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Making Snowglobes

Christmas Snowglobe Christmas Crafts Creating snow globes can be a fun family activity or an individual project. You may use them as gifts or for personal enjoyment. Let the kids be creative in choosing or making a scene for inside the snow globe. Small Christmas items; such as a skater, skier, church, mailbox, Santa Claus, Snowman, Christmas Decoration, or animals are suggestions.

Items needed: Crushed eggshell for the snow.

Mineral or baby oil.

A clear glass jar with a tight fitting lid. (Small round jars like marinated artichokes or pimientos are packed in work quite well.
Craft stores sometimes have a little taller jar with the same tight fitting lid for about $2.

Paint for the lid. Acrylic Paint works well.

Glue or a glue gun.

Hard boil an egg (salt in the water makes them easier to peel). Cool the egg in cold water before removing the shell. Peel the thin layer carefully from inside the shell. This prevents the shell from floating. Crush the shell well to get small pieces. Use a rolling pin or a pestle and small bowl which is also used for grinding spices.

Clean the jar and lid thoroughly and dry well. Give the outside of the lid a couple coats of paint, letting it dry well between coats. Take a bit of fine sandpaper and lightly sand the inside of the lid so the scene will attach well. Glue your scene to the inside of the lid and let dry for several hours. Be sure to glue the scene so it will fit into the jar opening and the lid will close.

Place the jar on a double layer of paper towel and add about Ĺ tsp. of crushed eggshell. Pour in the oil, filling to the top, leaving enough space for the scene. If you donít fill it enough you will have an air bubble inside. Some oil will spill over which isnít a problem. Just wash the globe with dish soap and warm water and dry well. Twist the lid on tight! Shake well and enjoy.

* Glitter can be used instead of eggshell for the snow. Be sure to get the heavier glitter as the light weight variety will not fall like snow but float on top of the oil like a cloud.

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