Who doesn’t love a stemless wine glass? Whether you drink wine or not, you’ll want to stock up on a few for this rustic holiday craft. And, since you can get the glasses at the dollar store, it’s inexpensive to create several of these woodland wonderland snow globes.
Here's what you'll need...
Stemless Wine Glasses
Round Wood Slices
Bottle Brush Trees
Miniature Pine Cones
Use a plastic knife to spread Snow-Tex onto the round wood slice. Once the wood is covered, use the flat side of the knife to gently press onto the Snow-Tex to create a fresh snow texture.
Remove the wooden base from the bottle brush trees using wire cutters. Press a tree and deer into the snow.
Place a stemless wine glass over the tree and deer and press into the snow to create a snow globe. As the Snow-Tex dries it will act as a glue to hold the trees, deer, and glasses in place.
Finish by adding a little of the Snow-Tex to the top of the snow globe and add miniature pine cones to the snow.
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