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As a child, I always loved looking at snow globes. I was fascinated by the winter wonderland in the magnificent glass. Now I can make one and so ...
The materials that are needed for this project include a mason jar, super glue, glitter, mini Christmas trees, water, and glycerin.I used Gorilla Glue Precision Glue Pen, and ...
Fill a bowl or jar with water and place trees into the water to soak overnight. Doing this ensures that the water in the final snow globe will ...
Set the trees out on a paper towel to dry so that any left over dye will seep into the paper towel.
Squirt glue onto the bottom of the Christmas trees. Place the trees on the inside of the jar's lid. Then, press down on the base of the tree ...
Fill the jar up with water until you are about one inch from the top. Then, add about 2 tablespoons of glycerin. Lastly, stir glycerin so it blends ...
Pour enough glitter in the water and glycerin mixture so that it covers the visible surface of water. Add as much glitter as your heart desires, but do ...
Gently set the lid with trees attached onto the jar to see how much room is left. Then, top fill the remaining space with water. Lastly, tighten down ...
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