Salt and Pepper Snowglobes. Sold at Anthropologie.

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I turned the Anthropology snowglobes into a swan globe shaker for salt and another one into a pepper shaker
A "snow globe" from Anthropologie become a "swann globe" that serves salt and pepper. What's more original than this salt and pepper shaker? In the manner of a snowball, you will follow live the evolution of the level of salt that surrounds the little black swan. Indeed, the domes mimic these little objects, with which we loved to play when we were children
This is my second challenge of the week: snow globe from Anthropology

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We start by thoroughly cleaning
the 2 globes unscrewed,
take the animals and putt some glue
where the animals stick to the bottom using a tweezers
salt is poured into one and pepper into the other
here is our salt and pepper shaker swann globe
The seasoning slowly reveals the figurine that is included in the transparent domes.
The black and white pet salt and pepper shakers form an innovative and elegant seasoning set on the dining table, a game of black and white hide-and-seek. Pepper conceals a white swan and salt, a black swan.

DIMENSIONS: 8 x 4 cm

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A pepperpot with a hole
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  • Dee Klenke Dee Klenke on Aug 26, 2018

    How do I order the swans?

  • Sharon Sharon on Aug 27, 2018

    Can you use the salt &pepper? Or is it just decorative? And the black swan looks like it is sitting on something, a block of wood?

  • Sharon Sharon on Aug 28, 2018

    Thanks for the answer. But I did also ask if you can actually use them or just for show?

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  • Made in paraDIY Made in paraDIY on Sep 01, 2018

    Thank you to everyone who commented or saved my project, good creativity to all!

  • Anna Anna on Feb 22, 2021

    Did I miss something? Unless the swans are squeezable I don’t understand how you got them through the bottleneck. That would be the most important detail to explain! Anna H.

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