Using your Margaret Sherry Christmas Cuties stamps and snow globe die from issue 200

Thomas Poad, Senior Production Editor

Craft this adorable card using the Margaret Sherry Christmas Cuties stamps and snow globe die from your cover gift in issue 200 of Cardmaking & Papercraft.

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You’ll need:

  • Your cover gift
  • White card
  • Patterned papers
  • Die-cutting machine
  • Acetate
  • Microbeads
  • Foam tape and pads
  • Alcohol markers or colouring pencils
  • Gems
  • Black ink pad
  • Acrylic block
Season's squeakings
1. Layer a 110mm square of checked paper onto a 115mm square of green card then a 120mm square base. Add a 105x45mm piece of floral paper to the bottom of the base.
 
2. Die cut the snow globe from the centre of a 90mm square of embossed white card. Add acetate to the reverse of the aperture, then add foam tape around the aperture. 
 
3. Stamp the mouse onto white card, checking that it is positioned to show through the snow globe aperture. Colour. Attach to the base. Sprinkle microbeads onto the image and attach the snow globe panel.
 
4. Cut a snow globe from red card and paper piece into the shaker. Paper piece two green hearts and a white star into the snow globe. Add two layered stamped sentiments onto the base with foam pads. Add red gems, to finish. 
 
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