These darling little photo snowglobe ornaments were made by Megan Hayashi! Here’s her tutorial…”Painted inside of one side of a laminating sleeve. Placed picture on top and added some glitter. Then laminated with clean side of sleeve on top. The base is made out of cardstock paper.” What a cute Christmas gift for parents and family! Just take a photo of your kid(s) sitting on the floor then cut out the backgrounds.
- Laminating sheets
- White acrylic paint
- Card stock paper
Cut two circles out of the laminating sheet. I used a cup to trace out the circles. Paint one side near the bottom for the snow. Put white dots of paint around where the picture will be. Leave a little space at the edges for the laminating sheets to stick together, you can trim the excess off after.(this will be the back) Let paint Dry. Cut out image of child (cut close with no background) position image on painted circle. Lightly add glitter around image. Try to stay away from the edges so the laminating sheets will stick. Laminate. Punch a hole in the top for string. Cut out a base from laminated card stock (you will need 2 per ornament.) glue base near the bottom of the laminated circles. Sandwich the “globe” between the 2 bases so that the back is covered too. Write names, year, decorate bases.
Here’s Anthea‘s kids versions of the ornament…so cute having all her kids in one ornament!!
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