Miniature snow globe projects to make this winter. This is a sponsored post with Fairfield World…at the heart of your projects.
Miniature snow globe projects are kind of addicting to make! After I had made one using an old gum ball machine, I immediately started going through my craft stash looking for other items that I could turn into snow globes. Here are three miniature snow globe projects that took less than an hour to make all together.
Supplies Used to make Miniature Snow Globes (affiliate links included):
- Poly Pellets Weighted Stuffing Beads
- Clear Glass Bottles with Corks
- Tabletop Glass Plant Terrarium
- Mini Snow Globe Christmas Trees
- Various Miniatures
- Hot Glue Gun
To make the tiny necklace snow globe, first fill the glass vial with a very small amount of Poly Pellets.
Remove the wood base from the minature tree, and set the tree inside the “snow” pellets. Use the glue gun to secure the cork top on the bottle.
Screw a tiny eyelet hook into the cork top. Tie miniature holiday ornaments, like the clay bear, to a bit of string and wrap the string around the cork top. This will make a fun necklace or could even be a sweet decoration on a present or gift bag.
To make the adorable winterland scene super mini snow globe, first hot glue the mini tree and the tiny deer to the base of the miniature globe. Place a few Poly Pellets inside the glass dome, then (while holding the dome upside down with the opening facing up) replace the bottom that has the figures glued on. Turn the miniature snow globe back over to watch the snow “fall”.
Turn your old terrarium into a fun winter scene, too! Poly Pellets look like snow and they are so much lighter than rocks or other white stones you could fill the terrarium with. Simply fill the container with Poly Pellets, then all you have to do is set the trees and miniature figures into the Poly Pellet “snow”. If you get bored or tired with the scene, just pluck out the figures and rearrange them as desired!
These miniature snow globes are so quick and easy to make that I’ve already started on several more. My kids love them and they are a fun way to decorate for winter. Have fun crafting and creating miniature snow globes!