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A big congrats to Rochelle, the newest Featured Stamper (FS557)! She has a sweet gallery & after browsing, I chose THIS to case. I kept the Christmas snow globe but left off the shaker & used different images & dies.

I love this big snow globe and the Christmas Village images fit perfectly inside it. Just had to decide which ones to use. Finally decided on the lovely Gazebo &  Lamp Post & added a couple more trees for balance. After stamping the globe, I die cut a circle almost the same size out of copy paper & used the left over as a reverse mask to stamp the images inside & keep them from going out of the edges.

After coloring everything, I used a white gel pen to add snow where I wanted it &  then some stickles for sparkle. The Triple Holly was fussy cut &  added & the greeting was stamped on the red & I used the white gel pen to highlight the letters. 

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used.

Thanks so much for stopping by! 


Stamps: DRS Designs –  Christmas Lamp Post, Holly Days, Snow Globe, Gazebo, Christmas Village 4 in 1, Triple Holly, (inside – Beautiful Holiday)
Paper: Staples 110# white, red
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Accessories:  Lil’ Inker stitched rectangle dies,  Copic markers, stickles, white gel pen, Misti


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Welcome to a new challenge for  Serendipity Stamps! The Serendipity Challenge this week is a Shaped Card.  You can find all the details on how to play along with us at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog. With each challenge we always have a gift certificate up for grabs to a random player. Our sale this week to go with our challenge is Buy 3, Get a 4th free.  Good 12/4 through 12/11

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I went with a snow globe shape for my little shaker card. The wonderful winter scene was stamped and colored with Copics then I added stickles to the snow for some sparkle and white dots to the sky for falling snow. While that was drying, I die cut a snow globe out of silver card stock and a larger circle to go with it. I used another size circle to cut a piece of acetate for the front. It is big enough to fit between the smaller and larger silver circles so the edges will be covered. For fun, I die cut a snowy border die out of white then snipped off a bunch of the snowflakes and sandwiched them between the layers.

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I traced around the snow globe shape on my folded white card and fussy cut it in the same shape. After cutting the scene into a circle, I elevated the acetate layers, making sure it had silicone sealant all the way around, then added some tiny silver beads and round silver confetti (not too much..I didn’t want it cover up the scene) before sealing them together. A silver string and bow were added to the top. So it’s a card…it’s a snow globe…it’s a shaker ornament to hang on the tree! These are the Copics I used to color the scene. 

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Stamps: Serendipity Stamps Winter Farm
Paper: Neenah white, brushed silver. clear acetate
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black
Accessories: Copic markers, Spellbinders circle dies, Memory Box frostyville border & lg snow globe dies, white gel pen, stickles, silver beads & confetti, ribbon, silver cord, silicone adhesive
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Congrats to Sharri, the Featured Stamper this week on Splitcoast (FS304)! What a wonderful gallery she has! I chose her We Are Strong card to case. I kept the big circles and horizontal layout but changed most everything else…the colors, the images and no designer paper.

The images are all from DRS Designs.  This week for the DRS Thursday Challenge, the theme was Snow Fun, so this is also for that challenge. There are some fab prizes involved and DRS images are not required, so head on over and link up your Snow Fun card!

To make my card, I die cut the snow globes out of white c/s, silver c/s and some acetate circles out for the front. I also die cut slightly larger circle frames to go on top of the acetate circles. On the white versions, I stamped my snowmen, masked them then stamped the tree line in gray ink. In lt blue ink, I stamped the snow bg. on the sky and colored in the scene using Copics. I added dots of stickles all over then pressed the acetate circles on top. The little silver frames were glued on top of the acetate. I hoped the glitter glue would hold the acetate, but when it dried, it really didn’t work out, so I added the snowflake brads to hold the acetate on.

Half of the sentiment was stamped on another circle and some snowflakes added. I also stamped some green and some silver snowflakes on the green bg before attaching to a silver layer and then to my 5.50 x 4.25 white card.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Enjoy your week, Sharri!


Stamps: DRS Designs – Simply Snowman, Tiny Snowman, Pine Tree Snowdrifts 4 in 1 Snowflakes, Merriest Christmas GreetingSnow Bg
Paper: Neenah white, Christmas green, metallic silver, acetate (clear poly sheets)
Ink: Memento sky blue, tuxedo black, London fog, Kaliedacolor fresh greens, Colorbox red lipstick chalk ink, Tsukineko Ultimate metallic silver pigment
Accessories: Copic markers, Spellbinders circle dies, Memory box lg & sm snow globe dies, snowflake brads, stickles
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