Spring No-Snow Globe

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Spring No-Snow Globe
Total Time 1 to 2 hours Ages school-age

Here's a twist on the traditional snow globe: fabric flowers, plastic figures, and a pinch of glitter in a recycled jar celebrate the coming of the warmer season.

What you'll need

  • Clean jar with lid
  • Fabric flowers
  • Small plastic figures
  • Hot glue gun
  • Floral wire (optional)
  • Glitter and confetti
  • Teflon tape, also called plumber's tape, found in hardware stores
  • Scissors
  • Green paper

How to make it

  1. Turn the lid upside down. Loosely arrange the flowers and figures on it, periodically placing the jar over the items to check for fit.

  2. Use the hot glue gun to adhere the flowers and figures to the lid. To attach the butterfly in our globe, we first hot-glued the figure to one end of a piece of floral wire, then hot-glued the wire's other end to the lid.

  3. Fill the jar with water to within a half inch from the top and add the glitter and confetti.

  4. Dry the rim of the jar and wrap one layer of Teflon tape around the threads to ensure a leak-proof seal. Immerse the decorations in the jar and tighten the lid.

  5. Cut and fringe the green paper to make a decorative base and glue it around the lid.

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