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How to make a snow globe

How to make a snow globe
A fun twist to a traditional winter craft. Learn how to make waterless snow globes. I’ve been meaning to make these for the last few years! It’s such an easy craft and the possibilities are endless! What you need: *you can find all of these supplies at a local craft store like Michaels or Hobby Lobby, or Amazon (click the links to find them on Amazon)

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