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Crocheting: Crochet Halloween SnowGlobes

Is it too soon for Halloween projects?! I hope not because I purchased the cutest Halloween buttons on Amazon and was immediately inspired to whip up some crochet snowglobes! You might remember the Crochet SnowGlobes I made during the holidays were a big hit and I figured that we could carry them over to other seasons as well! You can hang these cuties in the windows, string them up as garland, add them to treat bags, give them out instead of candy, add them to a door wreath, and much more! I am sure you will come up with lots of ways to display these! And the best part is that they only take a few minutes to make.

Just follow the free Crochet SnowGlobe Ornament pattern HERE
But be sure to use Halloween colors like orange, green, purple, black, white, and yellow. I suggest using a worsted weight yarn like Bernat Super Value for a stiffer shape. You can even stitch two together so they are back to back.

I also have a video tutorial on how to make these snowglobes!

Get these adorable Halloween buttons HERE

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Written by Mary

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