Snow globes are magical and made me instantly think of winter! Create DIY Christmas snow globes for yourself as decor or as a personalized gift.
Scroll down to the bottom of the post to get a video of a bonus snow globe project! Plus a few other Christmas goodies – you’re going to love it. I promise!
I LOVE Christmas snow globes. In fact, I used to have a huge collection of snow globes from around the world. It was so prolific and well known around the workplace that friends and coworkers would even grab them for me during their travels.
At one job? They had a shelf built for me. I’m serious! It got to be a pretty decent sized collection at one point.
In my various moves across the country (which cost a fortune), the snow globes had to go bye bye, but it doesn’t matter . . . I’m still obsessed with them.
I’ve noticed from browsing craft ideas each year that more and more people are making them, and I love it. I think everyone should have a DIY snow globe – and I need to start with me! I collected 25+ ideas because I’m definitely going to be making one this year.
These are all slightly different and will give you some great inspiration. If you are wondering how to make a snow globe, scroll down and pick an idea that is right for you! Let me know in the comments what you try, or if I’m missing any of your favorite ideas! Happy holidays.
DIY Snow Globes
Looking for a fun winter decoration or Christmas gift this year? One of these 25+ DIY snow globes would be perfect for the holidays. Options include miniature, upcycle, and even edible!
Ashlee's favorite holiday decor is small vintage bell jar ornaments! So she took that love to make some snow globe ornaments. Her tutorial is brilliant – it uses plastic wine glasses for the outer part of the snow globe.
If you are looking for an easy melted snowman craft for kids, you will love this idea! Kids will enjoy twisting and turning the jar to watch the melted snowman swirl around. It’s such a fun winter craft!
Why make one snowy scene when you can make a whole snowy village? Just use clear glass jars with lids like you may use in your bathroom or kitchen pantry and create your own Epsom salt snow filled "globes".