This snowman snow globe card is perfect to send holiday cheer to someone special. This happy snowman is sure to delight children and adults of all ages with his bright smile. Who doesn't love wishes and kisses? Find out how to make this winter wonderland snowman snow globe card to delight your friends and family.
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How to Make a Snowman Snow Globe Card
- This snowman card is designed in Cricut Design Space. The snowman svg is from https://lovesvg.com/2017/11/snowman-4652/ and the snow globe card svg is from https://www.birdscards.com/free-svg-cut-files/christmas-svgs/christmas-snowmen-snowflakes-and-snowglobes/. Each of these svg have to be uploaded into Cricut Design Space. I used Recollections Festivus Paper Stack that I have had for many years.
- Insert the snow globe card svg into design space. This card is 10.9 by 7.1. Then add the score line (click shapes) and attach the score line to the card
- Then design your card with the snowman and the saying. For the saying I used the font Alphalicious, which has to be purchased in design space. In my original design I had the oval saying at the bottom of the snow globe, but after the paper was cut I loved the snowflakes across the bottom. So I decided to put the saying at the top of the snow globe.
- Cut your images and card with the Cricut Explore. I did a mix of paper and vinyl on this card because I find it easier to use the vinyl for small pieces. The vinyl works great because it's self adhesive.
- Star with the snowman and glue the black hat to the snowman and the sash onto the hat. Then start on the snowman's face. I used my Cricut tool to lay the vinyl pieces onto the snowman. Make sure you add the pink cheeks before the carrot nose.
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