Festive Winter Sweets
Other Products: Yellow Stickles; White Color Box ink; Die cutting Machine; Foam Sheet; Embossing folder from Cuttlebug, Silver Cardstock
For more tips on creating with the Festive Winterscapes Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/3K3j7I16JBI.
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Instructions: Prepare a white 6 x 6” card base with a piece of the Luxe Silver card stock on top 1 /4 inch smaller. Before adhering to the card base use the 2 smaller circles from the Snowglobe die set and cut out the silver circle for the globe that you will need later. Adhere to the card base. Cut a piece of the White card stock 5 1/2 x 5 1/2" and place in the embossing folder and run through the die cut machine. Cut and add foam strips to the back and adhere to the card. Cut a piece of the silver 1 3/4 x 5 1/2" and add the card.
Die cut the globe out of the white card stock, add foam strips to the back and adhere to the card. Add the silver circle that was cut out earlier.
Stamp the lamp post and Bakery building on the white with black ink. Color with the Zig markers, die cut with the coordinating die, add foam dots to the back of the bakery and adhere to the center of the globe. Add the Lamp post to the right side on the globe. Stamp the Trees on the white card stock with the Northern Pine ink, color with the Zig makers. Add small foam dots to the back and adhere to the left side of the globe. Add Nuvo Crystal drops to the trees for the Christmas ornaments, set aside to dry.
On White card stock stamp both the Poinsettias and leaves with the White Color Box ink, heat emboss with the White powder, cut out with the coordinating die, place in the mold and run through the die cut machine. Put 2 flowers together to make one flower and adhere to the top of the Snowglobe.
To finish, add glitter to the flowers and leaves with Yellow Stickles in the center. Add the White adhesive and the Frosting Powder to the lower part of the globe to give it the appearance of snow on the ground.