Snow­globe

Cardmaking and Papercraft - - Inspiration Your Gift -

1 Cut a 200mm square base card in half to make a tri­an­gle. Cover with sil­ver Mirri card, then at­tach a 200mm square of ac­etate. 2 Cut a smaller tri­an­gu­lar panel from back­ground pa­per and add to the tri­an­gle to hide the lower edge of the ac­etate. Tear three dif­fer­ent depth strips from the pa­per to cre­ate snow lay­ers. Cut one edge of the strips to fit the tri­an­gu­lar cor­ner of the base. Add Soft Snow­drift across the top torn edges. Place the largest strip flat onto the base, then add each of the smaller strips on top us­ing sticky fix­ers. 3 Add the snow­globe so it over­laps the ac­etate. Add Soft Snow­drift to some ar­eas of the image. At­tach two bells and a rib­bon bow. Cut out the girl and puppy from the square top­per and at­tach us­ing sticky fix­ers. 4 At­tach a piece of sil­ver Mirri card to the in­side of the base and layer it with a 198mm square of back­ground pa­per. At­tach the sen­ti­ment as shown and add Soft Snow­drift across the top edge, to fin­ish.

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