Happy Wednesday!!! Guess what time it is...time to create with Eileen Hull Design Chapter 3 and/or 4 New Die Releases!!!
The teams were asked to create Non-Christmas projects this month using the dies!
SO...I thought how about transforming the Sizzix Ornament Die #665327 in to a Snow Globe!
You know we love Snow Globes.
Fabulous to collect or to give as gift all year long!
Begin by cutting the Sizzix Ornament Die #665327 using chipboard.
Taking the the piece that creates the box; cut in half as shown in photo.
Glue sides and bottom together to form bottom of Snow Globe.
Cut 3 pieces from scrap chipboard to form base that the Snow Globe will rest on; refer to photo.
Adhere 3 pieces together
Apply adhesive using your Xyron Creative Station Lite with Permanent Adhesive or use your favorite adhesive.
Adhere to sides of formed base.
Die cut 4 of the circles from the Sizzix Ornament Die #665327. Adhere pattern paper to two circles.
Die cut Romance Flower from center of 3 of the circles; one being a circle with pattern paper.
Take flower that has the paper on it and place prepared base to top.
Add beads to inside of flower.
Cut acetate and add to front of flower piece.
Adhere pattern paper flower die cut to top to create shaker box.
Add twine around the edges of snow globe.
Die cut circle from Sizzix Ornament Die #665327 chipboard and pattern paper; adhere together to form base.
Adhere prepared snow glow to front of box.
Adhere to prepared base.
Cut two 4 3/4" and 5" circles from pattern paper; adhere all pieces together to create base.
Die cut Mandala Thinlit from black card stock; adhere to base.
Add metal charm and bow to Snow Globe.
Add small flowers to top and base of Snow Globe.
Add small pearls to Snow Globe.
Place key on base.
I hope you grab yourself Eileen's Ornament Die and Mandala dies to create Snow Globes all year long! Enjoy Pam
Eileen Hull Designs/Romance Flower #661110
Authentique Dame Collection
4 3/4" and 5" Circle Dies
Black Card Stock
Pink, Rose, and Black Beads
Black and Rose 1/4" Ribbon
Metal Memories Charm, Key, Pearls
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