Anthropologie Inspired Snow Globes | Tutorial

A couple of weeks ago my Sweetheart was out of town and so I took my kiddos out for a fun dinner at one of our favorite places, The Elephant Bar at The District in Green Valley Ranch. The kiddos LOVE that place! I love it for two reasons… the sweet potato fries with the spicy ketchup and that Anthropologie is right across from the restaurant.  After dinner we headed over and I found the cutest snow globes in a jar! I just had to make some of my own…

They couldn't be easier to make!  Here is what you will need…

  • Jars {a good shape and size for your trees}
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  • Bottle Brush Trees {I bought mine at Big Lots}
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  • Buffalo Snow or any type of faux snow that you can find
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  • Glue Dots {I like my Elmer's Glue Spots} or hot glue

First, remove the lid of the jar and glue the tree to the bottom of the lid…

Place a small amount of snow in the jar. Make sure not to fill it too much. You only need enough to cover the bottom of the tree once turned.

Carefully place the tree back into the jar and screw on the lid…

Now… shake to your hearts content! You've made a snow globe in like 2 minutes.  Create a few more out of different size and shaped jars and you will have a beautiful display that will last for years!

You can even wrap them up and give them as gifts for Christmas…

You'll be a hit!!

Comments

  1. says

    So fun! I did the same exact thing a few weeks ago…went in there, spotted them and knew I could recreate them fast. They’ve been a total hit!! Yours turned out so cute! And the straws are perfect, thanks again!! I owe ya!

    • says

      Thanks friend, are they fun and soooo easy! Glad I could come to the rescue with my fabulous straw power. ;) Hope the party goes off without a hitch!
      kisses
      heather

  2. says

    I saw these this past Christmas when I went shopping with my daughter. I immediately loved them and decided I would make them. I hadn’t had chance until now. Thanks so much for the wonderful tutorial and post! I plan on making some for Valentine’s Day and Easter. I figure, why wait until Christmas? :)

    • says

      Susan that is exactly how I feel!! I plan on making variations for each season this year. I would LOVE to see what you come up with!
      kisses
      heather

  3. says

    I love your waterless snow globes. I wanted to make some for the wonderful girls in my life last Christmas but couldn’t find what I thought were appropriate jars. Now I know any kind of jar will work. Thank you so very much for the inspiration!!

  4. Aunty T says

    I made small ones (2-1/2" tall) and stuck them in clear plastic containers.  I used tacky glue and it worked fine.  I gave these away along with small holiday-scented hand sanitizers in little Santa bags for holiday "gifts".  They were a hit in the office!  Thank you for this great idea!

  5. Claire says

    I made a ton of these this Christmas and gave some as presents: Everyone loved them! Thank you so much for the inspiration!

    Although for some of them, I kept the jars the tight way up, and covered them either with Christmas paper or plain brown paper with white ribbon and they looked gorgeous.

Trackbacks

  1. [...] 1. Water-less Snow Globes from Whipperberry Most people seem to be in love with mason jars nowadays, so what better way to tie them in to your Christmas preparation than by making your own snow globes! Inspired by the gorgeous ones stocked by Anthropologie, you only need a jar, faux snow, a tree (or cute woodland animal) and some glue to make these yourself. I can just picture a collection of these perched atop our coffee table come December. [...]

  2. [...] Materiales: tarro de cristal, muñequitos de plástico u otros adornos mini que tengáis por casa, pistola de silicona. Para la versión 1: Brillantina, agua. Para la versión 2: Nieve falsa. Usos: Decoración Cómo hacerlos: Para ambas versiones pegamos los muñecos o adornos a la tapa del tarro de cristal con la silicona, intentando que queden lo más centrados posible. Lo mejor para que se vean bien es pegarlos encima de una base en vez de directamente a la tapa de la jarra, como un tapón de plástico para que no queden demasiado “hundidos”, y luego esa base a la tapa. Dejamos secar bien. En la versión 1: llenamos el bote con agua y le echamos purpurina. Ponemos silicona por el borde de la tapa del tarro y cerramos. Puedes ver el tutorial completo en este pin de Pinterest. En la versión 2: Llenamos el tarro con una bola de nieve falsa, y enroscamos la tapa de la jarra. Damos la vuelta. Puedes ver el tutorial completo en Whipperberry. [...]

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  4. [...] We love this craft because the kids can pick out the items to go into the snow globe, the ribbon and glitter.  The grown ups need to do the glue gun but the kids can dump in the glitter and then they love to see it shake around.  In the picture above, we have secured a gift card so it’s a fun presentation for a present as well!  There are different variations with water or not and we have tried and liked both ways.  Click to make. [...]

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