Here’s a Christmas craft you can do in less than 15 minutes! Even your kids can do this one; they’ll love the glitter part of it, I’m sure!
To make this craft, you need:
- Small figurine
- Wide-mouthed glass jar
- Strong adhesive
- (optional) Spray paint for lid
First, remove any paper or markings on your glass jar. Use hot soapy water and let it soak, and it should come off easily if it was glued to the glass.
I spray-painted my lid, but then in the end decided to wrap a ribbon around the bottom. Either way works!
After your lid is prepped, it is time to glue the figurine to the center of your lid. Super glue, hot glue, or E-6000 are good glues for this project because they are waterproof.
Glue the figuring to the center of your lid. I got my cute little nativity figurine at Rod Works in Gilbert. It was only a few bucks, and now I want more! Rod Works is on the corner of Higley and Ray in South Gilbert, for all you interested locals.
Once the glue has dried, fill your jar with water and sprinkle in a teaspoon of glitter, or more if you like! Screw the lid on tightly!
Flip your jar over and make sure the water isn’t coming out. On my first turn, I got glittery water all over myself… so I filled up more water and just screwed it on tighter the second time around :)
Then I wrapped a ribbon around the bottom for a little more color, and I was done! I have it sitting next to a vinyl decoration I made using some scrap wood, wood stain, and my Silhouette SD.