Make a Glass Bowl Snowman #TigerStrypesBlog 8

snowmanHow to Make a Glass Bowl Snowman

It’s hard to believe that Christmas is almost here.  These days seem to be flying by, and I’m thankful that I start shopping for Christmas on December 26th of the year before.  Saves me time and stress of having to make sure that everyone has their gift on time.  Being in another state than most family, we have to ship a bunch, so that makes it extra hard to have to plan late.

I wanted to make something fun and easy for this craft.  My son’s birthday is coming up, our racing season is coming to an end (1st place – yippee) and I just don’t have much time to do a detailed craft.  This one is easy, inexpensive and is great to decorate any room, or even give as a gift!

I hope you like it!! Have a blessed day, and please be sure to comment on and share this fun #Christmas craft!!

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Glass Bowl Snowman


Materials/Tools Used for Each:

  • (2) Glass Bowls
  • Fake Snow
  • Miniatures
  • Craft Paper
  • Cricut Explore
  • Tape/Glue
  • Craft Foam
  • & Time! 

Glass Bowl Snowman Instructions:

I started by using a design with my Cricut Explore software to create a hat for the snowman.  I just measured the top bowl opening and sized it to fit over the top.



Next, using some craft foam and little miniatures (trees & bear) that I found at our local craft store, I glued the pieces into place to keep them sturdy, when placed in the bowl.



When the glue was dry, I put the pieces into the bowls that I was using for each portion of the snowman.  However you decide to break them up, is totally up to you.  Using some “faux snow”, I filled up the bottom of the bowls to hide the foam pieces.



When they were all full, I placed the top bowl onto the bottom one to form the glass bowl snowman

When that was done, I put the hat on top and decorated the desk area in my office.  This would be perfect in an entry way, a living area or even giving as a gift.


I hope you like it!  Please take a minute to leave me a comment.  Let me know what you would do different, or what you would add, etc.  Be sure to tweet, pin, share, etc. – thanks!!



“Like snow in summer or rain in harvest, honor is not fitting for a fool.” –Proverbs 26:1



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7 years ago

How adorable and looks easy enough for some decor

7 years ago

This is a cute idea but would take time to make! I’m at that stage of my life where most of the gifts I have to give are in the form of gift cards–it does make life easier!!

7 years ago

These are so cute! Plus they look so easy to do.

Gladys Parker
7 years ago

How adorable! I just love holiday crafts, not making them, just looking at them. So festive! It actually looked easy enough even for me.