Snow Globe Bauble

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Snow Globe Bauble

Hi everyone! It is Verity here again from Pretty Little Buttonso good to be back up on the blog again. Today I am showing you how easy it is to make a Snow Globe Bauble to hang up on your tree. Whats more you can easily change it up with different stamp sets to suit your taste and style of your tree. So without any more from me, why not read on to find out how it came together. 

Snow Globe Bauble details:

To Start off, I die cut two snow globes out of clear plastic - alternatively you could use acetate sheets. I chose a deer from the Oh, deer! stamp set and heat embossed this onto vellum in Penny Embossing powder. Once I had heat set it, I fussy the deer out - as it is a cute little stamp it didn't take long!

I sandwiched the deer between the two pieces of plastic and using my fuse tool, sealed the edges up but left an opening at the top. Alternatively if you don't have a fuse tool, you could adhere the edges together with glue, but make sure you allow this to completely dry before adding in the shaker contents. 

 


I scooped in some white glitter into the pouch along with a selection of stars, but the shaker contents is truly up to you. The white glitter ended up looking like a white snow bank of which the deer was sitting on. Once I has happy with the contents, I sealed the remainder of the pouch up. Make sure it is completely sealed otherwise it will eventually leak out of any small wholes. 

Out of a piece of scrap card stock, I die cut the snow globe once more. However, rather than using the die cut piece, I use the die cut window instead. drew and cut out a border around the window to create a snow globe frame. This was heat embossing in Penny to match and adhered onto the globe - this helps to cove up your sealing! Lastly I heat embossed and foam mounted the 'Happy Holiday's sentiment and adhered a piece of ribbon to the top to hang my Bauble.


Supplies used - click on the images below to purchase the supplies

                   

If you want, please leave a comment below - I would love to hear what you think!

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Till next week,
Verity!

 

 

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