We’re using the Snow Globe Shaker Dome for Day 5 of our series.
It’s fun to build this card and if you’re looking for an extra special project this Christmas, give this one a go. Coordination is key for this card and this particular stamp set coordinates with dies and shaker domes.
Let’s begin with some important tips before we get to the video tutorial.
You will need a Stamparatus because it will help to position your stamps. First, make a mark on your Stamparatus foam mat so that you can position your card stock especially if you’re planning on making multiples. I marked mine with washi tape.
Then, trace your snow globe on the card base with a pencil. The video will show you how I traced it with a pencil.
Lastly, when filling the shaker dome be careful not to get sequins stuck on the sticky edges. It’s also important that you cover the dome with a window sheet to close it and contain the sequins.
- Basic White (3-1/2 x 5-1/4 inches)
- Trimming The Town Designer Series Paper DSP (3 x 5-7/8 inches)
- Window Sheet (3-1/2 x 3-1/2 inches)
Here’s a video:
And a checklist to help you:
- Still Scenes Stamp Set
- Perfectly Plaid Stamp Set
- Snow Globe Scenes Dies
- Basic 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 this inspiration and that you’ll also give the snow globe shaker dome a go.
Before I leave, here’s another card inspiration.
Check out the online store for current shaker domes and also for coordinating stamps and dies.
Would you also like to make shaker cards in class? Let me know so we can organise one for you. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.
Are you also looking for other fun projects? Check out my events page and book in.