DIY Dollar Tree Rustic Winter Snowglobe

Updated: Dec 8, 2020

Making a glamorus and amazing snowglobe is as easy, just as simple as going down to your local Dollar Tree and picking up some Christmas supplies and make something!


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To see how I made this snowglobe check out the video below.

I grabbed some supplies from the Dollar Tree (glas vase, gold tree, wood oval, twine, and floral spray), plus some Poly-Fil® Poly Pellets®, and Xyron Hot Glue.

Start by gluing the the tree to the base of the wood oval with the Xyron Multi Stick Hot Glue Gun. The fill the glass vase with the Poly-Fil® Poly Pellets® and add hot glue to the rim of the vase and place the wood oval on top.

Add a little extra glue to the wood and vase to help seal everything in.

Last add in the pine cones, greenery, and felt flowers to make it a little extra!

Now you just turn it up and down to make the snow cover your tree, the Poly-Fil® Poly Pellets® make wondrful snow pellets, they have a great sound and look great!

What fun holiday crafty item will you make?


Supplies Used

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