Review and Giveaway: Glitzi Globes – make your own snow globes

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Glitzi Globes - Moose Toys

Moose Toys, the creator of Blingles and Gelarti arts & crafts toys, sent me their latest products for review on my dad blog. They are called Glitzi Globes. They are awesome. My girls love them. My pre-schooler likes them too, but the girls won’t let him play with the snow globes. Meanies! These are the products Moose Toys sent to me for review: Glitzi Globes Showcase (giveway item), Glitzi Globes Starter Pack, and Glitzi Globes 3-Pack. Glitzi Globes do-it-yourself snow globe kits are now available in stores.

Glitzi Globes Showcase

Glitzi Globes Showcase
This is their flagship product. With this kit you can make one regular size snow globe and four mini globes. The globes are fairly easy to make, but my eight-year old daughter needed the help of her big sister to make the globes. The kit includes a globe maker for the mini-globes. Just turn the mini-dome upside down in the globe maker, and then add water, deco shapes and glitter pellet. After that, use the lid of the globe maker to attach a character and base plate to the mini-dome.

The regular size snow globe is actually easier to make in my opinion. Just assemble the carousel, add glitter pellet, close the lid and then add water. According to the instructions, you’re suppose to use the included water bottle. But the bottle is little so it’s faster to use the faucet to fill the globe. On another note, it’s a good idea to crush the glitter pellet before you place in the globe. The bigger pellet doesn’t dissolve as well as the little glitter pellet for the mini globes.

Note: the product box shows ten mini globes, but only four are included. For additional mini-globes, you need to purchase their three-pack (see below).

Glitzi Globes Starter Pack
They call this a starter pack, but it’s more like a kids jewelry kit. With the starter kit, you can make a mini-globe ring, necklace and bracelet. The starter pack includes a globe maker (like the one in showcase product above), a small water bottle and enough material to make three mini globe jewelry items. Just like Glitzi Globes Showcase, the starter pack can get a little messy because we’re working with water here.

Glitzi Globes 3-Pack
The Glitzi Globes Showcase includes a display stand for up to ten mini-globes. However, it only includes enough material to make four mini globes. If you want to create additional globes, you will need to purchase a 3-pack. There are six themes to choose from: Fantasy, Jungle, Party, Ocean, Princess and Carnival.

Glitzi Globes Giveaway
Thanks to Moose Toys, I’m giving away a Glitzi Globes Showcase on my dad blog. The winner will be randomly selected. The giveaway is limited to readers in the USA. The deadline to enter the giveaway is Wednesday, October 30th (Eastern time). If you don’t see an entry form below, please wait for the Rafflecopter giveaway form to load (or refresh the browser).

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[Disclosure: The giveaway prize will be provided by Moose Toys, but they are not the administrators of the giveaway on my dad blog. I am not liable for the prize. I received some products for review purposes. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]

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39 thoughts on “Review and Giveaway: Glitzi Globes – make your own snow globes

  1. No, we’ve never made a snowglobe. I have snowglobes I put out at Christmas that my daughter loves. She would enjoy making one of her own.

  2. No they haven’t ever made a snow globe but I bet they’d love it! We go to the craft store twice a week and pick up a few new things to try. This week were making mine craft costumes out of boxes and etc and picked up pipe cleaners and eye balls lol Were a very crafty creative family! (3 kids!) =)

  3. I don’t have any children of my own, but I have ten or eleven nieces and nephews. The joy of crafting definitely runs in the family and they’d have fun making snow globes.

  4. No, none of my children have ever made a snow globe. But it sounds like something fun to do together for winter.

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