Thursday, December 1, 2022

Winter Village Snow Globe

Another Christmas card - simple to put together if you're trying to make multiples!

I die cut a flat bottom circle out of a white panel (to look like a snow globe!).  I die cut the Country Landscape from Memory box and adhered it behind the circle.  I put foam dots on the back of the white panel and layered the patterned paper behind the cut out then adhered it all to a white card base.  I added 3 tiny clear gems to 3 snowflakes.  The base of the snow globe (with the sentiment on it) is a die from Snowglobe #2 set from Sizzix and up on foam dots.  The sentiment is from PTI.

I'm linking my card to:

Time Out Challenge

Sketch on side!    
So Sorry to hear this challenge is closing

Stamps: Inside and Out Holiday - Papertrey Ink.
Paper: White - PTI, DP Northern Lights Paperpad - Recollections (Michaels)
Ink: Ultramarine - Altenew
Accessories: Flat Bottom Circle Die - Amazon, Country Landscape Die - Memory Box, Snowglobe #2 (base) - Tim Holtz/Sizzix, foam dots, Tiny Twinkles - Taylored Expressions.


Loll said...

Sweet snowglobe card Julia!! Love the patterned paper background. xx

Lisa Elton said...

I like every little thing about this darling card!

Susan said...

Great way to create a snowglobe! Love the dp you used and the sweet little die of houses and trees.

Wanda Cullen said...

Just so simple and it so much! Thanks for joining us in our final challenge!

Bonnie said...

Quick, easy and so pretty, Julia! You have the perfect paper to put behind that die cut scene!

Marlena M. said...

Stunning!! I love the depth you achieved~

Christine Alexander said...

Gorgeous Julia, love that little winter scene in the snow globe and a great idea for mass production ♥

Linda Callahan said...

Your snow globe scene is adorable! Glad you joined us at Fusion!

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

This is absolutely beautiful, fresh and clean. You can "hear" the quiet of this lovely little scene. Thanks so much for sharing this beauty with us at Time Out. Merry Christmas, Julia.