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Ok are you ready for another easy holiday DIY? Well I told you my theme this year was winter wonderland and I have been on a kick making snowglobes. (Check out these super cute snowglobe ornaments I made for the tree).
This DIY snowglobe tray is a pretty way to serve your holiday cookies or treats. Scroll down to see how I made it and re-create it for yourself!
DIY snowglobe tray
You will need: (linking everything towards the end of this post)
- glass or plastic jar with a lid.
- a large plate or charger
- hot glue
- faux snow
- bottle brush tree
- rub n buff
1.) Start by heating up your hot glue gun.
2.) Unscrew the lid to your jar. Add a dab of hot glue to the bottom of the bottle brush tree and place inside in the center of the jar.
3.) Allow to dry for a few minutes and then fill the jar with faux snow.
4.) Place in any other decorative items you want to use. I did some bells and a pinecone.
5.) I was using a gold charger as the tray and wanted it to match the lid to the jar. I squeezed a little rub n buff on the lid and rubbed it in using a paper towel then let dry.
6.) Screw the lid back on your jar.
7.) Again using your hot glue gun, draw a circle of glue on top of the lid then place the charger on top.
8.) Allow to dry then serve your treats.
And if you’re looking for some delicious holiday treats, I’ve got the recipe for my pistachio thumbprint cookies and 15 other sweets. Click here.
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