Easy Bottle Brush Snow Globe Ornaments

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       These little cuties are made with just a few 
supplies and are very easy to make!

Easy Bottle Brush Snow Globe Ornaments. Homeroad.net


First of all the supplies were inexpensive. 

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The plastic globes came from Michaels and the bottle brush trees from Target's dollar spot but you can find them using my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the red links

Easy Bottle Brush Snow Globe Ornament supplies. Homeroad.net

I began by putting a tiny drop of hot glue on the bottom edge of one half of the globe and stuck the tree to the glue. 

Bottle Brush Snow Globe Ornament supplies. Homeroad.net

Next I poured in a couple teaspoons of epsom salt while the globe was laying on it's side. 

Bottle Brush Snow Globe Ornament supplies Epsom Salt. Homeroad.net

Another tiny drop of hot blue at the bottom by the tree and I snapped the other half of the tree on top. 

The hot glue dot will keep the globe closed. 

I used jute, a plaid bow and a tiny antiqued clothespin to create a hanger through the hole in the globe. 

You can read how to antique those clothespins HERE.

DIY Bottle Brush Snow Globe Ornaments. Homeroad.net

And that was it. 

This would be a great project to do with the kids or grandchildren over the holidays! 

If you don't want to use hot glue you can use glue dots to hold your tree in place.

Easy DIY Bottle Brush Snow Globe Ornaments. Homeroad.net

Quick and Easy DIY Bottle Brush Snow Globe Ornaments. Homeroad.net


I hung a few on my own tree, they go with the woodland them of my flocked Christmas tree. 



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3 comments

  1. Can you tell me what size tree you used out of the assortment?

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    1. Hi Judith! I had several different size balls so I was able to use all of the trees. There is only a slight difference in the trees so they all fit.

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  2. What a darling idea! I love inexpensive but cute ideas and yours always fit the bill! Thank you!

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