Step 1Start by cutting a piece of foam into a small rectangular shape about 1/2 ″ large and enough time that it fits snugly inside the white wine glass about a third of the way up. I utilized some white foam that I saved from some packaging– if you dont have any foam on hand, you can utilize corrugated cardboard rather.
Plastic wine glasses (bottom stems not needed).
White tacky glue.
Scrap foam pieces.
These appeals arent exactly snow worlds given that there isnt any snow or confetti within, but theyre likewise not quite dioramas either. The transparent dome actually made me believe of snow globes though so I thought why not? I discovered these disposable wine glasses in my craft stash and thought they would be the best cover for these snow world beauties.
These appeals arent exactly snow globes because there isnt any snow or confetti inside, but theyre also not rather dioramas either. The transparent dome really made me believe of snow globes though so I believed why not? If you used silver glitter, the clouds would have a silver lining! I found these non reusable red wine glasses in my craft stash and thought they would be the perfect cover for these snow world appeals. (If youre utilizing cardboard instead of foam here, you may require to utilize a craft knife to pre-poke holes before sticking the pipe cleaners in.).
Step 3Gently loosen up a cotton ball so that its wispy and long. Tear a bit off and cover it around the foam rainbow base to hide it. I didnt end up needing to utilize any glue here to protect it since the cotton ball sticks to itself a bit as you cover it, but do not hesitate to use little dabs of white glue if needed to make sure it remains in place.
Action 4Slide the rainbow up into the white wine glass dome. It ought to fit great and snugly! Do a few test shakes– if it sits tight truly well, you can leave it as-is, however you can likewise sneak a few more dabs of white glue (or hot glue if you prefer) onto the cloud base to secure it to the sides of the red wine glass.
Action 5Trace the red wine glass onto a piece of blue cardstock and eliminate. Use an incredibly thin line of white glue along the rim of the red wine glass and then press onto the cardstock circle to secure in place.
Step 6To add a little handle to the top, wrap a pipe cleaner (or ribbon or cable) around the leading stem of the white wine glass and connect a loop. Use glue to protect in location if required.
Pull the excess pipeline cleaner ends through the bottom of the foam and trim as needed so that theyre safe and just little bits of pipeline cleaner are visible on the bottom side. (If youre using cardboard instead of foam here, you may require to utilize a craft knife to pre-poke holes prior to sticking the pipe cleaners in.).