December 2, 2011

✥ Snow Globe Ornament ✥

I've got another ornament for ya!
I pinned this awhile back, it's a snow globe ornament! So, so cute!
 
I have to use my rhino as a model, as alas, I cannot take my own picure while holding the ornaments.
 And believe me, I've tried!! {shaky, shaky}

Wanna make one?
I used clear glass ornaments from Michael's. This is a large ball, I got a box of four for 3$ {they were 50% off.} 
For the tree I used a little round bush you would buy for a Christmas village set, like for train set or whatev. I trimmed the shrub into a tree shape and trimmed the plastic base to fit into the globe, using regular scissors.
Then I used Epson Salt's for snow in the bottom of the globe and added some Martha Stewart glitter.
I added some white paint to the tips of the tree to make it look snow covered. {Although catching the detail on film may be beyond my photography skills!}

What about you all, are you pinning like crazy, or what? Have you made anything from Pinterest, latey? How about holiday crafts? 
Thanks for stopping by. 

I'm also linked up here.

23 comments:

  1. You are on a roll with these awesome ornaments! Super cute! And I love how your Rhino is a good model for them. :) Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Nice!! I love the simplicity.

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  3. I have just had a good look at your previous posts-you sure have been busy! I love your ornaments!

    My Pinning & Singing Pinterest party is on now so please pop by and say hi if you have 5 minutes!

    Best Christmas wishes,
    Natasha.

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  4. wow! I think I need a rhino to help with my pictures! This is really cute, but how did you glue the tree down inside the ornament? I can't quite wrap my head around it. I'm your newest follower!

    Alecia @ chickenscratchny.blogspot.com

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  5. So cute! I keep showing all of these amazing things to Casey! he agrees that you are awesome:) I love this one! Oh Christmas!

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  6. Very nice! LOVE the white rhino, very modern. Come stop by and follow my blog? :) Hannah from ww.Hannahhandmade.blogspot.com

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  7. YOurs turned out great Becca! I love it! Great job :)

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  8. I would love for you to stop by and link up your ornaments to my 25 Days of Christmas Ornaments linky party.
    http://singingthreelittlebirds.blogspot.com/2011/11/25-days-of-christmas-ornaments-linky.html
    Thanks,
    Julie

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  9. Very cute! I love the epsom salt idea for the snow. I was wondering about what to use. Thanks for sharing. And I personally love it hanging from the rhino!

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  10. How pretty! It's so elegant!

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  11. Gorgeous! Love the snow!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  12. It's great! I have a bunch of these clear glass balls I bought last year at Michael's too. I love the idea. Thanks!

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  13. So pretty and simple! I love it!!

    Leanne @ because (i think) i can

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  14. ADORABLE filled ornament globes! Nicely done!

    Visiting via: Fingerprints On The Fridge today :D
    Smiles, Suzanne in Snowy NW Illinois

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  15. This might be my fave but I love all the ornaments you made!

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  16. Cute ornament! I love how you displayed it! Stopping by from Centsational Girl.

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  17. Love the simple elegance of the tree ornament. Quite beautiful!

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  18. This is really gorgeous. In fact I love all of the ornaments you made :)

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  19. Another gorgeous ornament! I just love these - and the photos with the rhino look so good!

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  20. Wowza - so wish I could go out and get all the supplies to make these. Alas, I have put myself on a craft supply diet (in lieu of a Christmas cookie diet...though I'm not sure which is harder).

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  21. Wow these are really cute! I like the epsom salt/glitter idea. Where did you get that gorgeous rhino? My daughter loves them!

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  22. How cool is that?! Now, how do you get the tree to stand up in the salt? I feel like if I tried, mine would fall over. Thanks for linking up!

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