Mason Jar Snowy Tree Cloche

Brie Snyder
by Brie Snyder
5 Materials
10 Minutes
As a Northern gal at heart, I miss my snow. I live in FL and while It has it's own perks, It's been a while since I've seen and been in snow. I'm hoping that will change this March. For now, I bring the snowscape inside my home with a super cheap and easy DIY Snowy Tree Cloche. Made from a mason jar, things I had around my home and a candlestick from Dollar Tree. The white dove is a symbol of piece and a nice subtle message in your Holiday Decor. Enjoy :)
Grab a handful of cotton balls, enough to cover the bottom of the tree and fill about an inch thick high or more. Stretch the cotton balls out to look like snow.

You can glue the balls to the tree, but I chose to make this a sort of take a part project to store easier in my Christmas box. Everything in this project can be taken apart.
Then take your mason jar, flip it upside down and gently push the tree and cotton through it, whilst holding everything together as best you can. You can use the tips of your fingers to resituate the tree. I'm not gonna say this isn't annoying, but you will get the hang! Once you have it where you want it, very carefully screw the lid on.

Set the mason jar on top of the candle stick holder, add the dive on top and voila. If this is places somewhere where it could move or be knocked over, you can just use glue to adhere it to the top.
The white dove is a symbol of peace and it's a great subtle message to spread in your decor.

There you have it. A cute little snowscape capture. This definitely looks more expensive than it's price!

If you cannot find a tree with snow, you can add little dabs of acrylic paint  to get the same desired effect as well.
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