Pretty cool the way it is, but I took it to the next level by trying out how it would look colored with Copic markers.
Right here you can see how cool it looks after applying some white Gesso as my base
and here we are after adding some Crystal glitter.
Mr. Snowman needed a base to his snow globe that stood out a little more, so I colored it in with a dark red Copic marker.
I flipped the snow globe around, adhered some acetate so my glitter would not fall out, and to give it some volume so it actually could be a snow globe and hold glitter, I adhered dimensional foam tape all around the perimeter of the globe part and made sure I adhered it well, so none of the glitter would fall out.
Alright, after taking the backing off the foam tape I added some silver German glass glitter and Crystal glitter. To back the globe part, I cut a circle and adhered it to, and by choosing silver paper it really gave it the desired look I was going for!
To finish my card off I adhered a sentiment and an arrangement of some greenery and flowers to complete my snow globe shaker card.
Supplies used to create this card:
ULD wood embellishment: Snow Globe Snowman
Paper: Vintage Cream, Burgundy, DP My Minds Eye Lost&Found Christmas, silver specialty paper
Inks: VersaFine Onyx Black, Copic markers, white Gesso, silver glitter paint
Accessories: Tulle fringe trim, Vintage Labels die (for my sentiment) , silver German glass glitter, Crystal glitter, WOC roses and sweetheart blossoms, greenery, foam tape
Size: 5.5" x 5.5"
Well, this is my project share for today. If you have any questions, please ask away and I will try my best to answer any questions. Thanks so much for stopping by today and checking out this fun card.
Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!