September 6, 2022

Christmas Snow Globe Card

 Hello again! Today I am sharing a Christmas Snow Globe card that I made using a layered stencil.

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I started by using The Crafter's Workshop Snow Globe Layered Stencil and some inks with a sponge dauber to create a base of the snow globe image.

After I finished with all the inks, this is what it looked like.

Next, I used some of The Crafter's Workshop Tacky When Dry with the stencil to create some ornaments on the tree. Once the Tacky When Dry was dry, I added some The Crafter's Workshop Crimson Red Foil Transfer Sheets to the ornaments and The Crafter's Workshop Champagne Gold Foil Transfer Sheets to the star on the tree. I just rubbed on the foil and then pulled it back off. The foil will stick to the Tacky When Dry.

Then to create the snowflakes in the globe, I used The Crafter's Workshop Stardust Butter Pearl White.

I decided the base of the snow globe needed a little more color, so I added a little more ink over the entire bottom stand to color it in. Then I fussy cut out the entire snow globe, added a ribbon, and adhered over some Peppermint Patterned Cardstock Paper.

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