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Cabin Snowglobe
by Sue McRae

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Hello everyone, Sue here with a card using the Cabin Snowglobe Pop Up Easel Die Set. This is such a wonderful set for creating charming Christmas, winter, or anytime of the year cards. It’s perfect for making masculine cards, which I know can be difficult to create.

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I went with a frosty look in blues, pinks and purples for my design. For the background I inked up the circle die cut with Distress Inks and sprayed it heavily with Perfect Pearls for lots of shimmer.

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To create a swirly, windy sky I embossed this piece with the Waves 3D Embossing Folder. Love how it turned out!

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I die cut all my different scene pieces with a variety of Memory Box coloured and glitter cardstock.

For the snowglobe base I used the White Woodgrain Paper and ink blended some gray on top.

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You can really play around with all the layers and add foam adhesive to create depth and dimension. I added foam dots between the house and yellow window background for some nice shadows.

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The great thing about this popup card, is that it fits into an A2 envelope, even with all the layers and added dimension.

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I stamped a simple sentiment on the inside of the card so that there’s lots of room for adding a personal message.

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Just think how different this card would look for spring with grass instead of snow, some added flowers and blooming trees and a bright sky inked in yellow and orange.

Thanks for visiting with me on the blog today!

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Comments

I didn't see this easel card before, but I do love those Poppy Stamps easel cards. I have the bird house, winter house & just got the one with the door. I love all the colors of the trees and house. Cute, Cute and more than cute.

Hi Sue, I adore this snowglobe easel card, I'm loving your blended colours for the sky background.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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