DIY Mason Jar Snowglobe

Mason Jar Crafts are always fun. While Mallory was in town we were working on a few different crafts and this is one of them that we did. It was very easy and it is also something that I am sure your kids would love to help you create. It would also be a great idea for a teacher gift. They are pretty inexpensive to make and something that could be done quickly.

diy Snowglobe

To start this is what you will need:

A mason jar

Fake Snow

Figurines that will fit inside the jar

Small White Balls

Fishing line


and tape

We found everything that we need for this project at Michaels Craft Store. We spray the lid of this jar with our favorite gold spray paint. While that was drying, we simply thread the needle with the fishing line and going through the center of each white ball we start to thread the balls on to a line. To attach the “snow fall” we used packaging tape to tape to the top of the jar lid.

After we finished the snow fall we got our cute snow and tree ready. In order to keep everything in place we used a lid that was from a mailing tube and hot glued the cute figured on to it. anything will work also long as it fits into the mason jar. The lib was nice because it kept everything in place and it also added a little bit of height to our figures.

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We added some of the fake snow in to the bottom of the jar then placed our figures into the jar

Mason Jar 1

With the snow attached we added the lid and our cute project was finished.

The possibilities are endless with mason jars. We love this simple and cute project. Have you used mason jars for cute craft projects before?

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  1. This is the cutest {and easiest} Mason jar craft EVER!

    Pinning and sharing everywhere!

    I’d love for you to share this project at my Show Me Saturday party. We go live each Saturday morning at 7:00 am EST.

    Happy Thanksgiving!
    ~ Ashley

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