25 Magical DIY Christmas Snow Globes

The magic of falling snows in always magnificent, whether it’s in the yard, or inside a classic toy. Snow globes, especially, come handy when you do not get to experience snow in your region, but wish to witness its magic anyway. The snow globes let people create a beautiful wintry scene straight out of your imagination. Another great thing about snow globes is that almost any transparent glass jar works for this project. You can use olive jars, mason jars, pimiento jars and even baby food jars for making snow globes. There are several varieties of snow globes too, like baby oil snow globes, faux snow globes and glycerin snow globes. So peeps, if you’re planning to make some snow globes as return gifts or crafts, take a look at our article below. We’ve compiled a list of DIY Christmas snow globe ideas for you.

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DIY Christmas Snow Globes

  1. Car In A Jar:

Just look at the beautiful scene this car is creating? Doesn’t it want to make you jump right into the globe and drive this beautiful vintage car? It’s definitely making us want to. All you need to do is get hold of a vintage toy car. A Volkswagen Beetle would be perfect. Fill the mason jar with a faux snow, place the car inside it and lock the lid. Decorate the snow globe anyway you like.

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  1. Fishbowl Snow Globe:

Did you know, you could even use a fishbowl to make a Christmas snow globe? Use it as a Christmas table centerpiece. Your guests will be amazed by your creativity. Feel free to experiment with the content of the bowl. You can either put these Christmas trees as shown in the picture, or vintage cars or snowmen.

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  1. Olaf Snow Globe:

Isn’t Olaf adorable already? So why not make him a bit more lovable by capturing him in a snow globe? At least you can be assured that he won’t melt away. It will even make a fun activity for kids who’re into Disney movies or are huge fans of the film “Frozen”. Honestly, who isn’t?

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  1. DIY Mason Jar Snow Globe:

Looking for ideas to spend a cozy winter afternoon with your children? Then how about making this beautiful mason jar snow globe? This one’s a bit different from the rest because of its appearance of floating snow balls. You can create the snowballs by using fishing line and small white balls.

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  1. A Glittery Snow Globe:

Create a wonderful and festive winter wonderland in a tiny jar by following this tutorial. Dust a faux bottlebrush tree with faux snow and glitter to give it a glamorous effect. Next, affix the bottlebrush Christmas tree in a mason jar upside down and fix the lid. Stick on tag on it and it’s ready for gifting.

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  1. Plastic Snow Globe:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

Do you know what’s the secret behind this gorgeous and quirky centerpiece? A clear plastic cup, which you can easily get from Target or Walmart. Sounds too good to be true, right, but the result would be exactly the same, if you follow the tutorial properly.

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  1. Snowman And Snowflake Snow Globes:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

Here’s another tutorial for mason jar snow globe. We’ve totally decided to make use of all the mason jars lying in your house. There’s not one, but two snow globes made here. One is slightly smaller, which houses the snowflake, and the other is a bigger one, which houses the snowman. If you want, you can even try creating the snowman yourself.

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  1. Snow Globe Favors:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

If you’re planning on giving cute party favors to your guests, these mini snow globes will make a perfect option. Just ensure that you write a sweet and affectionate parting message. We’re sure your guests will make a permanent place in your showcase for these snow globes.

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  1. Baby Food Jar Snow Globe:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

How gorgeous are these glittery snow globes? And would you believe they’re made using baby food jar? All you need to do is pour glitter water in the baby food jar, stick a miniature Christmas tree to the lid and you’re good to go. Isn’t that easy?

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  1. A Winter Wonderland Snow Globe:

A couple animal figurines, preferable reindeer or deer figurines, faux snow, mini trees, mason jar and a bunch of clear plastic ornaments are what you need for creating this wonderful winter wonderland snow globe. It’s so easy that even children can make it on their own.

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  1. Winter Village Jars:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

This is hands down on the most beautiful DIY Christmas snow globes. If you’ve got a few storage jars hanging around, you can use them to make some winter village jars. It’s a bit different from traditional snow globes, but will definitely appeal to the onlookers. You must definitely involve your children in making these cute village vignettes.

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  1. Waterless Snow Globes:

Who said you need water to create magnificent snow globes? Even waterless snow globes look equally, if not more beautiful. You can create more than one of these waterless snow globes and display on the mantelpiece or window. But try to be creative with the designs.

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  1. Easy Waterless Snow Globe:

Clear plastic ornaments in large sizes that can snap apart are what you need as the primary material for creating these waterless snow globes. Let the children decide what they want to fill in these globes. Just ensure that it’s according to the theme.

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  1. Trees In A Mason Jar:

Sometimes, just a single tree can give a magical look to your tree, see this snow globe for example. A bottlebrush tree in blue is dusted with glitter and faux snow and attached to the mason jar lid. Leave it for 24 hours and affix the lid to the jar. You’re done.

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  1. Snow Domes:

How cute does this snow dome with a squirrel look? Doesn’t it look absolutely adorable? It looks like the squirrel is having an amazing time playing with the snow. And we’re feeling elated just by glancing at it.

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  1. Snow Globe Coca-Cola Cupcakes:

This is one of the most unique snow globes we’ve ever seen. You can make these cupcakes either from the round Coca Cola bottles, (which are rare to find) or transparent ornaments, which split open.  Since these are cupcakes, children will be extremely excited about it.

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  1. DIY Recycled Snow Globe:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

Those who’re looking for an easy peasy craft project to do with children can try making this DIY recycled snow globe. It requires just a handful of ingredients and can be done within 15 minutes. You’ll need recycled beverage container, fake Styrofoam snow and a few other materials to make this snow globe.

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  1. Easy Lego Snow Globe:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

This is something children are going to enjoy thoroughly. This quirky snow globe is made using glass jars, green pipe cleans, scissors, chalk markers and a few other. After all, even Legos has the right to celebrate Christmas.

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  1. Snow Globe Ornament:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

If you want, you can even create a snow globe ornament for your Christmas tree. It’s quite similar to the above Christmas tree, except for the fact that you need to hang from the tree, rather than affix on a lid or stand.

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  1. Tiny Trees Snow Globe:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

Sometimes, less is more, as seen in this picture. Just a couple of bottlebrush trees are used for creating these snow globes and yet they look absolutely amazing.

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  1. DIY Snow Globe Ornaments:

Here’s a simple snow globe ornament in a different design, which children can easily make. You’ll need some clear plastic cups, pompoms, twine and miniature figurines to create these snow globe ornaments.

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  1. Snow Globe Sensory Bottle:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

If you have a toddler in house, you must give him some toy that can boost his sensory skills. And what better than gifting him this snow globe sensory bottle during the holidays? It’s sure to captivate his senses while honing his sensory skills.

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  1. Mason Jar Lid Snow Globe:

DIY Christmas Snow Globes

This one’s a bit different from the one’s we generally see. Instead of using the entire mason jar, just the mason jar lid is used for creating the snow globe. They’ll make wonderful presents.

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  1. Retro Snow Globe Cupcakes:

Here’s another snow globe cupcake for you, except that it’s a bit smaller than the previous one. And the designs are also a bit retro-ish. We like it.

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  1. Little Doll Figurine:

How cute is this little doll snow globe? Isn’t it a lot different from what we generally get to see during the holidays. We loved the idea of coating the mason jar with snow to give it a hazy effect. And please feel free to use any figurine you like.

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We hope you liked our compilation of DIY Christmas snow globes. We loved almost all the DIY Christmas snow globe ideas, what about you? Tell us about your favorite DIY snow globes for Christmas by commenting below.

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