Where can you get glycerin liquid for snow globes other than online?
Want to make a few snow globes for xmas and cannot find glycerin what else can you use without giong on the computer and ordering it???? Thanks 12-9-19/7:38 PM CST
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Clear glycerin should be readily available at any pharmacy or discount store. I've used baby oil in handmade snow globes before as an alternative option! I hope this helps!
I would check with area craft stores.
Craft and hobby shop, do you have any in your area? Or a science shop, those are a bit harder to find. I have one and they sell all sorts of off the beaten path type of items.
Craft store like Michael's, Hobby Lobby. Drug stores or pharmacy in discount store. Baby oil is an option.
Look in the soap/ candle supply section of the craft store.
Tried that yesterday nothing in Jo Ann Fabrics in candle making, Thanks 12-10-19
Bought some Baby oil and I have corn syrup.....DO YOU ADD ANY WATER TO THE MIXTURE? 12-10-19
I wouldn't use corn syrup. Baby oil yes. Don't add water. Oil and water don't mix. Baby oil will create a floating effect. Some just use distilled water which will create less floating. Do not use tap water.