Candle Mason Jar Snow Globe

9 Materials
1 Hour

Need a Cute homemade gift? These are perfect holiday gifts for friends and family or anyone on your list. Talk about crazy cute and easy. I love to give homemade gifts!

First gather your materials, you'll be using your candles as the base for the snow globe!

Begin by removing the candle label. Do this by soaking in hot water , don't worry if the sticky part stays on it will just help the fake snow stick haha!

Next I dipped the lid in the fake snow, because the lid was so sticky. Then using my E 6000 I took my miniature figures and glued them to the center. I don't recommend the hot glue on the metal as they will not stick well.

Next fill one of the 1/2 ornaments with fake snow, set aside. Take your E6000 and run a thin line of it around the edge of your lid.

Place the globe on top and glue gun your ribbon around the edge .

Don't forget to embellish with a bow! And that's it, you're done!

Here are a few I have made

You can do on mason jars and fill with many items. These jar toppers are super cute for the holiday season

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  • Jay Skywalker Jay Skywalker on Nov 25, 2020

    Lovely job you’ve done!!! Do you think it’s possible to add water for the full snow globe effect?

  • Joyce Wilson Joyce Wilson on Nov 26, 2020

    You did not say where the globes were from? They are so cute & would like to make.

  • Jill Carpenter Jill Carpenter on Nov 26, 2020

    These are truly wonderful but amid the others my question is how did you do the globe portion?


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