Super Mario Brothers With Dry Bones Dungeon "Snow" Globe

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Welcome fellow instructable lovin' users! 

Today you will learn how to create your own Super Mario Brothers With Dry Bones Dungeon "Snow" Globe!  I know what you are thinking, wait poofrabbit didn't you JUST make Super Mario Brothers Gold Coin "Snow" Globe!?The answer to that fantastic question is...yes, yes I did.

My brother came to visit me tonight and loved my last instructable.  I didn't want to give up what I had made, and like I pointed out, I found that jar and clear would have been loads better.   He begged me to make him one, and as a good, kind, and loving older sister I said ok....but you buy the jar.  So, after a trip to the local big box store, I set off to make him his very own.  Even better, my gem of a brother bought me a case of clear mason jars, now I'm dangerous!  ( He also put in a request for a snow globe to give his favoriate professor, so you will be seeing a non-game related snow globe soon.)

This 'able would be great for art education or for a summer camp project.  The thing to remember is, it does not have to be a Nintendo character in the jar, your only limitation is your imagination (and your amount of clay on hand)

So read on game lovin' instructavillians!

If you feel like it check out some of my other Polymer Clay creations to date:

Parrot Sculpey Necklace

Bowser Marionette Finished

Orange Tiger Cat Sculpey Pendant

Super Mario Brothers Polymer Clay Sculpture

Super Mario Brothers Gold Coin "Snow" Globe

Potted Lorax & Truffula Tree: Earth Day Lesson

Mini Sculpey Jedi Master Yoda

Amusing Dead Fish Sculpey Sculpture

Mini Sculpey Batman (Grey & Blue)
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I haven't made a snow globe in a long time. Awesome!
poofrabbit (author)  Penolopy Bulnick2 years ago
To much fun is all I have to say!! :) I prefer the baby oil, I like the lingering of the glitter. Seeing how easy it really is, I'm going to have campers (ages 7-15) do this over the summer. Should be super fun! My brother wants me to make Harry Potter for his master thesis adviser, who also teaches a Harry Potter course. I must admit I was shocked a college offered such a thing, but when I was an undergrad I took Urban legends so I shouldn't scoff! Harry will take more time, I whipped Mario out in about 15 mins, but he was just going home with the little bro. Somehow the thought of it being on the shelf of a professor makes me want to take it above and beyond! Thanks for the comment! :)