Tattered Lace Essentials Snowglobe Die

Just a brief post to show some fun I had with the Tattered Lace Essentials Snowglobe Die and a number of Sue Wilson’s Craft Dies.

Like the other Tattered Lace card creating die sets there are useful dies beyond those required to make your base card. This set contains 9 dies in total – two cut the card base; then there are three gorgeous snowflake and four word dies.

TL Snowglobe Die

I used Centura Pearl cardstock to cut two globes the back in black, the front in white – the white one was then cut again to create the globe front ‘frame’. The ‘base’ for the globe was created by cutting part of a third globe in an embossed gold cardstock and sticking it onto the front of the white frame.

The Season’s Greetings was cut using two of the word dies.

The trees, deer, star, label and snow are cut using dies by Sue Wilson, some new some old – see the list below.

The snow was cut using one of the Lyra edge dies from the central circle cut from the frame and the ‘label’ used for the greeting is a smaller die from one of the Noble die collections.

The star is one from those in the 2015 Christmas Angel set.

The deer was cut from Kraft card, then inked through the die with Tea Dye Distress Ink and some of the gold embossed card stuck behind the filigree section.

Snowglobe Card

Items used:

 

Tattered Lace Essentials Snowglobe Die (3D06)

Craft Dies by Sue Wilson:

Festive Collection – 2015 Christmas Angel (CED3016)

Festive Collection – Winter Trees (CED3041)

Festive Collection – Deer Family (CED3042)

Gemini Collection – Lyra (CED4403)

Noble Dies – Lavish Accented Design (CED5506)

Centura Pearl cardstock in black, white and green from my stash

Kraft card from my stash

Gold embossed card from my stash

Distress Ink – Tea Dye

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