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Collectable Snowglobes

Collectable snowglobes are stylish and classic accessories that are often arranged in an attractive display. Although many popular designs are seasonal, there is a wide variety of unusual and whimsical dome and ball shaped snowglobes to choose from.

Different types of collectable snowglobes

Souvenir collectable snowglobes have a durable painted and embellished plastic base, and a round glass globe. Inside the globe is a model of a famous historical building.

Musical collectable snowglobes typically have a chunky circular base that supports the snowglobe and houses the wind up musical box. Snowy scenes are usually complemented with a popular Christmas musical tune. Popular styles include pixies and fairies, animals, and traditional snowmen and Christmas scenes. Collectable movie merchandise 3D glitter globes are also available.

Photo snowglobes are the most recent addition to the collectable snowglobes range. The lightweight acrylic dome usually holds a double-sided photographic image of a cute animal. As with all styles of snowglobes, a gentle shake creates a cascade of sparkling and shimmering glitter snow.

Choosing your collectable snowglobes

A collection of beautiful snowglobes can make an enchanting and magical display, if arranged in an elegant way. A growing snowglobe collection can easily get out of hand, so it's important to choose each collectable piece with care. Choose snowglobes that complement your collection, and enhance your display.

When displaying themed collectable snowglobes it's a good idea to create a focal point. Snowglobes that feature traditional Christmas and snowy scenes work well together. You do not have to display all of your collectable snowglobes at the same time. If you have set the scene with a seasonal arrangement keep other styles for show on another occasion.

Choose one special collectable snowglobe and group other globes around the central focus. This way you'll be able to identify how a new collectable snowglobe will fit in with your collection.

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