Waterless snow globes

The minute I saw this tutorial via Tidy Mom, I knew I wanted to make my own…

Waterless snow globes!

A few years back, our girl scout troop made snow globes using baby food jars, water, corn syrup and glitter.

They came out super cute, but I found my daughters had a very slow leak, which ended in a very sticky situation!

I have seen them using liquid glycerin as well, but I just couldn’t seem to find liquid glycerin and decided to go the waterless route.

Here is what I used to make my waterless snow globes:

:: Miscellaneous jars I had collected from pickles, marshmallow, baby food, sauce jars, etc.

:: Trees from Joann ~ at the time I got a pack of 20 for 60% off, they also have them at the dollar store.

:: Buffalo snow

:: Glitter

:: Pom poms

:: ribbon or rick rack

:: miniature carolers found at the Dollar Store

:: Tiny gold stars I bought from AC Moore

:: glue gun and glue sticks

You could use just about anything you can fit in your jar, the possibilities are endless!

I didn’t take pictures during, but here is how they came out…

tree with little gold star top

fuzzy, glittery pom poms and glitter

pom pom tree top

little caroler

pom poms, snow and glitter

Instead of spray painting my jar covers, I just hot glued gold glittered rick rack to hide the wording.
These were so much fun to make and I think they came out adorable.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

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