Recycled Waterless Snowglobes


Recycled Waterless Snowglobes

Recycled Waterless Snowglobes
Recycled Waterless Snowglobes

The Recycled Waterless Snowglobes are the perfect touch of vintage charm when it comes to your homemade Christmas decorations. Made from old jars and a couple of mid-century figurines, the results are positively charming. Warning: this is such an easy project you may become addicted and start making an exceptionally large number of Christmas snowglobes. The good news is you will be able to cross a lot of people off your list in terms of presents. You can add some fake snow and whatever cute decoration you desire. Personalize this free Christmas craft to reflect your individual tastes.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialGlass


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Who knew you could make a snow globe without water? I always thought they had to have water to make them sparkle, but your idea is so festive and fun. I think I will have to make several of these cuties to show off on my holiday dinner table and surprise my guests.

We love making snow globes! You can be so creative and we can use some miniature things we have around the house to populate our recycled jars. No hard on my budget and my kids love these types of projects. We will certainly try this one soon.


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