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Does anyone know where to buy blank snow globes please?

(12 Posts)
BlackBettyBamALam Mon 10-Aug-15 06:58:04

Oops zombie thread alert!

BlackBettyBamALam Mon 10-Aug-15 06:55:06

Yellow Moon usually do them (I think they're part of Baker Ross)

lighteningirl Mon 10-Aug-15 06:49:23

I've got loads we buy them online and put photos in got the last lot from googling snow globes something plastics I think it was

icklekid Mon 10-Aug-15 06:49:02

How many do you want?
1 from poundland www.poundland.co.uk/stationery-and-crafts/arts-and-crafts/kids-crafts/glitter-dome-kit
More from baker ross www.bakerross.co.uk/design-a-snowstorm-1

However 2 for 99p sounds best bargain (also looking for some!)

susan2415 Mon 10-Aug-15 06:38:13

Try www.snowglobehq.com. They got a couple of good guides on making snow globes from scratch and with kits.

Here's the link:

snowglobehq.com/review-dyi-homemade-snow-globe-kit-by-national/

aerynsun Fri 13-Dec-13 07:48:12

99p store do them, I got 2 at the weekend

Moltobene Thu 12-Dec-13 22:42:03

Big branches of Boots do them- also they have snow globe baubles.

pizzachickenhotforyou Sat 30-Nov-13 10:28:02

Pound land and tiger

Primrose123 Sat 30-Nov-13 10:17:04

I'm sure I saw them in a tesco extra a few days ago. They were on an end display, with photo gifts that you could customise.

knittedslippersx3 Sat 30-Nov-13 10:09:11

I think Baker Ross might do them.

HowManyDaysUntilChristmas Sat 30-Nov-13 10:05:50

I've use upside down jam jars. Maybe as a last resort you could use a special looking glass jar with a screw lid?

ICameOnTheJitney Sat 30-Nov-13 09:52:26

I'd love to make my own but can't seem to find empty ones...anywhere in the UK! Am I missing something?

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