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Winter Wonderland Snow Globe


Materials

  • Plastic snow globe
  • Small figurine to display
  • Miniature trees
  • Buffalo snow or glitter snowflakes
  • White or iridescent glitter
  • Hot glue
  • Glitter tape

Directions

  1. Attach your figurine and the miniature trees to the base of the snow globe using hot glue.
  2. Pour the fake snow and glitter into the globe part of the snow globe. It should be just enough to cover the bottom of the trees and the small figurine.
  3. Once the hot glue is dry, turn the base upside down and attach it to the globe. Make sure it is securely attached or you will have snow everywhere!
  4. Wrap the base in glitter tape to add a little something extra to your snow globe.

Craft by: A Pumpkin and a Princess

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01 Dec 2017


By BRPM Staff

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