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Nine Ways to Decorate Your Bell Jar for Christmas

by on Dec 6, 2013

Do you have a bell jar or two? Are you looking for ways to decorate them for Christmas? My answer to both these questions is, “yes.” I figured I can’t be the only one, so I decided to scrounge around for some inspiration. 

Love this gorgeous yet simple branch and white stars combo

A bare plant inside of a snowglobe.Flex Inredning

Another simple option. Of course we’d use a battery-operated votive to illuminate the house. All could be constructed out of paper,  by the way. For the sentiment, a rub-on label would be the best bet.

Using bell shaped glass jar in Christmas decorationUne Etoile dans le Ciel

A grouping of mini-trees, perhaps?

A bell jar having Christmas tree and fever decorative items.Classic Chic Home

Antique glass ornaments are given a lift, thanks to some old jars, in these bell jars.

Glass jars in bell shape used for Christmas decoration.Erin’s Art and Garden

Sweet and snowy:

Snowcones used to make a decoration under a globe.Weddingomania

The Haunted Lamp shows/tells us how they were able to construct this display of vintage tree toppers under their bell jar. And, no, they won’t topple over.

An array of silver Christmas ornaments under a tall glass dome.The Haunted Jar A quick tour of your backyard or nearby park and you’d have all that’s needed for this idea:

Pine cones and snips of evergreen under a glass bell jar.Tray’s Trinkets & Treasures

Don’t have a bell jar? Check out this inverted threaded jar idea from Sixty Fifth Avenue:

Antique books stacked with a toy white truck and decorative bottles containing a snowman and faux Christmas tree.Fifty-Sixth Avenue Also from Sixty-Fifth Avenue is this charming cloche vignette. It consists of Dollar Store trees and “borrowed” toys. A handful of styrofoam give is a “‘snow globe’ effect.”

A deer and her fawn standing in deep snow in front of two snow covered trees all under a tall glass dome.Fifty-Sixth Avenue

Looking for more seasonal DIY projects and ideas?A close up of cranberries dusted in powder.

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