Santa Snow Globe

Tag It, Stampin' Up!, Ronald McDonald House CharitiesFirst, thank you to everyone who sent well wishes to my little Walter.  He’s doing much better, and though he doesn’t exactly enjoy having peanut butter spread over the roof of his mouth four times a day, he did let me pet him this afternoon, so that’s a good thing.  He had been ignoring me, and he still won’t take a treat from me unless Mike gives him one first.  And then I have to give one to Hoss to prove there are no pills in it.  On a kind of related note – watch for Jif Peanut Butter stocks to rise soon.

I was in the craft store the other day, because I needed some things Stampin’ Up! doesn’t sell right now.  I told Stephanie what I was looking for, and she made several very good suggestions.  Too good, actually.  I spent about $20 more than I had intended, because Stephanie sent me to the rack of inexpensive items that were all Christmas-related.  One of my finds was this snow globe.  It’s really two semi-globes attached at the top.  There’s a slit in the bottom where you can insert whatever you’d like into the globe – stamped images, kids pictures, whatever you want.

I used the Santa image from Tag It.  I whipped this up fairly quickly, so it’s far from perfect, but I think it’s cute and it makes me happy.  This Santa is just so jolly.  (I guess all Santa’s are jolly, though, right?  So – kudos, Santa.  You’re doing your job!)

Remember if you purchase the Tag It set, $3 from the sale will go to Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC).  Stampin’ Up! has been a huge supporter of RMHC since 2003.  It’s exciting to be part of this amazing organization.

You can read more about our philanthropic efforts here.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy –  and have a wonderful day!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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