D.I.Y Snow Globes

{Snow-globes on display at Anthropology}

I saw these on Pinterest awhile back and loved the "old-timey" feel of these decorations. After eying some very-similar decorations for sale at anthropology I was determined to make them! Not only are they pretty simple to make, but all the supplies can be found at your local craft store.

Once you've gathered all the needed supplies, its time to assemble! Make sure the hot glue gun is plugged in and there is plenty of glue sticks that are handy! If your jar has a seal and a lid start by gluing the two together {be careful though, as the metal can get really HOT!}. If your jar has a one piece lid go ahead and skip this step.

Once the lid has cooled and the glue is dry cut the Styrofoam ball in half and glue to the bottom of the lid. Make sure to leave enough room so that the lid can still close on the jar. I used the rubber seal as my marker.

Next if your trees are attached to plastic bases pull them apart so the wire is visible, this will give the tree an easy insert into the Styrofoam. Once you know where the trees are to go use a dab of hot glue to secure the trees into the foam.

Using you fake snow and glitter pour a {little} bit into the jar, you don't wanna cover all the trees!

The last step is to place the two part together just simply flip the lid onto the jar and tighten!

**Shake and watch the glittery Christmas scene unfold before you :)

Happy Holiday's!


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