Tattered Lace Snow Globe Card

Stephanie Weightman Snow Globe Card #CardMaking #TatteredLace #Christmas

Tattered Lace Magazine Christmas Special #tatteredlace #stephanieweightmanI am in love with the contemporary colours that are coming in for winter; soft pinks, pale blues and creams look absolutely gorgeous with snowflake and reindeer designs for a contemporary glitzy festive feel. Add some glitter into the equation and I’m in heaven! This festive Tattered Lace snow globe card is straight from my Hobbycraft-exclusive Tattered Lace Magazine Christmas Special.

Tattered Lace Snow Globe Card

You Will Need

How to Make

1. Cut a 13 centimetre circle from complimentary dark blue paper. Mat onto the inside back of the snow globe card blank.

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2. Using the Snowglobe Christmas Tree die, cut one from white cardstock. Spray with adhesive and cover with glitter, shake off the excess.

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3. Stick a length of invisible thread to the inside front of the card with super sticky tape, making sure that the thread is taut.

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4. Cut a 14 centimetre circle from white cardstock, cut a 12 centimetre aperture into the centre to create a frame. Stick the frame onto the inside front of the card to cover the thread top and bottom.

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5. Cut “white Christmas” from complimentary dark blue paper and mat onto the base of the card.

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6. Tie a bow with white wide organza ribbon and stick to the top of the card. Finish with a silver sparkler.

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For more great projects and hints and tips make sure to check out The Tattered Lace Christmas Special magazine.

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I have loved to craft for as long as I can remember, I started crafting many years ago when, as a child, I began making clothes for my dolls and it has been a life long passion ever since. Whether you give me paper, yarn, fabric or paint I will always try to find a way to use it that hasn't been done before and then share this with everyone. I love the community feel of the craft industry, everyone loves to share their latest projects and help each other - I don't know of any other industry where this happens quite like ours!

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