This is a simple and quick card to make. Die cut the large circle (3¾″) in white cardstock and then trim around your tag to fit inside the circle and glue. Run 1/8" double sided Wonder Tape around the edge of the circle. Die cut another large circle (3¾″) with the Grafix Clear-lay plastic film and attach to circle over snowmen. Then using white cardstock die cut the large (3¾″) and (3¼″) together to get a ring, attach over plastic film to the front of snowglobe. Using the bottom of the Memory box snowglobe die cut the base in brown and glue slightly under top. If you don't have the snowglobe die to use for the base just use an E.K. Success Large Slim Paper Punch - Photo Labels.
Die cut two white Frostyville Borders and glue in place; add a few snowflakes and you are done. The reason I did not use the Memory Box Snowglobe top is because I needed a bigger circle for the snowglobe.
Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 61619
Fri, Nov 23, 2012 @ 6:27 PM
You are creating such a name for yourself, Diane! this is one magnificent card. It reminds me of what I saw as a child. I would never have the idea of using your die like that. Great card. I might be inclined to keep this one!
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Registered: May 18, 2008 Location: Virginia Posts: 24438
Mon, Nov 26, 2012 @ 6:34 AM
This is so adorable Diane. I wanted that Frostyville diecut, but $ is a little scarce lately, so I can't keep up with all the fascinating diecuts any more. There are so many out there. You have created a wonderful scene of your image is too cute. Love them in the snowglobe!
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