I suppose I should call this a dust storm.
PLEASE READ: It looks like there is a hair floating in the water--this is because some of the cement glue polymerized in the water, like a piece of lint or string menacing the unicorn (click magnifying glass to see all quadrants of image 4: if you still have questions, I can email you a large photo of the lint polymer). Please understand that this is part of the display, and is not going to disappear, unfortunately. I don't want to receive a neutral or negative feedback because you're unhappy with the lint polymer I'm disclosing in the description as best as possible. The polymer can be seen very clearly in images 4 and 5. Regardless, this is one of the most loved pieces I have made, and I'm sure it will make any person feel good, positive energy. The last image shows when the dust has settled.
Please consider this is handmade, from recycled materials, including glass, plastic, even sealant, so this item is one-of-a-kind, the only one in the world, with it's inherent character imperfections or unique features. The water when flipped is best not rigorously shaken, but methodically flipped back and forth. There will be bubbles at the surface when the unicorn is at the base (see blue image), and some fairy dust may refuse to settle, and remain floating.
This little snow globe is made by hand using an upcycled grocery jar. The jar measures approximately 2.25" at the top and bottom diameter, and is height is just under 4". Though water was boiled with mild introduction of bleach to maintain a pure, bacteria-free environment, please do not leave the snow globe in direct sunlight to prevent algae growth.
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.