DIY Anthropologie Mason Jar Snow Globes
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011 | Comments: 19
I love the little Mason Jar Snow Globes they are selling at Anthropologie right now, but not so keen on the price tag. I couldn’t resist the urge to make my own for a fraction of the price and you can too! Take a look…
You can make these in 3 minutes!
For this project you will need: Mason jars (available in a variety of sizes at craft and grocery stores for $1.00- $2.99 a piece), bottlebrush trees (I got a bag of 20 different sized trees for $10.00 at a craft store), artificial snow and a glue gun or floral stick.
Place about a half of a cup of artificial snow in jar. Depending on the size of the jar – you may need more or less – just add enough to blanket the bottom of the jar and cover the base of the tree.
Using a glue gun or floral stick, attach tree to inside of lid.
Screw on lid.
Turn upside-down and tap side of jar to shake down snow from trees.
This is a great project to make and give – and definitely get the kids to help – mine loved this one.