Think outside the glass and try creating a snowglobe out of a wine glass! This genius idea is brought to us by Graphic 45 Brand Ambassador, Linda Roos. Not only did Linda turn this glass into a snowglobe, she also has created a place for a candle on top of the wine glass stem! We hope you love this brilliant Let’s Get Cozy home decor piece as much as we do. Watch the video tutorial and try this out for yourself so you too can join our #G45Winter January Challenge.
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Create a winter themed project using Graphic 45
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Deadline: February 3rd, 2022
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Snow landscape in a wine glass
By Linda Roos
“Hi, I hope you all have a wonderful winter!
This time of the year it’s lots of snow and cold out there. My assignment this month is #G45Winter and winter to me are cold and snowy, although there isn’t much snow where I live. But we have our snow periods, and I love snow globes!
So a friend of mine told me why don’t you try to do a wine glass decoration with snow. I haven’t made one before so why not try it out? I started by going out and buying the biggest wine glass I found. I guess there are bigger ones, but this was the biggest I found. I wanted a big one so that I could fit as much as I wanted.
I used the Let’s get cozy papers because I think they are very wintery and the blue is matching great with snow.
Winter is also a dark time of the year so I wanted to put in some light string. To fit the battery I had to make a base that I glued the wine glass on. It was a little bit tricky to attach the light string but when the snow is covering the string you can’t tell and the result is amazing.
This was hard to photograph but the light reflects so nicely in the glass and white the snow.
Here comes a walkthrough and tutorial video:
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Hope you like it and find some inspiration for your own projects, happy crafting until next time!”
Love, Linda Roos