Everyone I know loves mini powdered Hostess Donuts, so while searching for a gift idea for my daughter’s class Christmas party, I came across this DIY Powdered Donut Snow Globe idea and I knew it would be perfect for all the children at the party. I had an extra box of Mason Jars I had bought at Michael’s Craft Store on sale, so all I needed was some donuts and interior decorations for the globes. This project was so easy, let me tell you how I made these adorable little donut snow globes, I started by lining up my jars in a row and using craft paint, from Michael’s Craft Store with a squeeze head to make cute little snow dots on the outside of each jar.
Then I just added the donuts in a creative little stack that resembled mountains at the North Pole in Santa’s Kingdom.
Then I added these cute little felt Rulfolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer Ornaments to the jar, placing them as if they were climbing my little snowy North Pole Mountain of donuts.
Then I added some little bottle brush trees from Michael’s Craft Store and further enhanced Rudolf and Santa’s Mini Kindom in a jar!
These little donut snow globes were the hit of the class party, I’m not one to brag, but the sheer originality of this edible mini Winter Wonderland self-contained with a Mason Jar with cute little Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer peeping out from behind the donuts was almost too cute for everyone to take! Even the teachers sat there dumbfounded, just staring at the Mini Mason Jar Snow Globes, lovingly and longingly.