Pink & Main – Warmest Wishes Snow Globe Shaker Card

Hello everyone! I’m over on the Pink & Main blog today sharing a sweet little snow globe shaker card featuring some of my favorite Christmas mice from last year’s holiday release. I simply couldn’t go without inking them up again.

To create my card, I started with the snow globe elements. I stamped the Empty Snow Globe image and one of the Christmouse images and colored them with my copic markers. Then I curved a sentiment from Christmouse onto the base of the snow globe. I used the coordinating dies to cut everything out, making sure to cut 2 extra snow globe frames and a solid white cardstock snow glob plus an acetate one as well.

I used EZ squeeze liquid glue to adhere all the layers together and filled my shaker with a little sparkling in the clouds flock with glitter and a sprinkle of ice rink glitter too. I added foam tape to the back of the snow globe and set it aside for later.

I flipped through the paper pad included in the Homespun Christmas card kit and found 2 sheets that I liked together. I cut them both with an layered rectangle A2 die. I trimmed them down to 2 inches and 3.5 inches and adhered them to a white card base. Next, I cut a strip of white glitter cardstock .25 inches wide and adhered it with a strip of EZ tear tape.

I removed the release paper on my snow globe and popped it up in the center of the card and finished things off with a small scattering of red pearls from the rainbow pearls pack.

Products used today:
Christmouse stamps and dies
Empty Snow Globe stamps and dies
Layered Rectangle A2 dies
Homespun Christmas Card Kit
EZ squeeze liquid glue
EZ tear tape – 1/4 inch
Ice Rink glitter
Sparkling In the Clouds flock with glitter
Rainbow Pearls

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

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