Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Snowglobe.


Hi crafty friends, followers and visitors.. cold and frosty start here today! suns out but still cold..

This is my first Snowglobe Christmas card.. 





Made myself a lot of work for nothing on this design! 
I was going for a see through acetate globe.. BUT change my mind I prefer this winter scene on black ..would love your opinions! 


This is the back of the globe ..so not much glitter in the acetate.

I cut two acetate circles with Spellbinders so I would have a  circle to fit the snowglobe. front one has been embossed with dots and white pen.
Using the die cut Snowglobe in white on a fold to make a top opener card.
Next I cut two Winter scene`s Trees coloured with distress Marker "Shabby Shutters"
I cut a spellbinder circle in black, adhered these scene`s ( this is where it would have been see through)  filled with glitter, then I placed in the two acetate circles ..I used foam tape to adhere together. 

Outer Globe cut two..inked in green ink, cut a thin circle in black  adhere as shown.
Merry Christmas cut in white and black to create a shadow when glued together.
Holly from  Holly Jolly Card Set. 


Thank you for stopping by and any comments you care to leave..Pam x



Find It Trading..Precious Marieke.
Winterfun... Snowglobe  PM 10078  here
Ornament.. PM 10079    here
Yvonne Creations ..
Merry Christmas.    here
Holly Jolly Card Set.. Holly..  

33 comments:

Marjeta said...

It is beautiful.

Marjeta

Wendy L said...

Delightful, globes are making a comeback, lovely, xxxx

Stamps and Paper said...

Such a girgeous Christmas creation Pam and more tempting dies

Anne

Linda Simpson said...

Gorgeous snow globe card Pam, loving the scene you created too.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Martine Smith said...

Lovely globe Pam but for me to small but you have done it well xx

Deborah Artliff said...

Hi Pam what a wonderful card I just love it I'm sorry I've not been around commenting but I've been ill the last month but I'm now back and I will catch up commenting on your cards.

Debs xxx
{Debs Cards}

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Pam this is a stunning card I love the snow globe design. The winter scene you have created is gorgeous. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Liz said...

Really love this snowglobe card, what a beautiful scene you've created. Martine said the snowglobe is small and I wondered what size the snowglobe die is. It doesn't say on the link. xx

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful snow globe Pam, love this die and your creativity. Sorry if I missed any of your postings, still got this nasty virus....xx {aNNie}

laurie said...

I LOVE this Pam! What an awesome card. That snow globe die looks like lots of fun!

Sherri said...

Wow! What a spectacular way to showcase a beautiful scene! Love it!!!

Anonymous said...

wonderful snow globe!
elma

Betty McAlister said...

Beautiful card Pam. X

Petras Bastelschätze said...
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Petras Bastelschätze said...

Morning Pam, the snowglobe scene looks fantastic and so beautiful frosty.
Hugs Petra

Littlelamb said...

This is beautiful Pam. Thank you for sharing.

Natalia Smith said...

Stunning snow globe card, the winter scene is beautiful Pam, gorgeous design x

Beth Norman said...

You sound discouraged. I wouldn't be. It's perfect just the way it is. So beautiful.

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Pam, This snowglobe card is stunning, I love the frosty look and the fabulous 'scene'. I love it !!, I love the shape of the Merry Christmas die-cut too, and when I followed the link - what a gorgeous 'bambi' on the packaging, so cute.
I have cut out a load of snowglobe die-cuts but haven't got any further than that, yet, you have given me lots of inspiration for mine, thank you.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Pamellia Johnson said...

Oh this is just gorgeous Pam! I love the snowglobe shape, so fun and original! The scene on the inside is brilliant, love the contrast in your palette! Sorry I've been so scarce, November has been a bit challenging. sending hugs :)

Jenny L said...

Hi Pam,
another of your very stunning designs.
Love the fab snow globe design and all the wonderful elements used.
Lots of craafty love. Jenny L.

lydia jordan said...

Hi Pam,
Gorgeous card, love it.
Lydia
X

Rannah Romps said...

I love snowglobes!!! Had to order this one!!

Darlene said...

OH WOW this is amazing and absolutely gorgeous! You are SO clever! LOVE it Pam ... thanks for all the amazing inspiration you've been sharing! I want to case them all! LOL! HUGS from OHIO!

Leslie Miller said...

Your scene certainly shows up better on a dark sky. No reason why it can't be nighttime in a snow globe. Brilliant idea to sandwich the scene with all its glitter between two acetate pieces. Also, I love how you shadowed and highlighted the sentiment. Totally gorgeous, Pam!

serendipity said...

So far I haven't been a big fan of snow globe stamps or dies, but I think I've just been converted. This is absolutely lovely, and I do really like the black background. The whole thing is just striking. x

Janice said...

Your snow globe card is stunning Pam. Such a lovely scent and the sentiment is perfect.
Janice x

Loz said...

Gorgeous snowglobe card Pam..Loz

MaryH said...

My opinion? Sure doesn't look like a 'first'. It's beautiful. I was amazed when it scrolled up, missing your beautiful pastels. It looks so dramatic with great contrast - with the black background. I LOVE the winter scene, and the snow globe shape of the card is so pretty. I've never tried one of these (nor a shaker card)- or worked with acetate very much.Looks to me like you've done it all - expertly and shown off these marvelous dies! I like that fancy sentiment, and the creamy holly leaves too. Well done! TFS

Greta said...

I've never made a snow globe, but I sure admire this one--love it! The sentiment is great, too!

Julieanne..aka pinkjools said...

Brilliant snow globe card.....great dies....Joolsx

Angela Radford said...

Nearly missed this one which would have been a shame as it's gorgeous! Angela xXx

cuilliesocks said...

Wonderful card Pam, love the snow globe design and the dies and colours are marvellous, Kate x

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