9. DIY Waterless Snow Globes
Welcome to Winter Wonderland! Let’s prepare these waterless snow globe and you will surely make a great impression among your friends and family members. If you feel much more creative, don’t hesitate to decorate this craft with more expensive materials & extravagant styles. Click here for more information!
10. Stemware Winter Wonderland
Believe it or not, you can create awesome snow globes from ordinary wine glasses.Use your imagination and create some amazing decorations. You won’t need many ingredients again. Project details can be found here.
11. Happy Moments In A Jar
I have already mentioned that using your imagination is really important if you would like to create unique crafts. So be creative, collect little figurines at home, what’s more, you can add berries and artificial garlands as well. Do you have a photo which recalls nice memories? Great! Let’s add it to your homemade snow globe, too! This detailed tutorial will help you a lot!
12. Let It Snow
It’s time to have a look at this advanced idea. At first sight, you might think that it requires more time to create, but actually, it is ready within 15 minutes! Adding white lights to it is simply a genius idea! It will make your home super cozy. Good news, that you don’t need to check out a detailed tutorial, just follow the pictures below and start the project!
13. Car in Mason Jar Snow Globe
Are you looking for the perfect handmade gift for your husband/boyfriend/brother? Well, if your loved one is addicted to cars, you shouldn’t miss this craft idea! Don’t worry, you can order little cars on the Internet (you can find the link below). Click here for more information! Don’t forget, personal gifts are the best!
14. DIY Mini Ornaments
As you can see, the list of snow globe ideas is almost endless. This lovely Christmas tree ornament is also easy to make. First of all, trace the opening of a clear plastic shot glass on card stock. After that use pinking shears to cut a circle slightly larger than the traced line, then use a glue dot to adhere a small plastic figure to the center. Your next step is to add 1 tablespoon Epsom salts to the plastic cup, then line the rim of the cup with tacky glue and adhere the card stock base. It is important that when the seam is dry, íou should glue a piece of metallic pipe cleaner around the bottom of the globe. Finally, thread string through a button for a hanger, then glue the button in place. Voila, you are ready!
15. DIY Waterless Snow Globes
If you don’t have time to buy glycerin or distilled water in the pharmacy or anywhere, this project is absolutely for you! You will need clean jars, pine cones, animal figurines, mini Christmas trees and whatever you have at home, hot glue gun, cork tiles, glitter, white craft glue and jute twine. Check out the steps as well!