Snow Globe Style Thrift Store Snowmen

6:16:00 AM

       I've been working on more snow globe style
snowmen for an upcoming craft fair. 

Snow Globe Style Thrift Store Snowmen



They're made with spice bottles found at the thrift store. 

DIY Snow Globe Style Thrift Store Snowmen
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bring these projects to you! 

I put a drop of hot glue into the bottle then dropped in a small bottle brush tree or tiny ornament. 

I added a small scoop of epsom salt for snow. 

Snow Globe Style Salt Shaker Snowmen

Salt shakers make great snowmen too.  

I glued on a wooden ball with E6000 glue for the head then painted it white. 

Adorable Snow Globe Style Salt Shaker Snowmen




Each little snowman got a cute little face with a Sharpie marker.

A plaid ribbon is the scarf then I returned the lid of the spice bottle on top for the hat. 

Adorable DIY Snow Globe Style Salt Shaker Snowmen

Adorable DIY Snow Globe Style Spice Bottle Snowmen

These little snowmen barely made it out of the workshop.

Take a look at the other version of snowmen I made HERE.

And the fish bowl snowman HERE.

I put a sneak peek preview on my Instagram and almost all were spoken for that day. 

Craft fair with snow globe styled snowmen

They were a hot seller at the craft fair!  

Check with the Homeroad Etsy Shop for availability.

Craft fair with DIY snow globe styled snowmen



                                      












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