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Easy Glitter Snowman & Tree

Easy Glitter Snowman & Tree
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This easy glitter snowman & tree are inexpensive and super easy to make. Great for kids, girls night out, party favors, gifts, winter decor, etc.

Let’s start with the Snowman…

You’ll need:
Glass Snowman (Thrift Store)
Pledge Floor Care Finish (Walmart)
White & Black Glitter (Hobby Lobby)
Black Permanent Marker or Black Acrylic Paint
White iridescent glitter nail polish – optional
Flicker Candle (Dollar Tree) – optional

Pour the Pledge into the snowman.

Swirl the Pledge all over the glass.

Pour the extra Pledge back into the jar.



Pour glitter into the glass jar. Shake the glitter all over the jar. I did black glitter in the hat, and white glitter in the body.

Dump the extra out and if it’s dry you can put it back in your glitter jar.

Let the inside dry completely – about 24 hours.

I colored the face and scarf in with a permanent marker. You could use acrylic paint as well. Once that dried I coated it with white iridescent glitter nail polish. The nail polish came from the Dollar Tree.

Optional – add a battery operated flicker tealight candle.



Now on to the Tree…

You’ll need:
Glass Tree (Thrift Store or order on Amazon)
Pledge Floor Care Finish (Walmart)
Glitter of your choice (Hobby Lobby)
Optional Embilishments – jewels, rhinestones, bows, ribbon, etc.
Battery Operated Tealight (Dollar Tree) – optional
Pour the Pledge into the snowman. Swirl the Pledge all over the glass.
Pour the extra Pledge back into the jar.
Pour glitter into the glass jar. Shake the glitter all over the jar, and dump the extra out. If it’s dry you can put it back in your glitter jar.



Let the inside dry completely – about 24 hours.
Optional – add a battery operated flicker tealight candle. Optional embellishments below…

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Comments (20)

  • Adorable, my friend! And I think both my son and I would have fun making something like this 🙂 Also, the addition of the rhinestones on the tree set it off perfectly.

    Happy week to you! Hugs! Stephanie-The Enchanting Rose

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    • Thank you Stephanie, if you do give it a try please send me pictures as I’d love to see what you make. I love the bling and sparkle as well 🙂

      Big hugs back to you my friend 🙂

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  • These are ADORABLE! I love them. Just when I was thinking that you could put some gems on the tree, (having spent time at Dollar Tree where they have sticky gems for kids) in the NEXT picture you showed the gems on the tree! Great minds think alike my friend. 🙂

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    • Thanks Linda, I absolutely love these and am addicted to making them. I have made some more with the iridescent fake snow and multi color confetti. The possibilities to decorate these are endless. You are right great minds do think alike. Sending hugs my friend!

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  • So cute. Love the battery light that you added. Thanks for linking up to More The Merrier Monday.

    Jamie
    http://diyhsh.com/

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  • I have made ornaments galore using this method this Christmas but never once did I stop to think about what ELSE I could coat in floor finish and glitter; I love these. I especially love the snowman with the tealight inside. Thanks for sharing with us at the Virtual Refrigerator. Pinned.

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    • Thank you and thanks for the Pin. Once you get started doing other things with this method it becomes quite addicting 🙂

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  • oh.. I want to try this. would be easy enough to do for other seasons as well….

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    • Thank you Annette, it is a ton of fun to do and once you get started making them the possibilities are endless. I made pumpkins for the fall as well.

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  • Wow, another idea that is so cute. I love these and I know my grandchildren would love making them too! Thank you for sharing at Party in Your PJs. I’ve pinned and shared!

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    • Thank you Teresa, you are so sweet! Thank you for the Pin and for stopping by. If you make them, I’d love to see pictures please 🙂

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  • I have one of those glass trees. Looks like a great way to update it! Thanks for sharing at The Blogger’s Pit Stop! Roseann from http://www.thisautoimmunelife.com

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    • Thank you Roseann, it’s so much fun to do and it can get a little addicting with all the different ways you can update them. 🙂

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  • What a great tip to use Pledge Floor Finish! I’ve never heard of that, but what a perfect use. Thanks for this great tip. 🙂 Liz

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    • Thank you Liz, I first learned about this as people were doing it inside clear ornaments… then I thought humm why not other things 🙂

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  • I had no idea you could use floor finish like this. They look great, especially with the battery tea lights inside.

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  • Wow! These are beautiful! I would have never thought to use floor finish for this. Thank you for sharing.

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