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.
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.

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.

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.

This is a quick and easy project that looks adorable! 

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


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  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.

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



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