Welcome back! Have you been following along this week with all of the DIY Halloween treats that I’ve been sharing? If not, make sure to use the links at the bottom to look back a few days. I’ll have two more to share with you as well, so check back in the next few days! Today I have a neat snow globe treat holder to share with you that I made with the new Stampin Up Snow Globe Scenes dies. Here it is!
You can do sooooo many things with these snow globe dies and clear plastic domes. One day it occured to me that you could even put treats inside them, so I tried it out on these Halloween cards!
Putting these together takes a few steps and some thought. I did the thought, so I wanted to share here so that you just have to do the steps! You will need the following (product links are at the bottom if you need them):
- 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ Smoky Slate cardstock to make a flat card (or if you want this to be a folding card you need it to be 8 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ folded in half)
- 4″ x 5 1/4″ Basic Black cardstock, with the snow globe die cut out, then embossed with the Bricks and Mortar embossing folder
- A piece of Monster Bash designer paper cut slightly larger than the snow globe dome. Keep in mind you want the haunted house placed towards the top of the dome so that it will show.
- A snow globe base die cut from Smoky Slate cardstock
To assemble the card, first remove the adhesive strip from the top side of the clear plastic dome. Insert it through the back side of the black cardstock and press to adhere.
Lay the designer paper on top of the Smoky Slate cardstock where you think it will be placed correctly for the snow globe dome. Do not use adhesive yet.
Lay the black cardstock on top to see if the designer paper is in the correct place. If not, adjust it until it is placed correctly.
Lay the black cardstock aside. It’s time to adhere the designer paper in its current spot. I did this by pressing down on the left side to hold it in place, while lifting the right side. With the right side lifted, I rolled some Snail adhesive underneath, then pressed it back down. Next I lifted the left side to put Snail underneath it.
Lay a few treats on top where the dome will be placed. Don’t put so many that you can’t see the haunted house!
Place adhesive on the back side of the black cardstock. I used Tear & Tape adhesive. I removed the paper backing from both the tape and the back side of the snow globe dome, then carefully laid it over top of the gray cardstock in the correct place and pressed down to adhere.
I added a few decorations and the snow globe treat holder is complete! So cute! Try these out and let me know how it goes!
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