a kids project!

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