Snow globes are so fun, why only have them in the winter? These DIY snow globes are perfect for spring or summer. Instead of snow, use bright colored confetti and place painted animals or other small toys on the inside. This would make a great craft for a spring birthday party! Try making a DIY snow globe for spring using confetti for the perfect spring craft!
How do you make a DIY snow globe for spring? First, you will need to paint some plastic animals. Then, paint some lids of small jars. Next, cut up some card stock into confetti. Hot glue the painted animal to the bottom of the inside of the lid. Add your confetti and seal the jar shut to complete your DIY spring snow globe.
DIY Snow Globe For Spring Using Confetti
I love painting things – anything! Whether it’s spray painting an old light fixture or painting toys, I love it all. I made some painted animal canvases for Pearl’s room and it was SO fun. It’s one of my favorite projects ever. Well, I decided to break out the plastic toys again and paint them for a new project – animal confetti globes.
Who said snow globes had to be just for winter? There are so many DIY snow globe projects out there but I decided to make a spring version. Replace the Christmas trees for painted animals and the snow for confetti and you have a spring snow globe!
Materials Needed To Make DIY Snow Globes For Spring
Here’s what you will need:
How To Make DIY Snow Globes For Spring
1. Begin by giving your plastic animals a few coats of paint.
2. You also will want to pant the lids of the baby food jars as well.
3. Glue the animal to the underside of the lid once everything is dry.
4. Cut up some card stock into confetti or just use store bought! And add it to the jar.
I put it on the lid first, but realized that if you add it to the inside of the glass jar it works better.
5. Glue the lid on if you want it to be permanent.
Shake it up and enjoy!
Wouldn’t these be the cutest birthday party favors!? Make some of these confetti globes in all colors and sizes.
For another fun way to use plastic animals, check out how I made these mini animal canvases!
And for more fun and colorful DIY kids projects, check out my other tutorials!
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