15 Minute Red Christmas Truck Snowglobe

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15 Minutes

Quick and easy crafts are kind of my thing, so when I can create something in just 15 minutes with help from the kiddos, I am super excited. Today I am sharing a Christmas Truck Snow Globe a 15 Minute DIY. My secret ingredient is from Fairfield World™, one of my favorite craft brands. Keep reading to see how I made a waterless snow globe.

To begin the Easy Christmas Truck Snow Globe, gather all supplies. Basecoat body of wooden truck with Country Red acrylic paint, let dry. Paint truck wheels with Lamp Black acrylic paint, let dry. Basecoat windshield, back window, and hub caps with Slate Grey acrylic paint let dry. Apply second coats of paint, if necessary. I love Americana Acrylics because they provide one-coat coverage on most surfaces, saving you time and money!

Remove the screw tight lid from your bag of Poly-Fil® Poly-Pellets® from Fairfield World™. Pour approximately three inches of Poly-Pellets® into the glass jar using the convenient spout. Poly-Fil® Poly-Pellets® from Fairfield World™ are plastic beads that are normally used to create bean bags, but don’t you LOVE how they look like snow? Gather the rest of the snow globe supplies.

Place the large, medium, and one small sisal bottle brush tree into the Poly-Fil® Poly-Pellets® from Fairfield World™, burying the wooden bases. Remove the wooden base from the second small sisal tree with wire cutters, and then glue into the back of the red wooden truck. Add the red truck with a Christmas tree and the reindeer to the glass jar snow globe.

Screw the lid back onto the one-gallon glass jar and finish with a Christmas bow. Your project is now complete!

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