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Snow Globe Tag!

Altered Snow Globe Tag!

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I have always bought my mom Snow Globes for her Christmas presents. She loves them so. Unfortunately when hurricanes took away her home she also lost her large collections of Snow Globes. So I make this fun tag for her! I know that she will treasure it, It will have a double meaning to us both. I hope that your holidays are filled with love and caring. I hope you enjoy my post!
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Here is the video link to my creative process:


I love Alteredpages and would love a gift certificate or present from them! If you are like me don’t forget to leave your list out so others can find it. Have wonderful and happy Holidays!
Don’t forget to visit my Blog!
Best,
Debi


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    1. What a cute tag Debi!
      The winter scene you used is so festive! Love the glitter!

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  2. Truly FAbulous. You made it look so real and the video makes it so easy to follow along. THANKS

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  3. I am sure your Mom is going to love it! Very pretty♥

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  4. What a fun idea! I love snow globes. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. What a wonderful use for the Water Globe stamp! Your snow globe is so pretty, I'm sure your mom will love it! Such a sweet daughter you are!
    TFS!

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  6. Wow, what a fabulous ornament. Your mom will love it, Debi!

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