DIY - Mason Jar Snow Globes

Let's set the scene: Our favorite Michael Buble's Christmas Song is playing: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, lots of presents under the christmas tree, and the cinnamon candle's scent is wafting through the house. We are so excited because Christmas is coming! There's no denying this season is the best time of the year! Christmas is the perfect occasion to spending time with family and friends, enjoy the beautiful decor (and good foods!) Hohoho.. Therefore, We want to make our little home more personal and spark christmas spirit with do-it-yourself decorations. If you are looking for a simple, quick, and easy way to decorate your space. Perhaps this is your lucky day. Make your own with this DIY - Mason Jar Snow Globes.

Here’s what you will need:

The best part from this DIY project is you can customize with your own ideas. If you don't have a little tree, you can place with little plastic santa, deer or other christmas figurines. We won't shake the jar so we keep this waterless and we want to add more snow later. Moreover, If you don't have a mason jar, you can use a goblet glass or re-use baby food jars. 

What to do:
1. Remove the lid from a mason jar. Just place a christmas tree on the lid. Make sure that the tree is centered to fit inside the jar. You don't need a glue if you want to use this jar later. We need this jar after this holiday season hohoho.. not to mention, we hate to remove sticky residue. 
2. Pour down the salt as much as you like. You can use glitter if you choose to add water inside the jar. If you have a small fairy light, you can place inside as well. 
3. Close the jar upside down. 
4. You can use jute twine, paper rope, ribbon or anything to complete the look. 
5. Oh, we just love the little santa, it's a perfect addition for the little tree. 

We hope your room will look as festive as possible. Keep in mind that this little decor are great to place around your home. We hope you enjoy making this little project as much as we did. It's a great craft to do with the kids as well! Happy DIY and Merry Christmas from our Family to Yours! :)