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Wednesday, 12 November 2008

Snow Globe

I love snowglobes, and I love the Stampin' Up! Neighbourhood wheel, so I decided to use it to make a snowglobe card!

Very quick and easy. I stamped the polka dot background stamp onto vellum using Versamark ink, then embossed with white embossing powder. Cut a circle of Ruby Red cardstock and cut out the middle to make a hoop for the outside of my snowglobe. I then stuck a circle of the vellum behind it.

I then stamped some of the houses from the Neighbourhood wheel and coloured one in with Watercolour Wonder crayons in Earth Elements colours, cut it out and arranged it with the little Christmas Tree from the Loads of Love set onto a circle of Bordering Blue cardstock. I placed the vellum over the top and the hoop on top of that to make the snowglobe.

It was then placed on a card made out of Night of Navy cardstock and decorated with a length of Always Artichoke grosgrain ribbon. The sentiment is from Loads of Love and was finished off with a little chipboard heart from the Loads of Letters chipboard pack.

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TFL! Joanne xx


Emma said...

Hi this is such a neat idea, never seen it done before. What a versitile way to use those 2 sets.

Dawn said...

They are gorgeous Joanne, it is great to see how others use the stamps.

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Catherine said...

I think that wheel on on the January list! Love it xx