Hi Guys!!! I don’t know about you, but I love my little snow globe terrariums. I just uploaded this video tutorial today on youtube. They’re such a great way to bring the outdoors and green plants inside, but now with winter coming I wanted to bring some snow inside instead! Here is a super easy Holiday project you can do with the family. I especially love this DIY because it reminds me so much of playing make-believe. How many of you were dreamers growing up? Me! I used to daydream of my make-believe world and now I can finally make it! These winter terrrariums are so fun and beautiful to look at. They’re like big snow globes. Today’s #DIYmas we’re going to bring our imagination to life and put them in glass jars!
Let’s get started, shall we? Read more after the click…
1. First, clean your glass jar! This project is so cute, you’ll definitely want to have a clear look at your finished terrarium without a smudge.
2. Fill the bottom with epson salt or craft sand. Because every jar is different, use as much as looks good to you! Just make sure there is enough to “plant” your ornaments firmly.
3. Decorate! I found this adorable little winter lodge, and painted it gold, but you can use old christmas ornaments, small trees, little figurines, winter garlands… the possibilities are endless! If you want to have a certain color scheme you can always paint your objects like I did, but this project doesn’t require painting. The most important thing is to bring your idea of winter into your home!
4. To finish, you can lightly sprinkle some glitter over your finished scene to create snow, and enjoy!
I love looking at my terrariums while I’m sitting by the fireplace, so I have them sitting on my end table, but where would you place yours? Let me know in the comments below! Of course, don’t forget to tag and credit me #DIYmas or #DIYwithAnn so I can find all your winter wonderland landscapes, and I’ll be back very soon with our final #DIYmas Home Decor challenge of the week… See you then!