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This is my take on a classic Snow Globe. I call it a "Window Wonderland".
I purchased this 6 sided jar from Specialty Bottle. The best jars for this project are short, squatty jars usually filled with jam or some gourmet item. A ...
Being a graphic designer, I had some fun designing these. Measure the circumference and height of your jar and lay out a design. I chose this vintage deer ...
I printed the outside scene on sticker paper, the inside scene on regular paper. I used a small piece of tape to tape the inside scene to the ...
Have fun with this. Here are some of the little objects I put in and on my jars. Birds, silk flowers, bottle brush trees, glitter, "snow" and ornate ...
I spread some glue on lid and sprinkled some glitter on it. Let it dry.
I found cutting a small styrofoam ball in half and glueing it to the lid, gives your object some height. Here I show two methods. In one I ...
I glued a small glittered cardinal into the moss and a tree into the cotton snow. I sprinkled some sparkly crinkle snow onto both.
Here, lulu has to get into and onto everything.
Once your scene is set and dry and the lid is twisted on, embellish the outside with rhinestones, beads, more glitter... You might even want to tie a ...
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