Sunday, November 24, 2013

A Frosty Snowglobe {PP173}

Hiya, peeps!  It's another week week with The Paper Players and our fabulous hostess Jaydee has a twist on this month's sketch challenge....our sketch is a SHAPE!
For this challenge, all I had to do was make a card with any shape EXCEPT the traditional rectangle or square.  I surveyed my dies and framelits and decided on the shape of a snowglobe:
The basic shape of this card was easy to make with a circle framelit and some extra cardstock.  I started with a piece of Smoky Slate cardstock folded in half.  I ran the folded cardstock through the Big Shot with a circle Framelit making sure to place the fold just below the top of the die.  When cut, you are left with a folded circle! 
A small piece of cardstock attached to the bottom makes the perfect stand for my snowglobe.  I used the Word Window punch to add some detail to the bottom.  The "stand" need a little something else and the Adorning Accents embossing folder seemed perfect...especially after I added some rhinestones!
I love the look of embossing on Silver Foil sheets and with the coordinating Festive Flurry stamp set and Framelits, you have a beautiful centerpiece in no time! 

While  I had everything out, I decided to make a second snowglobe card with more paper from the  Winter Frost DSP stack.  This time using the colors of Smoky Slate and Pool Party.  Side by side they make a lovely pair don'tcha think?!

Wait until you see the inspiration from the rest of the Design Team--it's sure to knock your socks off!  Do check them out and then come on back to play along with us at The Paper Players before our challenge ends on Friday, November 29th at Noon (PST).

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Supplies
Stamps: Festive Flurry, That's the Ticket, Magical Season
Ink: Island Indigo, Coastal Cabana, Smoky Slate & Versamark
Paper: Smoky Slate, Island Indigo, Pool Party & Whisper White CS; Silver Foil Sheets
Xtras: Festive Flurry Framelits;  Ticket punch; Word Window punch; Adorning Accents embossing folder; Basic Rhinestones; Silver 1/8" ribbon; Large Rhinestones

9 comments:

LeAnne said...

What a cool snowglobe! I love all the details you added...the snowflakes are gorgeous and your embossing at the bottom adds a perfect touch. I just ordered that sentiment too...can't wait to play with it!

stampwithsandy said...

This is such a fabulous shaped card, Nance! Love the snowglobe idea and the the embossing on silver is just stunning, must try that.

Nancy said...

Even prettier IRL! Love the snow globe shape and all the glitter plus the back of the card is stamped as well!
Luv,
Mom

Diane - oliver.mdiane@comcast.net said...

Nance how cute is that. Love the colors and bling and everything.
I'm really enjoying the shaped cards... wow. Lots of inspiration!
Hugs and Happy Holidays!

Ann Schach said...

Wow! These are gorgeous, Nance! I love the bling!

Marisa said...

Loving that snowflake image and how smart to make a snow globe :) Trusting all is well with you ((hugs))

Linda Callahan said...

Wow so clever - love the snowglobes! Now if there were just some snow in the background of your pictures.... ;)

Jaydee said...

Nance, your snowglobe is amazing. I love that you created the scalloped area on the base, and that you kept the theme going all the way through to the inside. Ingenious!
Hugs
Jaydee

Anne Marie Hile said...

I LOVE all of the fabby detail you added, Nance! YOu always keep the "party" going on the inside of the card, too. Such a creative card, my friend! Hugs! :)