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Winter Wonderland Snow Globe

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Create a 'liquid-free' winter wonderland snow globe to make a great festive decoration. We used a sprig from our real Christmas tree - but you could also use a piece of artificial Christmas tree or even use a festive figurine instead.



Winter jar, Christmas tree jar, preschooler Christmas scene jar, salt snow tree jar


Time: 15 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Jar
Cork
Strong glue
Sprig of Christmas tree (or festive figurine)
Salt
Glitter

Method
Cut the end off a cork and poke the sprig of Christmas tree into the piece of cork.



Winter jar, Christmas tree jar, preschooler Christmas scene jar, salt snow tree jar


Stick the cork with tree onto the inside of the jar lid with strong glue.



Winter jar, Christmas tree jar, preschooler Christmas scene jar, salt snow tree jar


Pour salt into the jar (about 1/4 full). We also added silver glitter and shiny stars.



Winter jar, Christmas tree jar, preschooler Christmas scene jar, salt snow tree jar


When the jar lid is dry, screw the lid with tree onto the jar.
Turn upside down to make your winter wonderland snow globe.



Winter jar, Christmas tree jar, preschooler Christmas scene jar, salt snow tree jar


Categories
#Christmas
#Decoration
#Snow
#Snow globe
#Christmas tree
#Jar
#Any age
#Easy
#Cheap
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