How to Make a Glass Snow Scene in a Jar

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I created these adorable little snow scenes reminiscent of a water filled snow globe. 

winter scene snow globes on DIY candle stick pedestals www.homeroad.net
I bought jars at Michael's craft store that were clear with flat clear tops. 

I flipped the jar over and glued the top of the jar (which is going to be the bottom of this pedestal) to a glass candlestick with E6000 glue. 

The glass candlesticks came from Dollar Tree and are $1 each... a bargain!

I then filled the base with my favorite winter animals, trees, and epsom salt or cotton batting for snow.

winter scene snow globes on DIY candle stick pedestals www.homeroad.net

I used the E6000 to glue the bottom of the jar (which is now the top) to the base so it can't be opened. 

Are you following this? Really? 

winter scene snow globes on DIY candle stick pedestals www.homeroad.net

On the top of the snow globe I added an old brass knob with E6000. 

winter scene snow globes on DIY candle stick pedestals www.homeroad.net

I used various shapes and sizes of glass candlesticks that gave these pedestals different heights. 

Finally I tied a Christmas bow around the base of each pedestal. 

winter scene snow globes on DIY candle stick pedestals www.homeroad.net


These beautiful little reindeer are standing in the snow with a snow covered bottle brush tree. 

winter scene snow globes on DIY candle stick pedestals www.homeroad.net

These snow globe snow scenes are easy and inexpensive to make. 

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