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How to make your own snow globe

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A snowglobe can be just the right decoration to make your nightstand sparkle. With only a few supplies, following these simple steps is done in a snap. In under 20 minutes, and for less than $10, you can own an eye-catching snow globe that you made yourself.
Before you get started, be sure you have an appropriate workspace. Water splashes, glue drips and falling glitter may occur.
Materials Needed:

  • Jar
  • Super glue
  • Glitter
  • Water
  • Small ornament

Directions:

  1. Super glue the bottom of the ornament to the inside lid of the jar.
  2. Pour glitter into the jar—the more the better.
  3. Fill jar with water. Leave an inch or two of space at the top of the jar, depending on the size of the ornament, so it won’t overflow.
  4. Super glue the inside rim of the jar lid for a stronger hold. Close jar tightly and let it snow.

Note: Tie a ribbon around the jar or write something special in puff paint to make the globe more personalized.

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