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How to Choose the Perfect Snow Globe

Choosing the perfect snow globe can be an overwhelming task, but it doesn’t have to be. Before you set out shopping, let’s explore how the leading glass ornament company, Old World Christmas has developed its line of snow globes. Snow globes have become closely connected with Christmas, which led Old World Christmas to start a new tradition for families to cherish. Using figural ornament expertise, designers took the most beloved Christmas ornaments and transformed them into snow globes. In 2017, Old World Christmas began producing snow globes. They quickly gained popularity and became a great seller. The line has expanded to 14 snow globes with more being designed for next year. Old World Christmas is the answer to where to buy snow globes.

Each snow globe is hand-crafted and decorated with great attention to detail. The snow and glitter inside the globe, create a magical snowy scene. Each Old World Christmas snow globe is unique in its design and characteristics. Let’s take a look at a few snow globes and explore what sets Old World Christmas snow globes apart.

LED Lights: The Santa with Penguin Pals Snow Globe is a perfect snowy scene for Christmas. The snow surrounding Santa and his pals, is illuminated by an LED light. The light shines special attention on this hand-crafted globe, as it stands upon a wooden base.

Music: The Holy Family Snow Globe also includes an LED light to draw special attention to the scene of the first Christmas. This snow globe also includes a wind-up music player on the bottom of the snow globe. Warmly snuggle up to enjoy the view of this beautiful scene as the snow flies inside the globe.

Blower: The Great White Owl Snow Globe is a great example of how Old World Christmas transformed some of the most popular, intricate and beautiful ornaments into a snow globe. The Great White Owl Snow Globe includes a spectacular feature, a blower. There is no need to shake this snow globe to make the snow fly. At the flip of a switch, snow will swirl around the glass bird in the middle.

With a variety of features and styles,  Old World Christmas snow globes are the clear choice when choosing the perfect snow globe. Check out the entire selection of snow globes offered by Old World Christmas.

Each snow globe is hand-crafted and decorated with great attention to detail. The snow and glitter add holiday sparkle to this scene, resting atop its hand-carved wood finish base. Each globe is individually boxed for gift-giving, as well as safe storage during the year. What a wonderful way to celebrate the season and create your own Traditions to Cherish. Given all this, there is no clearer answer to the question, “Where can I buy Christmas snow globes?”. The superior choice is Old World Christmas. 



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May 02, 2019 by Rachael Mitchell

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Rachael Mitchell

Rachael Mitchell is a freelance writer based in Seattle, Washington, and has over 15 years of writing experience. She’d never be able to pick just one favorite ornament, but narrowed it down to the S’more and Tennis Ball. She always looks forward to s’mores in the summer with friends and family adding gourmet ingredients, and played 4 years of college tennis in the mid-west.

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A. Sanborn

A. Sanborn said:

A featherless MINI/MINIATURE CLIP birds added to your availability would be lovely …

1. Chickadee
2. Nuthatch { common & rose breasted }
3. Downy Woodpecker { male }
4. Northern Flicker
5. Tufted Titmouse
6. Wren
7. Junco
8. Gray Squirrel
9. chipmunk

All realistic for easy identification. Again MINI/MINIATURE CLIP-ONS …

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