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Christmas Snowglobe Die-cut Card

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Put a whimsical spin on your Christmas crafting with Keren Baker’s snowglobe-effect greeting. Packed with technique, try heat embossing, stamping, die-cutting and colouring in just one project!

Christmas Snowglobe Die-cut Card

Dies: Stampin’ Up! Truck Ride; circles
Stamps, Stampin’ Up! Ride With Me
Inks: black; clear embossing
Nuvo Crystal Drops, Ivory Seashell
Embossing powder, white
Cardstock: red corrugated; white, green, blue, grey, black, red
Patterned paper
Alcohol markers
Glitter, white
Punch, circle
Heat tool
Adhesives: 3D foam pads, glue
Die-cutting machine

1. Create a 13cm square blank from red corrugated card. Layer a smaller white layer on top. Die cut a truck from green and cut out the front side only. Die cut a large circle from blue, wheel arches from grey and wheels from black.

2. Stamp a tree and window onto white, colour in, then trim. Adhere a thin strip of wood grain paper along the top and bottom of the truck. Fix the window, handle and wheel arches to the vehicle and attach the wheels using 3D foam pads.

3. Trim a strip of white card, snip into a wavy edge, then sprinkle white glitter on top. Cut grass edging from dark green card and adhere behind the white wavy strip.

4. Adhere the blue circle onto the blank. Punch mini circles from coloured card and fix to the tree. Secure the tree behind the truck, then attach the truck to the card front. Fix the snow and grass strips with 3D foam pads, trimming to fit.

5. Stamp a sentiment onto red card in embossing ink. Sprinkle with white embossing powder and heat-set. Trim the sentiment and adhere to the card with 3D foam pads. Add Nuvo Crystal Drops to complete.

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