Trinity Stamps – 12 Days of Christmas

Trinity Stamps is celebrating the holidays with a 12 Days of Christmas Event.  Come visit us each day from Dec. 1st – 14th (excluding Sundays) for special posts each day on our Video Chanel and our Blog.  

We will give away two $75 gift certificates AND two $50 gift certificates for a total of $250 in GIVEAWAYS!  It is our way of saying Happy Holidays to you and sharing our appreciation to our wonderful customers!  

Winners will be chosen using from those who comment throughout.  The more comments you leave, the better your chances to win!  They will be announced between 12/15 and 12/20 on the blog and YT channel.

Oh my goodness, did I have fun creating this great little scene for my snowglobe shaker tag to share with you today! I pulled out Mouse House to pair with the new Winter Burrow set along with the tall shaker dome die set for my snowglobe.

To create my tag, I die cut the main snowglobe shape from white cardstock and laid out my stamps to see what I could fit inside and what I wanted on the outside. I stamped them all and colored them with my copics. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out and set them aside to create my shaker.

I cut the frame 7 times from white cardstock and then I cut an additional full panel out of acetate for the shaker window. I glued 6 of the frames together and glued the acetate to the back of the final frame, after coloring it with my copic markers. Using distress oxides I inked up the background panel with blueprint sketch and tumbled glass. I spritzed it with water and then decided that I wanted snowy hills for my scene so I went back, die cut another panel and then used the hill dies to cut that down.

I adhered all of my pieces and trimmed off anything hanging over the edge. Then I glued the snowglobe frame down and poured in some shaker bits and sealed it up.

I really wanted to decorate the front of the snowglobe so I stamped a sentiment from Merry Christmas Senti-mini on the plaque die cut and glued it down. Then I added some more images and put clear blocks on top to let it all dry over night.

Isn’t this just so fun?!? I had a blast creating it and can’t wait to attach it to a special gift for Christmas.

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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