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DIY snow globe terrariums are super easy to create and so versatile.
When creating Christmas and winter decor, one of the quickest and easiest projects is DIY snow globe terrariums. You only need a few items on hand and then let your imagination do the rest. Following are some snow globes that we have created in the past and some new ones from this year.
- Mason jars, cloches or vases. These are what we used. Maybe use leftover food jars.
- Faux snow
- Mini trees
- Ornaments like vehicles, houses, animals or presents
This is one of my favorite snow globes this year. I found this ornament at HomeGoods for just $2.99. It was added to this small glass canister with faux snow and two mini trees. I then added the red pop-pom ribbon for fun and color.
Metallics look beautiful and shimmery at night when the Christmas tree is lit.
Playing with the sugar canister, I placed a few of my gingerbread cookies in the sugar “snow” for a fun look.
Jenn made these adorable mason jar snow globe terrarium a few years ago. She uses them in her Christmas decor every year. You can get the full tutorial HERE.
This is Jenn’s coffee table vignette this year. The multiple displays are beautiful!
A few years ago I shared this snow globe. Isn’t this truck adorable?
Loving these twinkling pink bottlebrush trees in my All is Calm master bedroom tour.
Vintage ceramics can be cute when paired with Christmas trees. This sweet vintage Bambi deer looks great in glass.
An oversized birdhouse ornament got a Christmas makeover when I added a mini wreath to the perch. With mini trees and snow on top of a birch slice and under a cloche it’s a perfect winter scene.
There are endless possibilities and ideas for your DIY snow globe terrariums. This project is fun and relaxing too! If you have made any of these we would love for you to share your pics with us!