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Christmas Snowman

Morning crafty friends, it's Julianne here back with a snow globe inspired Christmas card just in time for Christmas. This is my first shaped card and I just love how it turned out. I have had the Honey Bee Snow Buddies stamp set for awhile now and really wanted to make a card with those cute snowmen.
I started off by using some nested circle dies to cut my card base as well as the shaker element. To make a border around the snow globe I used two of the nested dies together on both white and silver glitter cardstock and adhered them together to get some dimension. Next I started working on the design of the card, I knew I wanted all 3 snowmen in the card as well as one of the bunnies and birds. With a lot of masking I was able to fit each image in along with all the cute accessories that are also included in the set. I have mentioned before how much I love HoneyBee Stamp products, the amount of images and sentiments you get in their sets is amazing.
Once I had all my masking completed I started my coloring, I used copic markers for this. It is hard to tell with all the glitter in the snow globe but once I was completed with my coloring I added some white highlights to not only the images but I also drew snowflakes in the background.
Using the same nested circle dies I die cut some Hero Arts Acetate Sheets to make the shaker portion of the card adhering it with some more liquid adhesive. I added some foam adhesive to the back of the shaker and before adhering to my card base I added some Lawn Fawn Chunky Glitter to act as snow. I decided before I adhered the shaker to stamp a sentiment as well as a snowmen on the inside to compete the card. 
Thank you so much for stopping by to check out my snow globe inspired Christmas card, make sure to check out the rest of the amazing inspiration from the other design team members on the Butterfly Reflections, Ink. Blog. The new design team will be starting soon and I'm super excited to see all of their new creations, so stay tuned. The amazing Clearance Sale at Butterfly Reflections still has some great items for some truly great prices if you are interested.


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