If you love ladybugs or know somebody who does, make this cute crochet Ladybug Snow Globe as a symbol of good luck!
There is a belief that when a ladybug lands on you, it brings you good luck and if you make a wish, this wish will come true (it is what I believed when I was a child).
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The ladybug is one of the most popular insects to crochet. Ladybug-themed décor, clothes, toys, embellishments, etc. are very popular among kids and adults.
I hope you will like my Ladybug Snow Globe and if you make it, it will bring you some good luck too!
For this project I used my previously designed winter snow globe crochet pattern. You just follow the pattern using red and black yarn! The pattern is free on this website and the links can be found in the Pattern I Used section below.
I like to incorporate different craft buttons in my crochet designs. For this Ladybug Snow Globe I used ladybug buttons and small black round buttons.
On my website you will be able to find other ladybug crochet ideas: crochet heart ladybug applique, ladybug Valentine’s Day ornament, yarnbombing – ladybug tree.
You may also like my other snow globe designs: Halloween snow globe, Valentine’s Day snow globe, St. Patrick’s Day snow globe, Graduation snow globe, Lilac Snow globe, and Easter snow globe.
Crochet Ladybug Snow Globe
You can PIN this crochet ladybug snow globe to your Pinterest boards HERE.
Intermediate (must know tapestry crochet).
This crochet Ladybug Snow Globe is about 5” (13 cm) tall.
Worsted weight #4 yarn, colors – red and black. I used Read Heart Super Saver yarn.
I like to purchase my buttons on Etsy. Here are the buttons I used:
Hook and Other Materials:
Crochet hook E/4 (3.5 mm)
Large sewing needle
Piece of cardboard
Hot glue gun
Weighted stuffing material (I used Poly Pellets weighted stuffing beads)
To make this Ladybug Snow Globe, you will need to crochet a snow globe, then using a hot glue gun, glue craft buttons to the snow globe.
Pattern I used:
1. For this Ladybug Snow Globe, I used the same pattern as for the Winter snow globe. The free pattern can be found here: crochet Snow Globe amigurumi.
The pattern for the crochet winter snow globe is also available as a print-friendly, styled, and advertisement-free PDF file in my Etsy Shop HERE.
I hope you enjoyed this crochet Ladybug Snow Globe!
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