DIY Christmas Jars, Snowglobes (without Water)

Mila Myk
by Mila Myk
How to make christmas snow globes/mason jars (without water).
Shopping list :


– jars with lids


– PVA glue


– fake snow


(but not the spray kind)


– winter-themed figurines


– ribonns


– glitter


– confetti (optional)


– christmas labels /name tags/ stickers (optional, I’ve used christmas themed 3D stickers).
I’ve used Magic Snow Powder.If you add water, it expands 100 times it’s original volume. Unfortunatelly, it becomes sticky and lumpy, so it’s better to skip this step. Use extra snow for better effect ( I’ve definitely should have used more!) or mix it with glitter or confetti (or both:)).
Glue figurine to the lid of a mason jar. Cover the rest of the lid with glue (leave around 0,5 cm glue-free space close to edge of the lid) and scatter snow and glitter all over the lid. Put extra snow inside the jar. Screw the lid tight. You can glue colourful ribbons to the outer side of the lid and decorate jar with christmas labels or name tags.
Happy Crafting!
Mila Myk
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  • Pam29586202 Pam29586202 on Sep 26, 2017
    where did you buy the magic snow powder? I have never seen any in the craft stores

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  • Pam Lewandowski Pam Lewandowski on Nov 02, 2016
    How creative!!! Outside the box for sure and I loved the hummer in the glass jar!!

    • Mila Myk Mila Myk on Nov 02, 2016
      Thank you :) I gave them away as gifts. For a boy interested in cars- hummer in the snow, for a girl- Cinderella shoe etc ;)

  • Allinthefamilysingers Allinthefamilysingers on Dec 07, 2016
    YES THESE ARE SO CREATIVE THANKS MUCH FOR SHARING WE WANT TO SHARE OUR YOU TUBE VIDEOS (ALL IN THE FAMILY SINGERS THANKS GO LOOK AND LEAVE US A THUMBS UP. THANKS AGAIN FOR SHARING AND MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS.

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