Snow Globe Ring DIY

6 Materials
3 Hours
You're going to love this new take on the snow globe. This fun snow globe ring DIY makes a great gift AND there are so many variations you can customize your snow globe ring with! Don't want a starry snow globe? How about a terrarium globe ring instead?

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Begin by putting a small amount of E6000 glue inside the ring base for your snow globe ring, avoiding the edge around the diameter.
Dust lightly with glitter snow then place a large mirrored star in the very center of the ring base.

Use washi tape or masking tape to hold the star in place as it dries.

Pop your ring into cone of baker’s twine or whatever’s handy to hold the ring up and keep it from falling.

Once the glue has dried carefully remove the washi tape and apply more E6000 glue around the base of the star. Sprinkle with more glitter snow. This will help to stabilize it further so it doesn’t come loose during wear.
Now add two or three small mirrored stars or star shaped sequins to the inside of the glass globe along with some glitter snow and a tiny bit of blue glitter.
Place a small amount of E6000 glue around the opening of the glass globe and press it onto the ring base. You can use washi or masking tape around the globe to hold the two pieces together. Allow to dry completely.
Once the glue dries, remove the tape.
You now have your very own glittery snow globe ring!
You can use the same concept to also make a terrarium ring. Simply use preserved moss and floral mushroom miniatures!
If you liked my Snow Globe Ring DIY, then you may also be interested in these 50 unique DIY Christmas gifts you can make for friends and family.
Suggested materials:
  • Large clear glass globe antique bronze ring (33mm diameter globe/25mm diameter opening)
  • Washi or Masking Tape
  • Mirrored scrapbooking stars or similar
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Rebecca D. Dillon
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