Make A Snow Globe: A simple guide

Create HAPPY!  Make a SNOW GLOBE!!! 

Growing up I always looked forward to SNOW DAYS!!!  Staying HOME from school and playing in the snow!  One year, with the help of family and friends, I decided to make the biggest snowball ever.  We started at the top of neighborhood road and slowly pushed the snowball downhill.  When it reached 8 feet tall we couldn’t  move it one more inch!  That snowball remained until mid July…literally took forever to melt!  So much fun!

Now that I live in Florida, I had to come up with a creative way to have snow in my yard.  I have created a small section of my yard to be the “SNOW GLOBE GARDEN.”  That’s right…it’s a garden filled with snow globes!  Or have you wanted to make a snow globe for Christmas gifts this year?  Here is a simple way to make snow globes for you and your friends:

Things you need:
Glass Jar, Plastic or Ceramic Figurines (no metal, it will rust), Rock, Epoxy, Water, Glycerin (available at drug-stores) and Glitter.

1.  Scratch inside of lid with rock to create rough surface.Make A Snow Globe

2. With clear drying epoxy, adhere the figurine to the lid.  (I found a life-guard stand and Santa for mine at Michael’s).

3.  Let dry overnight.

4.  Fill jar with distilled water; add glitter, and a dash of glycerin to keep the glitter from falling too quickly.

5.  Screw on the lid tightly, being careful to not dislodge the figurine.

Shake, shake…let it SNOW!

Rob Johnson

Realtor St Petersburg Fl

Avalon Group

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