It may be mid-November, but it’s hard not to think about winter when the 10-day forecast calls for highs in the 30’s. BRRR!
So thanks to Mother Nature and Michaels, I was inspired to make these mason jar winter scenes. I love my Christmas village but I’m not quite ready to set it all up yet, so these mini scenes will hold me over until then. 🙂
- Mason jars (I used two large and one small)
- Buffalo Frosty Snow
- Filler: Christmas trees, deer, fence, anything small and not too heavy
- Wire cutters if you’re using the fence
It’s easy- remove the lids, fill the jars with a couple inches of snow, and then carefully add your trees and small items. I ended up not using the snowman because it kept sinking down into the snow.
So cute, right? These would be a fun project to have your kids help with too!
This Saturday, November 15th, Michaels stores are hosting Holiday Pinterest Parties from 1-4pm to encourage you to get crafty and make some holiday decor. There are 10 inspirational projects to guide you, but feel free to let your creativity shine!
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Very Sweet! Love the fence in the snow – so cute!
Thanks for the inspiration,
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Thanks so much Suzanne – glad you like it!
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Cute! This makes great holiday decor.
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Thanks Paula! I think they’re pretty cute, and of course the boys like them. 🙂
Joyce Jordan says
Love these jars and will be making some soon. I will try gluing a snowman to a circle of cardboard to see if it will sit up better. Just a sprinkle of snow over the cardboard will hide it.
Great idea Joyce! I may have to try that. 🙂