Winter Snow Jars

I showed you a sneak peek of my winter snow jars during my home tour on Thursday.  This has been a little project that I had so much fun putting together.  I used these same jars for Christmas and then easily swapped them out for a more neutral winter decor.

I have them on my tv stand and grouped together, they make a cute little vignette.  These same jars can then be filled with other collectibles for spring and summer.

I picked up these little houses from Goodwill for less than a dollar a piece.  A little spray paint and they went from gaudy to chic. The cloches {affiliate link} have been picked up over time at places like Home Goods and Amazon.

(I actually didn't end up using the one on the far left.  I am saving that for a spring project.)

 Winter Snow Jars

You can see my Christmas jars in my Holiday Home Tour.  I hope you'll try this little DIY and put your own spin on it!

To life feeling like home!


  1. Deborah says:

    I’m all about this!!! Great salvage project! Thanks for linking to the #homemattersparty

  2. Your winter snow jars are so charming. Perfect for the winter months. Thank you for sharing at the Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make link party!

  3. Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party.

  4. Kendra @ says:

    Those are so cute Amy! I never thought about painting the houses! Have a wonderful week!

  5. Love this! Thanks for sharing with us at Share the Wealth Sundays!

  6. Really lovely project and love the upcycled little houses, and they are perfect painted all white. Thanks so much for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

  7. Roxanne says:

    I love this idea, so perfect for winter!

  8. These snow jars are just darling! So perfect for the winter decor in your home.

  9. Sally says:

    Love these winter snow jars. You have inspired me. I noticed a rocking chair in one of your pictures. I have the same one. It is roughly 75 years old.

    • Amy says:

      Thank you, Sally! Oh that is so amazing about the rocking chair! My grandmother gave it to me, but I do not know the history of it. That’s wonderful.

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