How do you make a snow globe step by step?

How do you make a snow globe step by step?

  1. Step 1: Secure your ornament to the lid. Using a glue gun, carefully glue the bottom of your tree ornament to the mason jar lid.
  2. Step 2: Add clear glue to your jar.
  3. Step 3: Add warm water and stir.
  4. Step 4: Add glitter and stir.
  5. Step 5: Place the lid.
  6. Step 6: Seal the jar tightly.
  7. Step 7: Shake and enjoy!

What is the ratio of glycerin to water for snow globe tumblers?

If you want a tumbler with tons of movement when it’s shake go with: 1/4 cup glycerin and 3/4 cups water. What is this? If you want a tumbler that moves more slowly and doesn’t settle as quickly I’d recommend using: 1/4 cup clear glue with 3/4 cups water.

How do you make a snowman out of paper plates?


  1. Neatly cut the middle out of a paper plate.
  2. The middle of the paper plate is used to make the snowman’s head.
  3. Glue cotton balls around the edge of the paper plate wreath.
  4. Using scraps of paper or card cut a hat, carrot nose and stick arms for your snowman.

Can you use baby oil instead of glycerin for snow globes?

It is important to not fill water all the way to the top! A good ratio is 1 cup of water, 3 teaspoons glycerin, and 3 teaspoons glitter. Glycerin can be substituted for olive oil, vegetable oil, or baby oil.

How are snow globes filled with water?

Many people think that snow globes are just filled with water. But some globes, especially ones from overseas, actually have a small amount of ethylene glycol (antifreeze) mixed in. This can help keep the water from freezing during shipping, but ethylene glycol can be very harmful if you swallow it.

Can you substitute baby oil for glycerin?

Glycerin has a density of about 1.2gm per cm3, while baby oil has density of 0.8. The less dense baby oil offers less resistance and I imagine will give quicker falling flakes of snow.