Superhero snow globe … According to my grandson, this is the coolest thing I’ve ever made. Which is awesome, because he’s the whole reason I made them 🙂 Creating a snow globe is super, duper easy – a project you can make in about 2 minutes that will have the superheroes in your life something to cheer about. And it’s a cute way to either use old toys or with new ones.
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DIY Superhero Snow Globe
Start with by putting a healthy amount of hot glue on the center of the inside of the lid. These figurines have a little base they sit on, making it easy to attach them.
Center the figurine on the lid and sit aside to cool while you make some snow.
Inside the jar, pour in about 1/2 a tablespoon of blue, silver and white glitter. You could use a little more or a little less – and you can mix up the colors depending on what you’d like. (I used leftover glitter from my Starry Night Luminaries.)
Next fill the jar to the very top with water. All the way to the rim where you think it might overflow.
Carefully insert your lid, making sure to center it where you want the figurine to show. The jar WILL overflow, so be prepared to clean up a bit of water with some paper towels. If it doesn’t overflow, you’ll have air pockets. If you do have an air pocket, remove the ring and lid, then add a bit more water and try again.
Once you’ve got the air bubbles out, tighten the lid and clean up everything with a few paper towels.
Want to see it in action? Watch below: