Snow Globe Card for PP471

Looking for a snow globe card suitable for sending out the entire winter season? It’s Sunday, and time to play with The Paper Players.

snow globe cardFor our final challenge of the year, the lovely LeAnne has a perfect wintery color challenge for us. I decided to make a snow globe card using Stampin’ Up!’s Still Scenes stamp set and coordinating Snow Globe Scenes dies, selecting silver as my optional color.   I hope you enjoy today’s card, and I hope you will join us in today’s challenge.  Although the Design Team is taking a break to spend time with family and friends, please note that we will be back next year, with more fun and exciting challenges!

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Even though I have the plastic snow globe shaker domes,  I created a faux dome! I used the globe die to create the globe portion from Feels Like Frost specialty paper, and popped it up on dimensionals. Even though this paper is sold out for this year, it will be back in the 2020 Holiday Catalog…along with the Still Scenes stamp set and dies. How awesome is that!!!

snow globe cardThe gorgeous base was created from Silver Foil. I was very careful to not dislodge the cut outs before I glued it to a second solid base die cut.  Once again it was popped up on dimensionals.  A few rhinestones and a bow  are the perfect finishing touches.

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9 Comments

  1. I love the gingham border and the silver elements really add a touch of luxury to your winter snowglobe card Ann – so perfect for the season!

  2. Ann, this is fabulous. I love the gingham paper and you rocked these colors. I also love that the snow globe can be used throughout the whole of winter. Another beauty, my friend
    hugs
    jaydee

  3. Wow, this is such a fabulous snow globe design and I’m loving the addition of the foil paper! I want to thank you for the warm reception and so many gracious comments while I guested with your team this past year! It was great getting to know you ladies a bit better and will say you all are the best! Wishing you a very happy and blessed Christmas!

  4. WOW! I LOVE this snowglobe! The base is gorgeous in the silver foil! Love the embossing and the layers! The gingham works beautifully with this little snow scene! This card has such a warm feeling! I hope you have a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! XXX

  5. One fun thing about having a color challenge is seeing how everyone interprets it! I just love what you did with my colors…that little snow globe scene is perfect, especially with the silvery trees and that awesome Subtle background! Thanks for making my colors look fabulous this week!

  6. Beautiful! I love the snowlobe base in silver..so pretty!

  7. Gorgeous, Ann! I love all of the layers ad silver details. That gingham paper is such a great detail along with the subtle embossing folder. Just stunning, my friend! Have a great day!

  8. Your snow globe is fabulous, Ann! The silver layers really make it shine!

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