DIY Snowman Snow Globe Ornament

Melissa Russo
by Melissa Russo
6 Materials
This DIY Snowman Snow Globe Ornament is an easy holiday craft to give along with your family Christmas card.
As the holiday season approaches, I find myself scrambling to get all the details in order so we can enjoy a magical Christmas holiday. I like to start preparing soon after Halloween ends. I find that checking some of the items off my Christmas to-do list early makes for less stress as the holiday whips into full gear. One of these items that I always check off my list early is ordering our family Christmas cards from Shutterfly. I love the convenience of ordering online from Shutterfly. They literally have 1000s of customizable holiday cards to choose from. The process is so simple too. Simply choose your favorite card, add your favorite photo or photos, select the quantity needed and place your order. It’s that easy! I seriously had a harder time choosing a card design because there is so many amazing styles to select from.
I love the thought of giving a homemade ornament along with a family Christmas card. As you know, I love easy craft projects. This DIY Snowman Snow Globe Ornament is about as easy as it gets.


HERE ARE THE SUPPLIES YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE YOUR OWN DIY SNOWMAN SNOW GLOBE ORNAMENT:


Fillable Mason Jar Ornament


Miniature Snowman


Bottlebrush Tree


Miniature Christmas Packages


Craft Adhesive


Snow
Use the craft adhesive to glue the snowman, tree, and package into place on the inside of the lid. Allow to dry. While the snowman is drying, add some of the snow to the jar. When the glue is totally dry, reassemble the ornament. You can add a decorative ribbon to the top if you wish. Package thisDIY Snowman Snow Globe Ornament up along with your Shutterfly holiday card and you will brighten someone’s day. Need some suggestions for your holiday greeting card sayings? Customize you Shutterfly greeting cards with one of these 125 Christmas Card sayings. You can also order some pretty return address labels for your cards too.
Suggested materials:
  • Fillable mason jar ornament   (Michael's)
  • Bottle Brush Christmas Tree   (Michael's)
  • Glitter Snow   (Michael's)
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  • William William on Nov 29, 2016
    So cute and creative! Something that will be cherished from year to year.

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