Hello! Crafty Friends,
I’m passing by to share two easel Christmas card-making ideas using the Christmas Tree Delivery Snow Globe die from September new releases.
I want to make a 3D-feeling snow globe using the Christmas Tree Delivery Snow Globe die.
To be honest with you, the process of making cards was complicated and not easy for me.
I die-cut the snow globe die at least three to five times to make thick layers.
It needed several layers because I had to put sequins in the snow globe to make room for movement. I used thick white card stock for the globe.
This is an A2 card size ( 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches)
To make it, I first made the background pattern using the Winter Rings Stencil with the Paper Glaze Velvet – Winter Snowfall.
Then, cut the patterned paper to 4 x 5 1/4 inches.
I die cut with a snow globe die in the middle of the patterned panel.
Trace the snow globe shape on the card base and die-cut the snow globe as the trace marked.
I die-cut the card base (paper size 11 x 4 1/4 inches) by placing a die on the snow globe shape shown.
For the easel card stopper, I made a mini card in the card, so the mini card could be a stopper for the snow globe.
The mini card size: is 4 x 4 inches
The Mini card Front: The Slim Line Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Word Topper Die
The Sentiment on the Glove: the For the Holidays Stamp set – Applied Gold Embossing Powder on the sentiment
I took quite a time to make this one but it is worth trying it for someone special.
I made another one using same die with different colors combinations.
I think this card would a good Holiday deco.
That’s all for today.
I hope you have enjoyed this post.
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