I have been working on a little Christmas project to give to my DD for Christmas. You may think it's too early for Christmas things, but the way the year is flying by (or should I say: "speeding up" LOL!!), I thought I should get myself into gear.
Late last year, I bought a couple of "do-it-yourself" Snow Globes but ran out of time to make them - so it seemed the perfect time to pull them out and make them. Super-easy and much quicker than I thought it would be.
The image was coloured with Prismacolor + Derwent Coloursoft pencils + OMS. I used the head of a pin to add small dots of white acrylic paint to the scarf on the snowman. The snowflakes were punched with a Martha Stewart Snow Flurry edge punch (they are the leftover punchies) - and I added green rhinestones to the snowflake centres. I only glued down the centres of the snowflakes and bent the snowflake outer bits up a little to give them some dimension. I lightly chalked around the images with Kaisercolour blue chalk for the sky. I added Stampendous Cotton White Fun Flock mixed with glitter for all the fluffy white bits eg: cuffs, snow etc. I adhered it with some craft glue.
Please see my other upload for the other side of the snowglobe which uses a different image.