DIY Doll Snowglobe

Hey Readers! We have yet another Dollidays post for you! This is our first ever DIY on our blog, and today we are going to be showing you how to make doll snowglobes.

Materials:                                                                                                                                                  ~ Doll-Sized Jar (we found ours at Target a while ago. it was filled with paperclips)              ~ Water (enough to fill the jar almost to the top)                                                                             ~ Glitter (read below to learn more about the glitter)                                                                  ~Any mini object (Trees, Animals…read about our mini objects down below)

The mini objects that we have are pencil toppers from Target. Sadly, we could not find a link for you guys, but pencil toppers work great as they are the perfect size. Displayed up above, we have a snowman and a penguin.

Sorry about the poor lighting in this picture. We got the glitter in a four-pack from Target. The great part about this glitter is that once you are done, you can reuse the jars for another doll craft!

Onto the actual steps on how to make it…



Step 1: Fill the jar almost to the top. Our jar fit about 1/4 cup of water, but it depend on the size of your jar. Do not fill it all the way to the top because once you add the mini object the water will rise. Next, add any type of glitter you would like. We use some silver glitter to resemble snow, and some blue because it added some nice color.


Step 2: Glue the mini object to the lid of your jar. Make sure your glue is water proof!

Step 3: Turn the lid upside down and screw in onto the jar. Sorry this picture is blurry. Our camera wasn’t focusing too well.

Step 4: Flip it over so that the lid is on the bottom and TA-DA!

This craft is super cute, and looks great in your doll’s room during the holidays or can even look great in a photoshoot or photostory.

If you decide to do this craft, we would love to see pictures. You can email them to us at

Well, that’s enough writing for today so…

Write to you next time.

~Tori, Bella, and the dolls


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