Miniature Christmas Jar Scene

10 Minutes
Easy

Have a clear jar, glass, candle holder, or shallow tray laying around? Why not use it to create a simple, yet festive holiday mini scene for your home this holiday season? Or, style one to give as a personalized gift.
Glass jars are perfect for making miniature Christmas scenes. Read below to find out how we created this scene in minutes.
What do you need to recreate this scene? Some epsom salt, your favorite Christmas miniatures from miniatures.com, and a glass jar. Epsom salt can be found at most drug or grocery stores.
Start by scooping the epsom salt and pouring it into the jar to your desired level. Be sure to leave enough room in the jar for your miniature items to rest on top of the "snow" and still fully inside the jar.
Next, place your miniatures in the "snow" and start creating your Christmas scene!

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1 question
  • Cec5260145
    on Oct 30, 2016

    Do the miniature items stand up or will they fall over? Loved these!

    • Miniatures.com
      on Oct 30, 2016

      They are standing up in the images but they are not glued or attached so movement will cause them to tip over. Simply reposition them if they fall.

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