How to Make a Vintage Style Waterless Snow Globe

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Jar crafts are all the rage, and it’s easy to see why. They’re strong enough to support all kinds of craft materials and still look beautiful. A perfect example of this is the trend of handmade snow globe crafts that have appeared in recent years, all done with recycled jars! If you want your mantel to pop at any time of the year, then look no further than the impressive detail and old world wonder of the Vintage Style Waterless Snow Globe. This tutorial from AllFreeChristmasCrafts will show you how simple it is to add elegance to your home using a recycled jar and a few glamorous embellishments.

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  1. Rachel Kezeske says:

    Small bells that you can find at craft stores are great to use as a piece in the jars too! It gives a soft sound of sleigh bells to go along with the falling “snow!”

  2. Small bells that you can find at craft stores are great to use as a piece in the jars too! It gives a soft sound of sleigh bells to go along with the falling “snow!”

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