Sizzix Tim Holtz Snowglobe Redux

Sizzix Tim Holtz Snowglobe Redux

I don't know about you, but this year has been a hard one. The holidays in particular have been very stressful. So I should be willing to put them behind me and move on, right? But no. I had to do one more card with this set of dies. It's just SO COOL and I have endless ideas!

I wanted to flip this around and use some papers I bought last year but are magically still available, Fancy Pants Wish Season by Kim Watson. This gave the card a whole different look! Lookie:


GOJUS!! I decided instead of a town inside the snowglobe, I was going to have just one house in the mountains. And I decided to put the globe behind snow drifts, giving me an opportunity to use my new MFT Stitched Basic Edges 2.


I love the variation you can get by using the different papers for the houses and the little pieces that go behind the windows.


I used a greeting from Hero Arts Color Layering Christmas Trees, stamping it on some of the paper from the pad, and embossed it using Hero Arts white EP. I then punched it out with a retired SU! punch. I can't believe they retired it because it is so useful. Can't find it anywhere else either. Boo.


A little bit of baker's twine…


A couple of Doodlebug Sprinkles in the corner and stars cut out of brushed silver card stock on the tip of every tree.



Below is my list of products that I used, and I have used compensated affiliate links where they were available, as I now participate in affiliate programs for Simon Says Stamp, Amazon, Ellen Hutson LLC,, Ribbon Resource, Gina K, Sizzix, and Blick Art Supplies. Buying through these links costs you nothing extra and helps support my blog and my artistic endeavors, and I thank you. Links to Stampin' Up! products lead to their online store, and you may check out as a guest or choose your favorite demonstrator.


Enjoy! Ta!

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2 thoughts on “Sizzix Tim Holtz Snowglobe Redux”

  • Wow!! I just love this and I’m so glad you shared the close up of details. It turned out so beautiful! Could you share with me though, how you get your die cut stitching to show up so well? Mine always looks invisible. I have even cut & embossed it & still nothing noticeable ????
    Thanks and Happy New Years 🙂

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