It’s hard to believe we’re just 6 sleeps away from Christmas! It’s no secret that i’ve spent the month baking, crafting and preparing for the holiday. And, today I wanted to squeeze in one last easy DIY idea, so i’m sharing how to create DIY Waterless North Pole Snowglobes.
Who didn’t love snowglobes when they were little? They always seemed so magical, so I just knew that I had to find a way to create my own. When I found out that you can make your own using a mason jar, I had to test it out. I decided to make three different waterless snowglobes, each with a North Pole theme and just love how they turned out.
Plus, for those of you who are still looking for some last minute gifts, these would be perfect for anyone on your list! I found everything that I needed to make them at Michaels. But, i’ve put together a list of everything you’ll need below, so make sure to check it twice!
Miniature plastic decor (animals, signs etc.)
Miniature Christmas trees
Hot glue gun
How to Make a DIY Waterless North Pole Snowglobes:
1. Attach the miniature trees, and plastic decorations to the inside of your mason jar’s lid using hot glue.
2. Add fake snow and glitter to the mason jar and screw the lid with your decorations on top.
3. Turn the mason jar over shake and enjoy!