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Homadorns

Moon Ceramic Base Music Decorative Figures Glass Snow Globe

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Do you still remember childhood music snow globe bringing pleasure, fun or dream to you? Do you want to have a profound meaning of snow globe ornament? This is a great looking snow globe ornament. The graceful music snow globe reminds all your sweet memories when the music plays. This is a great looking decorative snow globe ornament. Shake it up a bit with this collectible music snow globe! The beautiful moon has been set in this glass snow globe. The perfect gift for your friend or get one for yourself to display in your home, office or game room.
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  • Specifications:

    • Color: Blue
    • Power: 2 x AA Batteries
    • Base Material: Ceramic
    • Moon Material: Resin
    • Globe Material: Glass
    • Base Diameter: 10cm/3.9in
    • Height: 15cm/5.9in

    Features:

    • This snow globe ornament is not only a globe, but also a very good light
    • Up for you consideration is a beautiful large porcelain snow globe
    • This beautiful detailed snow globe ornament is a visual delight for your enjoyment
    • You can put this snow globe ornament everywhere all according your personal preference, cars, bedroom, and so on
    • A keepsake decoration for your every day enjoyment
    • The coloring and expression make this music snow globe irresistible
    • Within the base is a musical movement that plays "Moon River"

    Details:

    Homadorns Moon Ceramic Base Music Decorative Figures Glass Snow Globe

    • The sleeping moon in the snow globe is creative

    Snow Globe Ornament

    • Open the switch, the moon will light

     Music Snow Globe

    • Glass snow globe also can be used as lamp at night
    • When wringing the clockwork, the moon will rotate
    • The sequins will float, when shaking it

    Glass Snow Glob

    How Are Snow Globes Made?

    Snow globes were first introduced at the Paris Exposition fair in 1889. Water globes were introduced in a far smaller size than the modern version of the popular holiday item. The first snow globe featured powdery white flakes flowing around a scaled version of the Eiffel Tower. Snow globes became a fashionable item to own throughout Europe, and featured wedding bouquets, miniature dolls and military medals

    Snow Globes Travel to America

    • A German company developed snow globes depicting American city names, and introduced the novelties to the United States. Pennsylvania resident Joseph Garaja received a snow globe patent in 1929, and began mass-producing a myriad of snow globe styles. The introduction of plastic into the marketplace allowed inexpensive snow globes production and wider use as tourist attraction souvenirs. During the 1970s snow globes and technology merged, allowing the creation of music and moving figures inside the globe domes

    Snow Globe Liquid

    • The exact recipe of liquid inside snow globes is tightly guarded as a trade secret. Multiple recipes exist for a low cost home craft version of the snow globe. The water-like mixture allows snow particles to float around the globe when it is shaken. Homemade snow globes are often plagued by murky water after a short period of use. Liquid used inside the snow globe is comprised of light oil and a mixture of water and antifreeze. Components found in the mixture also include glycerin and glycol, which prevent the "snowflakes" from falling to the bottom of the globe too quickly after being shaken

    Snow Globes "Snowflakes"

    • Soap flakes are used in homemade versions of snow globes, and were the original material used to create an illusion of a falling snow. Modern and mass produced snow globes feature minuscule white plastic particles. The lightweight plastic flows inside the globe and eventually settles at the base when movement of the globe ceases. Snow globes, which possess moving figurines, stir the plastic particles, increasing the time the "snow" floats around the globe

    Filling the Glass Globe

    • The glass globe is produced in the same manner as typical glass bowls. A rubber cap with a threaded ring is added to the lip of the globe, to prevent liquid from leaking. The snow globe figurine is mounted with water resistant glue to the center of the rubber ring. If the snow globe features moving parts, the figurine is screwed onto the rubber ring and attached to a small crank mechanism housed beneath the ring

    Attaching the Snow Globe Base

    • A wooden or plastic base in then screwed onto the threaded rubber ring, securing the globe in place while holding the entire project upside down, preventing the plastic snowflakes and liquid from spilling. Crank boxes are mounted into the globe base for models, which play music or possess moving figurines. A lever, which turns by hand, or a slot for battery-powered movement, is connected to the globe base. Snow globes are created both by hand and through the use of assembly machines

    How Does a Snow Globe Work?

    Homadorns Moon Ceramic Base Music Decorative Figures Glass Snow Globe

    Make It Snow

    • The best part about making a snow globe 'work' is that it usually only takes a gentle shake, winding a key or pushing a switch to activate one. Years ago, snow globes only worked by someone turning one upside down and setting it back on a tabletop, then watching the minute bits of pretend snow swirl around inside the globe before settling. Perhaps your grandmother had one that had been crafted by an expert glassblower who made the fragile bubble working over an open flame

    Machines and People

    • Modern snow globes are made by machines, hundreds of them at a time. The globes are released from the machinery and set aside to cool. Once they're cool enough to handle, the neck edges are trimmed. The base scene, which is really much smaller than it looks through the globe (the curve of the globe magnifies the scene inside) is selected and then glued to the base. Some base scenes are still hand-carved or handmade, but most of these, too, are produced by machines. If the snow globe is also a music box, the base will have a music box motor installed in it and a hole drilled for the stem of the winding key to pass through. A musical snow globe can be key-wound or electronic, so it, too, takes a person to make it work

    Handle with Care

    • The trimmed neck of the glass globe next has a thin line of strong glue applied to it, and then the globe is set in place over the scene, fitting into a small channel carved into the base. Once the glue dries, the globe is turned upside down and filled with a special liquid, leaving just a tiny air bubble that shouldn't be visible once the globe is upright again. This is all usually done by machine, too. That special liquid is necessary because ordinary water, even distilled water, would eventually become murky, or the scene inside the globe would be shrouded by algae. The liquid also contains a chemical to keep the "snow" from getting stuck to the floor of the globe and unable to be dispersed when shaken

    Work That's Fun

    • A gentle shake or just tipping it usually is enough to start the snowstorm inside the globe. Some snow globes even have a tiny blower inside that blows air through the globe so the "blizzard" lasts until you turn the switch to stop it

    Keeping It Working

    • Snow globes are very fragile, so keep in mind they won't work if curious little fingers try to pry the globe apart from the base or wind the music box key too tightly. If you break a snow globe, be extremely careful picking up the pieces, and don't let pets or babies run across the floor until you've wiped up the liquid, swept and vacuumed the floor

    How to Repair Snow Globes?

    Although merely decorative bric-a-brac, snow globes may hold much sentimental value to the owner. When these keepsakes break, do not throw them away. They are quite simple to repair and make as new. It is even possible to customize them, add snow or glitter and leave the globes even more special than they once were

    Snow Globe Ornament

    • Drive three or four nails into the scrap wood just wide enough to hold the glass globe in place upside down
    • Remove all vestiges of the broken snow globe glass from the snow globe base
    • Save whatever snow you can from the old globe water and allow to dry. Alternatively, purchase new snow globe snow or glitter from a local craft supply store
    • Measure the amount of distilled water needed by filling up the globe and inserting the base upside down into the globe. Perform this step over a sink to catch the extra water that may come out
    • Remove an additional 2 tbsp. of water from the globe. If you wish to add glitter or snow, increase to 3 tbsp. to allow room
    • Mix 2 tsp. of glycerin into the globe's distilled water and stir until dissolved
    • Add glitter or snow
    • Line the rim of the globe glass with underwater glue. Follow the manufacturer's instructions as to quantity and setting
    • Insert the snow globe base gently upside down onto the globe and allow to dry

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Moon Ceramic Base Glass Snow Globe

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Cassiecatherine

Bought this item on

12-09-2010
00:00:00 12-09-2010 fun project Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: If you want to make a snow globe with your kids as a fun project, I would recommend this one; don't miss it!

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Candice

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11-09-2010
00:00:00 11-09-2010 Snow Globe Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I bought this Snow Globe for our 8 year old son, it is fun for us to do a small project together.

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Bonnie

Bought this item on

09-14-2010
  • Other Thoughts: It's just a cute present for a snow globe collector, she loved it. So, 5 stars from me.

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Aviva

Bought this item on

08-31-2010
00:00:00 08-31-2010 snow globe Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: the snow globe is really good for birthday parties this is what we used it for and all the chlidren loved it , especially the assemble part and all was intact great globe to have

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Ashley

Bought this item on

08-11-2010
00:00:00 08-11-2010 cheap, cheap, cheap, Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This kit comes in a fancy package, but the globe itself is very cheaply!

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Aviva

Bought this item on

07-21-2010
  • Other Thoughts: It's just a cute present for a snow globe collector, she loved it. So, 5 stars from me.

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Anastasia

Bought this item on

07-07-2010
00:00:00 07-07-2010 Adorable Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I purchase this one and its so cute and well made. What you cant see in the picture is that there are little blue snow in the globe which float when you shake it.

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Amber

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06-07-2010
00:00:00 06-07-2010 snow globe Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Globe was of a nature. appropriate and cheery for my granddaughter's 9th birthday.

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