Over the weekend I had a lot of fun creating snow globes to put around the house for the holiday season. I was inspired to do this when stuffing the inside of a beanbag with Poly-Pellets and found that they reminded me of snow. I am excited to share that they worked perfectly. I gathered up some things from my studio and holiday boxes of “stuff” as well as some jars and containers and got busy. This one is my fave.
I used an old ornament to make this one. The snowman is a creation of two wooden pieces glued together then painted and covered in glitter. The hat is made from Sculpey clay.
This one is in a recycled jar from World Market salsa. The pieces are all made with Bake Shop (a Sculpey clay product).
Being an ambassador for Udderly Smooth keeps my skin healthy and my heart happy. This one was a lot of fun to put together in a giant glass jar from World Market.
Snow Globes are such a great way to use some of the things you have to create new masterpieces. If you decide to make one (or a few), I highly recommend Poly-Pellets for your snow base.
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Cheers to Making Things,
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