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Christmas Snow Globe By Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today creating an early Christmas card.  It's never too early to start creating your Christmas cards and the Snow Globe chipboard embellishment is perfect for Christmas cards.


I began by coloring the snow globe with gold ink then embossing it with clear embossing powder.  After heat setting, the snow globe had a really nice shine.   Christmas Greetings was die cut from Rinea Silver/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper and added to the snow globe.  To finish, I added Sapphire/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper behind the snow globe.   


I added additional color and dimension by die cutting some additional leaves from Rinea Emerald/Gold Foiled Paper and adhering them on the silver layer.  Liquid Pearls were then used to create the berries as well as the dots on Christmas Greetings.


A 4 layer card was created from pattern paper and cardstock.  The top panel was wrapped with a glittery ribbon before it was added to the card.


Finally, I applied foam adhesives to the snow globe to provide some additional dimension before placing it on the card.


What do you think?  Are you ready to start creating your Christmas cards yet?


Thanks for stopping.


Other Supplies: Rinea Foiled Papers; Ranger Liquid Pearls; Imagine Ink and Embossing Powder


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