I love the Ellen Hutson, LLC Shaker Globe die by Julie. When it released last year I made so many of these adorable shaker window tags. This season I am creating a more realistic shaker globe ornament. This creation actually goes together much easier and is super cute!
You will need to cut two of the dies with the holes and the tag topper from heavy weight card stock. And two shaker pouches; I like the treat pouches for extra dimension. A small scrap strip of clear plastic sheeting or you can use a strip of white paper.
Stamp and color the penguin. If you have a die cut, then cut the image plus one blank. If you fussy cut like I did simply trace the cut image face down. Draw a simple silhouette to create the ‘back’ of the penguin. Sandwich the clear plastic strip between the layers, leaving a strip to be sandwiched between the shaker layers.
I adhered the circle pouches to the shaker globe to the outside of the frames using MonoMulti liquid glue and added my little penguin in using a scrap of plastic sheeting to the back side. I found putting the embellishments in the larger treat size pouch easier. Then glue the back to the front and lay flat to dry. Simple, easy and amazing.
To make the base partially cut the die with the hole from brown cardstock, aligning the straight edge of the paper just above the bottom of the circle.
TIPS used Multi Medium Matte for adhearing the two sides together because it dries smooth, whereas the Tombow glue remains tacky and the embellishments stick to the glue.
- Shaker Globe by Julie dies, Ellen Hutson LLC
- Solar White Heavyweight 110lb Neenah Cardstock
- Brown cardstock
- Snow Flurries Mix, EBE Embellishments, Ellen Hutson LLC
- 2” Circle Shaker Pouch, My Favorite Things
- 2” Circle Shaker Treat Pouches, My Favorite Things
- Tombo Mono Multi Liquid Glue
- Multi Medium Matte, Ranger
- Crystal Clear Plastic Sheets, Ellen Hutson LLC (scrap piece)
- Holiday Penguins stamp set, My Favorite Things