Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Anthropologie Inspired DIY Snow Globe

If you have been in Anthropologie drooling over all their adorable holiday items lately, you may have seen these Mason Jar Snow Globes. The small and medium jars are priced at $28.00 and the large jar is $40.00. Let me just say that (thanks to Pinterest) I made them for WAY less and I think they turned out adorable.
What you need:
1. Martha Stewart Glitter
2. Small fake trees (I bought mine on sale at Michael's for $10.00)
3. Three different sized jars (I used a baby food jar for the smallest one)
Not pictured: *Hot glue gun and extra glue sticks *Twine or ribbon for the edges
The original tutorial can be found here, but if you want to get really fancy and add snowy water like Martha Stewart check this one out!

*Don't forget to enter in my holiday giveaway for a free holiday banner and Starbucks gift card!

Linking up with Emily for the 12 days of DIY Christmas.
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20 comments:

Amanda Raborn said...

LOVE this! With a husband in law school, cheaper DIY crafts are right up my alley!

Amanda
It's an Easy Life

Kayla Peveler said...

I see these everywhere now, and can't wait to do them when Caleb and I have a place for our first Christmas together! :) thanks for the how-to!!

Married...with a Pup said...

These are definitely on my to-do list! So pretty. Yours turned out great!

Katie said...

Love love love these. My bff recently made some, and I'm secretly hoping I get one for Christmas :)

Kaylyn said...

That's crazy your yarn looks exactly like theirs too!

Ashley said...

They turned out beautiful! I love the twine you found too.

Morgan Liti said...

I did these last year and I LOVED them! So fun! :)

Morgan
seemomogo.blogspot.com

Anne said...

I love them! And Martha Stewart glitter - my project for tomorrow uses some too :)

Ktbuttons said...

So Cute! Great idea! I need to get busy!

lori said...

i love them! and i love martha's craft supplies... all of them!

Natalie said...

Oh-so-cute Allison! Thanks for DIYing it!

Katie Cook said...

so cute! cheap and easy are my kind of craft!! love Katie

Ashley @TheCreamToMyCoffee said...

I love this! I was actually in Anthro the other day and I saw these... of course I didn't buy them - the prices nearly gave me a heart attack :) Anyway, yours are just as good! Great job!

Tara said...

You've done it again! Another adorable DIY :)

Leeann @ Join the Gossip said...

This is SO cute! What an adorable idea. Great job :)

Provocative Manners said...

Such a cute idea! New fan from Follow Friday on Lovely Little Things!

Courtney B said...

How cute is this?? I'm thinking I need to make one for baby girl next week :) It'll help pass the time of waiting for her arrival, right?

Amanda said...

Wow. I'm super impressed! Those turned out awesome! Way to go.

Bonnie said...

SO good! I love DIY and saving money and sticking it to the man, errrr, Anthro:-) xoxo

Allison Lizer said...

Very cute! I'll have to stop by Michael's later today.