How to Make Mason Jar Snow Globes!

Easily create your own mason jar snow globes!

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Supplies

Supplies

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Open your mason jar

Open your mason jar

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Take your figurine

Take your figurine

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And add a few dabs of krazy glue to the bottom of it.

And add a few dabs of krazy glue to the bottom of it.

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Then stick it on the lid of the mason jar!

Then stick it on the lid of the mason jar!

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I got my figurines from Michael's and the dollar store. For the most part they're just those figurines people use as part of their Christmas village displays! :)

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Now while we're waiting for the glue to set, fill your mason jar with water.

Now while we're waiting for the glue to set, fill your mason jar with water.

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Then just a little bit of liquid glycerin.

Then just a little bit of liquid glycerin.

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Liquid glycerin thickens the water and causes the glitter to fall slower. :)

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Now for the glitter!

Now for the glitter!

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Mine sat on the top, so I stirred it around with a pen. Heavier glitter might fix this problem?

Mine sat on the top, so I stirred it around with a pen. Heavier glitter might fix this problem?

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Stir stir stir.

Stir stir stir.

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Time to put the cover on your mason jar!

Time to put the cover on your mason jar!

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Very nice, very nice!

Very nice, very nice!

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Flip 'er over and give it a shake!

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There we have it! Isn't it pretty? :)

There we have it! Isn't it pretty? :)

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Here are some more examples! If your figurine is too big for your jar lid, glueing it to the bottom also seems to work well. :)

Here are some more examples! If your figurine is too big for your jar lid, glueing it to the bottom also seems to work well. :)

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Just a little note, the little green trees tend to turn your water's colour. Coating them with a sealant might work to stop that? I haven't tried it myself to really say.

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