11.24.2013

Bottle Brush Snow Globe


The holidays are approaching and I've been busy!

(Which is why you haven't seen much of me lately...)

But here's a little peek at one of the items I've been creating in my crafting lair (aka the garage):


The big one is in a pickle jar.

Because you know I like using those one gallon pickle jars:


...and the little one is in a Bonne Maman jar (because it would just be sinful to throw one of those away).


I got my bottle brush trees at Michael's where they were 40% off (hollah!) but if you don't have a Michael's nearby, you can purchase an assortment HERE.

I added a little lettering with my Silhouette and filled the bottom with epsom salts and glitter.

I think the finished product will make a nice centerpiece on my dining room table.

Although maybe I should just keep it in the garage.  (At least there I can appreciate it...)

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11 comments

  1. so cute! I can never think of any mason jar things to do. I just use them for storing food. How boring!

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  2. I am not sure when it happened but I have completely fallen in love with bottle brush trees. I've added a few to my holiday decor this year but I didn't realize I could find even more at Michaels. I think I know what I'll be doing tomorrow. I love this sweet little project of yours. And, I am glad to see that even though you have been busy, you are still making a bit of time for crafting. You have been missed.

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  3. so cute ! i shared the link here : http://www.pinterest.com/lemondedis2/christmas-diy/

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  4. Just got some of those trees and was wondering about what to use for "snow". Thanks!

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  5. So cute! I just made one with a little tree and snow...simple but cute! :) Have a lovely week! xo Holly

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  6. I love this idea! It´s so cute! :)

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  7. We just made a few of these out of items we found at the dollar store! So creative.

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  8. Were did you get the lettering for the one Id like to get some and have no idea where to look for it thanks

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    1. Kimberly, I made those letters using my Silhouette which is a machine that cuts paper, vinyl, etc. If you'd like, I could do a custom listing for you in my etsy shop (https://www.etsy.com/shop/acasarella). I'd charge you $8 for the same lettering you see here, plus $125 shipping. Let me know if you're interested.--Elena

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  9. These are great! I really need to start using my Silhouette more often.

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