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Snowglobe Rosette Ornament or Gift Tag

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Looking for that special Ornament to make this year? Well, we have just the thing for you! Today we are taking two of our favorite crafts and combining them to make a gorgeous ornament or gift tag. So gather up those supplies and let's create!!! 

Supplies used: 

Tag Builder Stamp Set

S'More Jesus Stamp Set 

Crystal Ball Ornament

Photoplay A Daty at the Park Solids paper collection

Brutus Monroe Cardstock -alabaster and cabbage

Brutus Monroe Stitched Square dies

Brutus Monroe Stitched Circle dies

Scotty Foam Tape (aka Scotch foam tape)

WRMK Standard Scoreboard

Fiskars Stamping Block

Art Glitter Glue

Embossing Stylus Tool

Crop-a-Dile Hole Punch

Lawn Fawn Twine

Sticky Tape 

Hot Glue Gun

Dress It Up Embellishments

Reverse Tweezers 

Silver Chenille Stems



***Magnetic Plates:

***Smaller Magnetic Plates:

***C Plate:

***Embossing Mat:

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Rosette~ we start with 1 piece of 12x12 pattern cardstock ( tip, you will want to use cardstock and not a scrapbook or thinner paper). Take the 12x12 piece and cut it down to 3 strips that measure 3 1/4 x 12 inches.  Now you will score the entire strip at every 1 /2 inch across the entire strip. Once you have that done accordion pleat the strips. 

** Next you will take a hole punch and punch holes across one end of the strips (see photo)

.* Next take the twine and thread it thru the entire strip, like you are doing a sewing basting stitch( see the photo) 

* Gather to strip up by tugging gently on the twine and laying the rosette flat as you go, then tie a nice tight knot at the end. 

You just made the rosette, without hot glue!!!! 

Middle "star" layer~

** Cut 3 squares out of green cardstock that measures approx 3 1/2-4 inches. Glue these onto the rosette in a "star" like fashion. **tip: you can also use a pretty doily for this layer**

Background Scene~

We are using a 4-inch acrylic ornament half for the snowglobe 

*Cut 1 circle that measures approx 4 inches from pattern paper for the background and cut 1 circle that is approx 4 inches out of white cardstock, to use for snow banks. 

*stamp images, color, and fussy cut-out and add embellishments to create the scene. 

*Next glue the background scene that you created to the acrylic ornament. you just created the snowglobe portion of the ornament! 

** Now glue the ornament snowglobe to the rosette! 


We used 2 silver chenille stems to decorate around the snowglobe and ties a pretty bow to the top of the rosette snowglobe ornament.  We also used a 4-inch white circle and stamped a sentiment to glue to the back of the rosette. 

Please remember to head on over to our Facebook group, Maymay Made It and So Did I: a place to share your Maymay inspired projects.  We love to see your versions. You can also showcase your creations on the Customer Gallery, to show us what you are making with the products you have purchased from our store.




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  • Hi Maymay,

    I found one of your videos by accident a couple of weeks ago and loved it. Now, I can’t seem to get enough. You are a great instructor; so easy to follow, have such a pleasant voice, and make me laugh.
    The videos have been so helpful. We have our house up for sale and have packed many of my tools. I convinced my husband to go to our storage shed and get some essentials. Your paper pack ideas have been a lifesaver for me this year.
    Thank You and Merry Christmas,
    Deb Holtschlag

    Deb on
  • I was going to watch this just for the rosette. I sat and watched the whole thing. That project is so cute! I love it and you are such an easy teacher to follow. Thank you for this video.

    Beth Fulwiler Swaney on

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