winter snowglobes

a few weeks ago, corey villicana walked into my home and gifted me this homemade “snowglobe”  i about fell over in awe of a.) how perfectly it goes in my house, & b.) that she made it!  i hope to pull it together enough to make some myself before christmas, but if not, i’ll save the idea for next year.  i just adore them!! thanks corey for sharing… getting in the spirit around here, even added a sweet version of an old christmas carol above.

Hello, my name is Corey Villicana. I’m thrilled to be sharing a simple little DIY project here on Stacy’s beautiful blog. What an honor to be included in such a fun segment. I was shopping at one of my favorite stores about a month ago and was inspired by a simple clear mason jar, that with a bit of help had been transformed into a tiny winter wonderland . I thought to myself, what a lovely little gift to have readily on hand to give to friends and family throughout the holiday season. I made the jars over the course of an hour or so with a dear friend of mine and have throughly enjoyed them both in my own home, as well as sharing them and seeing them displayed in the homes of loved ones. This project could not be more simple, and there is plenty of opportunity to stray from the materials that I used, in order to make your winter jars a unique reflection of yourself. Enjoy! xo C

here is my sweet little winter slow jar.  perched on my piano next to my sweet bottles & jar collection, wishing more of them were filled with a little winter wonderland.


elisia - December 17, 2012 - 8:17 pm


Jessica Kirk-Mancini - December 17, 2012 - 8:36 pm

LOVE this… just love! (Especially after working for Anthro and being a buyer, I love seeing talented folk trump the the retail items on the floor with individual creativity and charm :)

stacy bostrom - December 17, 2012 - 8:47 pm

jess – i just love your comment :)
miss you!!

Rebekah - December 18, 2012 - 11:50 pm

these are just perfect I love them – beautiful post Corey (and Stacy)!!

Jennifer - July 23, 2015 - 1:25 pm

Stacy, I stumbled upon your page by accident while looking up someone I worked with that has the same last name.
I still investigated your site now want to be like you when I grow up. These pictures are so wonderful and your site is so beautiful.

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