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Snowglobe Ornament DIY

Posted by Shannon Woodfin on

These adorable snow globes can be used as ornaments for your tree or you can use them as gift tags this Christmas! 

 

PDF for Circle Templates:  CLICK HERE

Supplies Used:
- Small Clear Ball Ornament 100MM
- Ginger Fred Stamp Set
- Brutus Monroe Stitched Circle Die Or Print PDF
- MISTI Stamping Tool
- Cardstock 100lb by Brutus Monroe - Alabaster & Lunchbag
- Finesse by Spectrum Noir - Noir Black
- Nuvo Creative Pen Collection
- Faux Snow Ornament Filler
- Aqua Shimmer Glitter Gloss Pen
- Scotch Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape
- Tim Holtz Non-Stick Micro Serrated Mini Snips 5"
- Embossing Stylus Set
- Art Glitter Glue
- Versafine Black Onyx Detail Ink
- Fiskars Stamp Block Set
- Dryer Sheet
- Tag It Stamp Set
- 5/8" Basic Expressions Satin Ribbon - White & Light Pink
- Jingle Bells - Silver

Directions:
- You will need a 4" circle for the backer of the globe ornament
- You can use a 4" stitched circle or print the PDF attached above and cut the circle out
- You will also need a smaller circle to build your scene on
- You will need to pick out your paper colors to build your scene on
- For the background piece, Maymay uses a piece of kraft cardstock
- You will then need to use a piece of Alabaster cardstock to stamp out the pieces that you would like to use as your background
- Once you have stamped them out you can color them and cut them out
- Once you have your pieces cut out you can arrange them on the smaller circle and Maymay uses Scotty to prop her pieces up
- Be mindful of where you are placing things so that they stay inside your globe and up high enough that your faux snow does not cover
- Once your scenes are built you can attach the scene to the kraft backer
- You will need to cut out two more of the smaller circles to stamp to and from on
- Once you have those stamped you will glue it to the kraft backer
- You will then need to run a dryer sheet on the inside of the ornament and all over your faux snow
- Add a small amount of faux snow to ornament and then glue the backer to the globe
- You will want to let this dry on the belly of the globe so that your faux snow does not stick in your glue
- Once dry you can add your hanger, bow, and accent with a jingle bell


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