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Snow Globe Mason Jar Toppers

Need a cute homemade Christmas gift idea? Check out these crazy simple Snow Globe Mason Jar Toppers! A super easy DIY idea

I love to give homemade Christmas gifts! There is something so special about getting a mason jar of homemade hot cocoa mix or Chocolate Mug Cake mix as a gift.  We make these every year and give them to friends, and family. This year we are doing something a little different, and we are dressing up our jar mixes with these Snow Globe Mason Jar Toppers.  Talk about a crazy simple way to fancy up a homemade gift!

(Get the Homemade Hot Cocoa Mix Recipe Here)

Supplies

Need a cute homemade Christmas gift idea? Check out these crazy simple Snow Globe Gift Mason Jars! A super easy diy idea

How to Make

Need a cute homemade Christmas gift idea? Check out these crazy simple Snow Globe Gift Mason Jars! A super easy diy idea

Take your Krazy glue and run a thin line of it around the edge of your mason jar lid ring.

Set 1/2 of one of the fillable ornaments right on the glue to form your dome. I love using the Krazy Glue for this because it sets so fast and it holds very well. Just place the dome right on the glue and leave it to sit for a couple of minutes to dry.

Need a cute homemade Christmas gift idea? Check out these crazy simple Snow Globe Mason Jar Toppers! A super easy DIY idea

I then Krazy Glued one of the mini ornaments to the mason jar lid along with a cotton ball that I pulled apart. You can also just use fake snow, but I didn’t have any.

Need a cute homemade Christmas gift idea? Check out these crazy simple Snow Globe Mason Jar Toppers! A super easy DIY idea

I did top it with some snow confetti which is so so cute!

Just place your dome on the mason jar lid and screw it down on your jar. You can decorate it with a piece of ribbon. That is it! It adds a bit of WOW to your Mason Jar Mixes. Just tie on one of these Printable Gift Tags, and you are ready to go.

What Size Mason Jar?

I have had a lot of questions about what kind of jar or which size I used. For the jars pictured I used 4 oz Mason Jelly Jars. You can use this technique on any mason jar you choose. Just make sure the lid is regular mouth sized.

Other Tips

  • I know I mention Krazy glue, but you could do this with a hot glue gun as well.
  • Decorating the edge of the lid really camouflages the joint of the dome and the ring plus, it looks super cute too!
  • Don’t limit yourself to Christmas! These can be decorated for any holiday or season!

Jar Filler Ideas

Fill your mason jar with so many fun treats!

Snow Globe Mason Jar Toppers

Need a cute homemade Christmas gift idea? Check out these crazy simple Snow Globe Mason Jar Toppers! A super easy DIY idea
Print Recipe
Cook Time:10 mins
Total Time:10 mins

Instructions

  • Take your Krazy glue and run a thin line of it around the edge of your mason jar lid ring. You can also use hot glue.
  • Set 1/2 of one of the fillable ornaments right on the glue to form your dome. Just place the ornament dome right on the glue and leave it to sit for a couple of minutes to dry. (If you have the one with the plastic tab just use scissors to cut it off.
  • Krazy Glue or hot glue one of the mini ornaments to the mason jar lid along with a cotton ball that you pull apart. You can also just use fake snow, but I didn't have any. You can even use some snow confetti.
  • Just place your dome on the mason jar lid and screw it down on your jar. You can decorate it with a piece of ribbon. That is it! It adds a bit of WOW to your Mason Jar Mixes.
  • Just tie on one of these Printable Gift Tags, and you are ready to go.

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Servings: 12 toppers
Author: Amanda Carlisle

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12 Comments

  1. Do you use plastic fillable ornaments or the bath bomb molds? Wouldn’t the ornaments have the little hanging tabs on them that would prevent them being glued down evenly to the jar ring?

  2. Me and my 5 year old were looking forward to making these but I cant find the fillable ornaments that open anywhere bit online and we will not get them in time if I order now. Any other suggestions of what I could use to make this.

  3. These are adorable!! Pinning for Christmas. I have a tea drinker so I think some loose tea and a tea ball inside. So many ideas, Thaak You for sharing!!

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