by | Oct 19, 2020 | Crafting, Reviews, Z

Last Updated: Nov 15, 2020 @ 1:56 pm.

What's the best snow globe kit? Making your own snow globes is a fun craft—and some kits even let you turn a favorite photo into a snow globe. If you want to give it a try, here are the kits we'd recommend.

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Best Snow Globe Kit

Looking for a fun rainy day activity with your kids? Making your own snow globes is a great idea! We tried out several kits with actual kids to find the ones that were easy—some let you add your own creative touches, while others are great for photos. Here are the kits we liked the best!

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Best Snow Globe Kit For Kids

Easy instructions, fun to do!
We loved this kit, with all the supplies you need to make 3 snow globes. Kid-friendly plastic can't shatter—and you can use their figurines or personalized the globes with your own items.
$17.24

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Best Photo Snow Globe Kit

Super simple to make
This snow globe kit holds two 2x4 photos and is quick to assemble—and you can customize the base with fabric, lettering and so on. Fun for kids or adults. Shatter-proof plastic = kid-friendly!

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Best Disney Fan Snow Globe Kit

Both silver and blue glitter

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