This project was created by Jennifer Perkins for iLoveToCreate.

When I laid eyes on Martha Stewart's Baby Food Jar Snow Globes years ago, my crafty heart went all aflutter. I was always smitten on the idea and swore that one day when I had a baby I too would use my jars creatively. Well here we are years later and I'm ready for action. I typically make my own baby food, but I do keep a few jars around the house for meals out and on the go. Nothing says that all snow globes have to have a Christmas theme? What about Halloween? I thought this often slighted holiday deserved a snow globe of it's very own. Grab some empty jars and handful of other supplies and follow along with today's edition of I Love to Create.

Step 1: Supplies

Small Jars without labels
Liquid Fusion Glue
Decorative Halloween Ribbon
Tulip Fashion Glitter
Distilled Water
Small Halloween Trinkets
Aleene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue

Finding just the right Halloween themed trinket to go inside your snow dome can be the trickiest part about this easy project. Michaels had a whole slew of figurines from their "Spooky Town Collection". I opted for a trick-or-treating pirate and Dracula.
Awesome, thanks for sharing! I found some old baby food jars in the basement. Daughter is 19.5 yrs. now! Wow, I don't throw much away! There is a time and place for everything (to be re-cycled) I always say! Love your Halloween ideas. Valentines Day ,Easter, and many other holidays are great for these snow-globe thingys.!!
I did not know they made this type of glue! So happy you shared this! thanks for sharing your hard work! Have a splendorous day!<br>sunshiine

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