Easy DIY Fish Bowl Snow Globes

4:30:00 AM

The dollar store has super supplies for this adorable DIY project.

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The fish bowls come in 2 sizes at the dollar store. For this project I used the smaller size. 

Easy DIY Fish Bowl Snow Globes www.homeroad.net

I began by gluing small bottle brush trees to the cedar base with E6000. 

A small piece of music sheet is attached to the back of the fish bowl using glue dots. 

I sprinkled about a 1/4 cup of Epsom salts, also from the dollar store, inside the bowl then attached the cedar base with the trees inside the bowl. 

Easy DIY Fish Bowl Snow Globes www.homeroad.net

And that is it... couldn't be easier to create a beautiful and very inexpensive Holiday snow globe.

Easy DIY Fish Bowl Snow Globes www.homeroad.net

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  1. I love this idea! I bought a fish bowl yrs ago specifically to serve a colorful salad in at a party (food use only no fish were ever in it) and don't use it for that much anymore so this is a perfect idea and looks so easy even I could do it! I like the sheet music and could coordinate the song to the theme inside. Merry Christmas Susan! ~ Kari


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