Glass Jar Snow Scenes

5:30:00 AM

I'm playing with snow scenes and glass jars again today...

small glass jars with snow scene deer, trees, and deer. www.homeroad.net
I found a bag of these small jars at the thrift store one day and knew they would be good for something. 

If you didn't see them, check out the pedestal snow scenes I made using candlesticks and glass jars. 

These jars are smaller but the idea is the same. I glued my favorite little bottle brush trees and small reindeer into the bottom of the bottle. 

small glass jars with snow scene deer, trees, and deer. www.homeroad.net

I added a layer of epsom salt to the bottom of the jar that looks like drifted snow. 

small glass jars with snow scene deer, trees, and deer. www.homeroad.net

I tied a gingham bow around the top of the jar and these little cuties are finished.

small glass jars with snow scene deer, trees, and deer. www.homeroad.net

This is a quick and easy project that looks adorable! 

A great project for children too! Give it a try using my affiliate links...

   


As always please share Homeroad on Facebook or Pinterest 
 by clicking the boxes below.

Want to receive Homeroad’s latest post in your inbox? 
Please sign up for email in the sidebar above.

Click to follow Homeroad…
Facebook     Pinterest     Twitter     Instagram



You Might Also Like

2 comments

  1. How darling they turned out. This would be a great craft when we have a group of children together. Thanks for the inspiration and all the creativity you share all year.

    ReplyDelete
  2. So cute! I just made a few myself with random food jars from the fridge, lol!

    Jeanine

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for stopping by, I love your comments and I will do my best to reply to all your questions and comments. Please make sure your settings will accept emails so I can get back to you...
Have a nice day.
Susan

Member

Member

At Your Own Risk

Any content on this website is created for inspiration purposes only. Creating with my suggested methods, products used, and tools falls under your own risk.

Please ensure you are following proper guidelines with anything used, and you receive professional guidance if you don't know how to do something. Always wear safety glasses and follow safety rules.


Cookies

This site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services, to personalize ads and to analyze traffic. Information about your use of this site is shared with Google. By using this site you agree to its use of cookies.