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A SnowScape Cloche

I tend to get a little craftier around the holidays. Last year I saw some beautiful glass snowscapes in a local gift shop and I loved them - but they were quite expensive - especially when I knew I could probably make one just as cute myself. So, this year I did and I thought I'd share with you guys! All of the items are from Wal-mart and Michaels and cost about $18 total.


What you need:
- Scenery items (I used two bottle-brush trees and a church ornament all from Wal-Mart)
- Wooden base (Michaels, then painted it white)
- Decorations for trees (not required)
- Wide-mouth glass vase
- Tinsel glitter (I just wanted an excuse to use Martha Stewart's new line of tinsel glitter)
- Spray adhesive
- Glue gun
- Ribbon


Step 1: Paint the wooden base with white paint, spray with glue adhesive and sprinkle with tinsel glitter and allow to dry.
Step 2: Spray bottle-brush trees and church with adhesive glue and sprinkle tons of tinsel glitter on them (My little guy and I did this outside. I sprayed and he shook the glitter and had a blast! BTW, we had glitter everywhere, but it was fun!)
Step 3:  Use glue gun to attach minature gold ornaments to trees
Step 4: Glue trees and church to wooden base
Step 5: Cover with glass vase, ribbon optional

And that's it! I have it on my mantel with greenery and gold accents and I'm loving it!



  1. This is so beautiful! I am definitely going to give it a try!

  2. that is such a crafty idea and it turned out so pretty. i keep trying to think of excuses to buy lots of martha stewart glitter and now i have one. sweet.


  3. beautiful job! don't you just love the martha glitter?

  4. My goodness! This is BEAUTIFUL! And now on my growing list of crafts to do while on break from school...

  5. oh my goodness, I love it! Great idea and beautiful job!

  6. I left you something on my blog.

  7. So cute! You are sooo crafty Wendy =)

  8. That is so lovely! Love the little church. I think I might go snag one at Target!


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