snow definitely not being a likelihood any time soon in the Netherlands, this Christmas I'll just enjoy the tiny white world within this snowglobe 😁. And a little video to go with it.
it's far from perfect as the glass has cracked, there's an airbubble I could not get away - believe me I've tried - the water got cloudy because of the glitter or something and it's leaking from the bottom of the wood, but I still think it's fun! Luckily I could get the the gap at the end of the crack under the side of the base so at least the water wouldn't go through there. The crack just adds character to it. Or something 😉.
the initial idea was to put a light in the house, seriously: don't you just love optimism? I sometimes forget how small things have to be. I could hardly make - or handle - that tiny house (a sliver of wood really, square shaped with a triangular one on top to get the houseshape, with a slightly bigger sliver of paper for a roof and a base that I painted grey), let alone make windows and a hole in it to put the tiniest light available in. For timerelated and other reasons I had to forgo on that light anyway and it was in the process of making the teeny tiny house I realized how absolutely impossible that would have been, silly girl me ;p. While I'm aware of the fact that most snowglobes don't even have lights, it just had seemed a fun thing to add.
how about a big bowl of Christmas-m&m's? they were instant from Christmastreats I had. There are always a bunch of them loose in the package. I just left out the white ones. I think they are pretty much to scale. Yummie huh?
I hope you all have wonderful holidays & I also wish you the very best, magical & blessed New Year you can have: make it a great one!