With Christmas getting closer and closer I was looking for a card idea which is easy to mass produce if needed. So I created a little snow globe scene using stamps and dies from Newton’s Nook Designs.
I started with stamping the Snowfall Roundabout stamp with Versamark ink on a light blue cardstock and white heat embossed it. Then I die cut it with a stitched circle die from Circle Frames. I added tiny it of shading with Blueprint Sketch Distress oxide ink and a blending brush.
Then I stamped the sleigh riders from Winter Memories in black on white cardstock and cut it out with its coordinating die. While I was die cutting I also cut a snowbank with a Land Border die from white glitter cardstock. I used the Snow globe shaker die set to cut the bottom of the snow globe from mirror cardstock and assembled the snow globe.
As I wanted to stamp over the heat embossed background, I chose Staz-on ink. It worked like a charm. I popped up the snow globe on a white scalloped rectangle (Frames and Flags) and stamped another sentiment under it in red from the Heartfelt Holidays stamp set.
I felt the scene needed a pop of red, so I chose a pretty striped paper from the Meowy Christmas paper pad.
I wish you like this serene scene and will pop in again for more holiday inspiration soon.