Stampin Up Snow Globe Scenes Holiday Catalog Sneak Peek!

Today is a pretty exciting day. Why, you ask? Today is the first of my holiday catalog sneak peeks! I received my new catalog order yesterday, and there just hasn’t been enough time for me to dig through and really look at everything. I’ll be doing that today! What I know is that I’m super excited to start playing with these products! Below you can see the catalog cover image and start dreaming about what might be inside. You won’t have to dream about everything though, because today’s project will give you a pretty good idea of what one product is. It’s the Stampin Up Snow Globe Scenes dies. I have fallen in love, and I’ll be interested to know if you do too!

2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog

One of the perks of being a demonstrator is that I get to see and order products for upcoming catalogs early! Customer ordering won’t begin until September 4, but demonstrator ordering began last Thursday. It’s a pretty good perk to be able to play with this fun stuff now! Are you ready to see my Stampin Up Snow Globe Scenes creation? Here it is!

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

Look closely…can you tell that the snow globe actually has a globe around it, enclosing the snowflake sequins?! I am absolutely crazy over this set, and I have sooo many ideas for how it could be used! It would work with any season and any occasion, just put something cute in the middle and make that the theme!

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

I have a feeling some of you will want to know how I made this, so follow along below and I’ll show you.

First, emboss the card front using the Hammered Metal embossing folder, which is new in the holiday catalog. When using it on white like this, I think it looks like ice or frost on glass!

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

I prepared the die cuts for the snow globe. The trees are in Pretty Peacock cardstock, and the other two are from copper foil paper.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

I cut a piece of copper foil measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ and a piece of the Night Before Christmas designer paper measuring 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″. I attached them together, then die cut out the snow globe shape.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

I laid the blue piece on top of the card front without using adhesive. I drew a very light pencil line inside the hole for the globe.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

Then I lifted the blue cardstock off of the card. If you look very closely you can see my pencil line.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

Using the pencil line as a guide, I attached the trees and deer on the card where they will show inside the globe.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

I laid a few snowflake sequins on top of the images.

Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Tutorial

Next, I placed one of our Snow Globe Shaker Domes inside the card cutout, from the back.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

I pulled the adhesive strip off of the back of the shaker dome, and lowered the card front onto the card in the correct

position. Then I applied pressure all around the dome to make sure it was adhered well.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

I lifted the blue card front back off, put adhesive on the back of it, then put it back in position. Next I adhered the base of the snow globe on top.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

I stamped this cute greeting from the Perfectly Plaid stamp set and attached it to the bottom.

2019 Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks Beautiful Stampin Up Snow Globe Christmas Card Idea with Photo Tutorial

That’s it! What a beautiful card idea for those special people on your Christmas card list!

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  • Check out my current Project in the Mail, Pressed Petals (shown below)!

Online stamping class in the mail! Receive the materials to make these beautiful handmade card ideas. Class uses the Stampin Up Pressed Petals product suite, Path of Petals stamp set, Petal Labels dies, and Pressed Petals designer paper.
Order the products I used and make this card yourself!

2 Replies to “Stampin Up Snow Globe Scenes Holiday Catalog Sneak Peek!”

  1. patricia M atkinson

    I have a few questions. Will this mail well? I mean will the dome squish going through the postal machines? Will it cost extra postage? Wonder how this would look simply making it into a shaker card. Do so love how you made it. Nice to see the steps involved and how it turned out.

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    • Anna Helman Post author

      Hi Patricia! I went to the post office to find out answers to your questions! First, it wouldn’t mail well unless in a padded envelope. The dome would get squished otherwise. The worker told me it would probably cost around $3.66 to mail them. So…you probably wouldn’t want to mail a ton of them, but it would be something nice for a few special people! You mentioned just making shaker cards, and I think that’s a great idea. You could mail them with a regular stamp and they would be just as beautiful! Let me know if you have any more questions!

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