Still Scenes! An adorable snow globe themed bundle!
The Stamp Review Crew, a group of stampers from around the globe that love Stampin’ Up! products, is hopping and featuring the Still Scenes Bundle from the 2019 Holiday Catalog. Although not required, the Snow Globe Shaker Domes and Snowflake Sequins are a must-have combination to make the snow globe scenes pop!
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I am continuing with my #madforplaid obsession! If you joined us for the last hop showcasing Winter Woods, you would have seen more creations using the Buffalo Check Background stamp that I have incorporated into this Still Scenes snow globe featuring a northwoods feel.
Cut a piece of Basic Black Cardstock to 4 1/4 x 11. Score and fold at 5 1/2.
Use the Stamparatus to stamp the Buffalo Check Background Stamp in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink onto a piece of Real Red Cardstock. Note: It may take a few applications to get good coverage on the black ink.
Cut down to 4 x 5 1/8, following the edges of the check pattern.
Use a die-cutting and embossing machine to crop the following pieces using the Snow Globe Scenes Dies::
- Crop the Buffalo Check piece for the Snow Globe Shaker Dome using the coordinating die, saving the cropped die-cut. Adhere the Snow Globe Shaker Dome to the backside. Add Snowflake Sequins, set aside.
- Crop the tree scene in Shimmery White Cardstock. Color with an Aqua Painter and Garden Green Classic Ink. Add Snowfall Accents Puff Paint and activate with a Heat Tool.
- Crop the bears in Basic Black Cardstock. Adhere to the trees with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals. Adhere to the cropped die-cut from above (Buffalo Check). Position and tape in place behind the Snow Globe Shaker Dome. Adhere to the card base with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- Zip through a piece of Basic Black Cardstock tucked inside the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder. Crop three pieces with the die for the snow globe base. Adhere them together with Snail Adhesive. Wrap with Linen Thread. Tie a bow of Linen Thread and adhere with a Mini Glue Dot. Adhere below the Snow Globe Shaker Dome with Mini Glue Dots.
Stamp the sentiment (Itty Bitty Christmas) in Versamark Ink onto a piece of Basic Black Cardstock that has been rubbed with an Embossing Buddy. Cover with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder, flick to remove the excess, and set with a Heat Tool. Crop with the Classic Label Punch, snip the ends to obtain a straight edge. Adhere with Snail Adhesive.
So, who else loves Buffalo Check as much as I do? and I love it as a Snow Globe with a mom and baby black bear.
Do you struggle with masculine cards? I hear that a lot, but masculine cards are some of my favorite to create…it may be because of the way I was brought up (horses, hunting, and more) so they come easier to me, not sure, but I truly hope I am inspiring others to help create more masculine creations.
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