Thursday, December 17, 2015

Paper snowglobe

I love this particular gift card holder ! I find the idea while looking at Pinterest, where I saw gift card into snowglobe made with mason jar. I decide to recreate the globe effect with tracing paper :

I stamped a Christmas tree (Hero Arts) with Memento black ink on the tracing paper, cut it in a circle shape (Martha Stewart circle cutter), then added color with Copic markers and white gel pen. Before adding some white snowflake punches into it, I sewed the edges, letting an opening at the bottom.
Then I glue two rectangles of Kaisercraft paper (one larger to fold over the other) over the globe.
You can slip a gift card into it by the bottom of the base.

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See you tomorrow !


  1. This is such a great idea!! Love how you made this and how perfect for Christmas!! Am going to try to make this so am pinning YOUR post and love Pinterest for all these kind of ideas, don't you!!

  2. The stitching is a fun touch to add to this cute holder. You have so many style that are so pretty. Also, did you get my mailing address? I sent it to you but on my email I got some return messages and wasn't sure if it got to you.

  3. This is such a cute design and I love that sweet stamped design and punched snowflakes! The stitching adds great texture and detail as well. hat a clever way to present a gift card!

  4. Such wonderful idea for a gift card holder, and it so fits the season. I think the stitching brings the entire project to life, and it looks like most of the others who have commented agree. Thank you for sharing all your great ideas and bringing them to life.