Teach Me Tuesday: Olaf Snow Globe

Hi there friends! Only a couple days until Christmas…I can hardly believe it! In case you are looking for a fun winter craft or a quick gift your kiddos can make for their friends, you will love today’s post. Michelle, our Kids Crafts contributor, is back today to share the sweetest winter kiddo craft. Check out this Olaf Snow Globe! If you have a Frozen crazed kid like I do, they are bound to love this one!

Can you believe that we are right smack in the middle of the holidays?? Nothing is more amazing and stressful than the holidays and this is for sure a time that you want to keep those kids busy and amused so you can get some secret work accomplished! This is a great, quick and easy project that older kids can easily do with young kids and younger kids will get a kick out of for a while- Avery loves hers! Check out our new Olaf snow-globe!

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This started in two ways, first I found these fun fill-able snow globes for half off at Michael’s, super fun but any jar would work great for this too. I just liked this one because it was plastic and round.

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The second piece to this puzzle was found while cleaning Avery’s classroom, I was putting stuff away and located one of her MANY Olaf figures and I thought that she would love that in the snow-globe and it is obviously out of the current toy rotation so we can pretend I just picked it up for just such an occasion. Once you have your items for the inside of the snow-globe, you just want to hot glue them inside the lid. An adult or much older child (like teen) should do this step.


After that, I handed over the top to Avery and a few different glitter options to throw inside, natuarlly because she is my daughter, she chose them all. Good girl.

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I had a finer glitter, a bigger glitter and some snowflake sequins- all of them went in and I am pretty sure that she enjoyed this part!

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After that, add water and you are done! Time to glue on the lid and for this you can easily use a glue like E600 that takes longer to dry, just make sure it doesn’t get on the outside so that it can be played with immediately!

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Thanks Kara for letting me come over again today!

Michelle {Delicate Construction}

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  1. This is such a cute idea! My girls would LOVE to make these. They actually just got these tiny frozen characters in their stockings :) I think they will work out great!
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