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How to make homemade Snow Globes!
A homemade snow globe is a childhood must! You can use some plastic figurines lying about the house, or even some old LEGO pieces.
- small glass jar
- a plastic figurine
- glycerin (optional: while it’s not necessary, it makes the glitter float better)
- glue (we used a hot glue gun, but superglue should work too)
- Decide what you would like to put in your snow globe. We used a some Christmas decorations
- Glue, place, and stick your plastic figurine to the inside of the jar lid
- Fill your jar with water and/or glycerin and add glitter—1-2 teaspoons.
- Screw the lid on the jar — glue it if you’re concerned about your child trying to open it
- Shake your jar or tip it upside down to make it snow!
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What you need
- sheets of orange paper or card
- scraps of black paper or card
- You can make big lanterns out of a whole A4 sheet, or cut the A4 sheet in half to make smaller ones. A combination of big and small looks good.
- Fold your sheet of orange paper in half lengthways.
- Now, with the fold edge facing you, cut 1cm slits all along the length of the folded piece of paper. (Don’t cut right to the edges; just make the slits sit about 4cm from each edge).
- Open the piece of paper out.
- Now roll it into a lantern shape – secure each short edge together with a stapler to form a cylinder.
- Use your scraps of black paper to glue eyes, nose and a mouth onto your spooky lantern.
- When you have at least four lanterns, you can use a hole punch to make holes in the tops and then string them together to hang up outside your house for Halloween.
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