I wanted to try out using multiple colours of glitter on the wet paste, so stencilled a couple of images in case one went wrong. I also flipped the stencil, so the reindeer faces the other way.
I used a Sweet Poppy stencil, called Caribou Snow Globe, teamed with their own PearlWhite Stencil Paste. Since I started using Lucy's instruction of 6 pieces of masking tape- 2 at the bottom, two at the top, and one either side, I've had no disasters when applying the paste.
By the way, the cardstock is Clarity Stencil Card, 7" square.
All goes well, apart from catching the paste slightly just on the lower left of the image. Note to remember: Do NOT wear a bracelet with any dangling pieces!
In this case, as I'm intending to cover it with glitter, it doesn't matter, as it won't show.
I've chosen 4 glitter colours, a Crystal one for the snow, a brown for the deer & the tree trunks, green for the trees, and a lovely gold sparkle one for the snow globe itself.
I've done the gold first, so that the following colours won't stick to the Globe.
Next came the trees, and I ended up getting green on the snow,as well as down the trunk of the tree, followed by the Crystal on the snow lines.
Then I trimmed each image down, matted onto some gold card, and attached to a 5" square card blank.
For the sentiment, instead of stamping, I thought I'd use some peel offs, I have loads and they need to be used up! I have some very small Christmas words, and added these on the top left and bottom right of the Snow Globe.
I could have done this more easily if I'd let the paste dry, then used glue to add the glitter afterwards, I think. Trust me to do things the hard way!