DIY Christmas snow globe

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CHRISTMAS IS HERE! And sweets are killing your hard work to burn fat. Options for gifts and presents are too selected. So here’s our idea for a gift to your loved ones.

It’s a Christmas present, so it needs to be snowy, glittering and shimmering. As well as, full of warmth and love! So we do it with our hands and a warm message. Here’s the process!

THINGS THAT YOU’LL NEED :

  • AN OLD GLASS BOTTLE-ROUND SHAPED(Alternatively you can buy glass globes available online)
  • LID/ CORK
  • SNOWMAN TOY
  • CHRISTMAS TREE MINIATURE
  • BLUE PAINT
  • GLITTER or SHIMMER PACKET
  • TRANSPARENT SHEET
  • DECORATIVE BELLS
  • RIBBON (Any color)

 

OTHER THINGS THAT YOU WILL NEED :

  • ADHESIVE
  • WATER
  • SCISSORS
  • MARKER PEN

 

PROCEDURE:

  1. Cut the transparent sheet into a square shape.( according to the message you want to write)
  2. Write down the message with the help of a marker pen on it. Punch a hole on it’s top.
  3. Tie a string into the hole and keep this aside.
  4. Take the lid of the round bottom jar or the cork, and stick the snowman on it’s inside.
  5. Also stick the Christmas tree miniature. s: Stick the stuff using a good adhesive and stick them somewhere in between of the inside of the lid.
  6. Now take the round bottom jar and keep it mouth open . Stick the other end of the string (prepared in first three steps) on the part that rests on table/floor.
  7. Fill the jar with water to make it half full.( or a little less than that)
  8. Pour two drops of blue paint.
  9. Pour the glitter powder/shimmer.
  10. Close with the lid or pack with the cork carefully.

 

Your snow globe is almost ready! Just shake it well.

Tie a ribbon with decorative bells around the lid. Now you see a beautiful message floating in blue shimmering water inside a Christmas celebrating globe! You can prepare this ecstatic visual treat for your loved ones in less than an hour.

It’s a beautiful DIY, and a lovely showpiece to present to your loved ones! You can also try making it for surplus give-away.

 

Image source : http://www.craftionary.net/15-diy-snow-globes-best-ideas/

 

 


  

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