*I got a chance to check out the Dollar TreeValue Seeker's Club and recreate this fun craft as a part of a sponsored post through Blueprint Social. As always, all thoughts opinions and photos are my own.
I love wandering around the Dollar Tree looking for things I can use in a craft. Sometimes though, it's nice to have a little direction and a specific project in mind. Today I'm sharing a fun and easy craft that I found at the Dollar TreeValue Seeker's Club. It's free to join, and full of great craft ideas, decor tips, money saving solutions, insider information, and even contests. There's all kinds of new ideas that are shared there, and it's an especially great source of inspiration for us crafty people.
You can get everything you need to make these snow globes at the Dollar Tree, from the lidded jars, to glue and glitter. Since there isn't any water in them, you can get really creative and put all sorts of fun things inside, even family photos. I especially love the vintage look of the jars and bottle brush trees together. You can view this project's tutorial here. I also added some glue and white glitter to the inside top of the jar to make it look like it was snowing.
If you've found a project you love from the Dollar TreeValue Seeker's Club, you can easily print the sheets from home and take them to the store with you, or save them to your computer to check out later. I have quite a few saved on my computer.
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