Today’s card is a Christmas snow globe which is another Christmas classic. I used my Stamparatus for this card because perfect alignment is key. You will also need a Cut & Emboss Machine to cut the hole of the snow globe dome and as I said before, having the right tools will save you time when making cards in multiples.
Let’s begin with some important tips before we get to the video tutorial.
First, mark on your Stamparatus foam mat of where you want your card stock to be because this serves as your guide for the next card. For example, you will notice in the video that I marked mine with washi tape.
Secondly, mark your snow globe dome so that it’s perfectly positioned when it’s time to stick it down. The video will show you how I traced it with a pencil.
Lastly, when filling the snow globe dome be careful not to get sequins stuck because the edges are sticky. It’s also important that you cover the dome with a window sheet otherwise the sequins will fall out. Trim The window sheet to a 3-1/2 inch square.
- Whisper White (3-1/2 x 5-1/4 inches)
- Trimming The Town DSP (3 x 5-7/8 inches)
- Window Sheet (3-1/2 x 3-1/2 inches)
And here’s the video tutorial:
Here’s a checklist so that you can make this at home:
- Still Scenes Stamp Set
- Perfectly Plaid Stamp Set
- Snow Globe Scenes Dies
- Whisper White A4 Card Stock
- Mint Macaron A4 Card Stock
- Trimming The Town DSP
- Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Misty Moonlight Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Snowflake Sequins
- Gold Foil Sheets
- Window Sheets
- Stampin’ Seal
- Cut & Emboss Machine
- Snow Globe Shaker Domes
I hope that you enjoyed Day 5 of this series and that you’ll give Christmas snow globe cards a go. We’re halfway already! Did you miss the last one? Not to worry, here’s the previous post because I don’t want you to miss out.
I will leave you with one last card so that you will look at the Snow Globe Scenes Dies beyond Christmas. I love it and you will too. Happy card making!