This post is sponsored by InComm and The Women Bloggers. All opinions are my own.
We all have ’em in our lives: the people who already have everything. The ones who would rather go ahead and just buy the exact things that they already want rather than let someone else get it for them. I have a couple people like that, and one of them is my husband, bless his heart.
And then there’s me, who really loves finding heartfelt gifts for people and doesn’t really love just going the gift card route.
There’s hope though y’all – a middle ground where everyone gets what they want, a kind of gift-giving nirvana.
DIY CHRISTMAS GIFT CARD SNOWGLOBES!!!
Seriously y’all, how cute are these?! You take a pint-size mason jar, a cotton ball, $0.74 Christmas trees from the Christmas decor section at Walmart, and a handful of your favorite holiday gift cards and voila! Easy peasy.
When I say I know people who have everything I really mean it, so when I created these little pint-sized masterpieces I went with the Vanilla Mastercard Gift Card Multi-pack, which has more than $6 off the purchase charge and exclusive holiday designs. They go with anything, although there are a ton of other amazing options available for the holiday purchaser at Walmart. I’m not the boss of your snow globes, guys – you do you!
So how exactly did I make these little cuties? Well, here’s the list of all you’ll need:
- 3 pint-size mason jars with lids
- 3 miniature Christmas trees (found in the holiday decor section at my local store)
- 6 cotton balls
- 3 miniature red bows (found in the crafts section of Walmart)
- ribbon to tie around the bottom of the snowglobe
- 1 Vanilla Mastercard Gift Card Multi-pack (3 $20 gift cards)
Turn the jar upside down and remove the lid. Place a single tree in the middle of the lid, then lightly tear apart two of the cotton balls to fluff them up. Place around the base of the tree. Stick one bow in the branches of the tree. Lean a gift card against the tree. Gently screw the jar onto the lid and then tie ribbon around the bottom of the jar (if desired). Give and enjoy!
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