holiday gift idea: snowglobe portrait ornaments

Do you want to create inexpensive yet special holiday gifts for your clients? Our snowglobe portrait ornaments will be sure to get your work appreciated and make your clients thankful for your talent and creativity. At about $1 each, your wallet will also thank you!

Items Needed:
• Fillable ornaments (We found ours at a local dollar store, but you can find lots by searching "Fillable Ornaments". Here is one for starters: Factory Direct Fillable Ornaments)
• Printed images or gift tags of your clients (We used the Modular Holiday Card & Sales Kit: Merry Modern gift tag templates, reduced to 80% of original size, and had them printed on heavy paper via our studio printer)
• Fake snow (available at craft stores and online)

Let's start crafting!
1. Gather your materials
2. Insert the fake snow into the ornament first
3. Gently bend the image or gift tag to insert into the ornament
4. Once inserted, use something (like chopsticks or the eraser end of a pencil) to bend the image back to its original state.
5. Close the top and add some fun ribbon or string

Do you have a creative project or gift you have created using Design Aglow templates? We would love to feature them! Find out more info and submit yours HERE.




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