Lawn Fawn Intro: Build-A-Snow Globe

Hello and welcome to September Inspiration Week! Our Fall & Winter 2023 Release is available now at your favorite store and! Woohoo! This week we will continue to introduce and highlight the new sets with design team projects, intro videos, and giveaways! Then in October we will introduce the rest of the Fall & Winter 2023 Release!

Daily Giveaway

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Big giveaway post!
Winter Birds and Winter Birds Add-On post!
AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of Build-A-Snow Globe! Shake up your holiday cards with this fun set of dies! This set includes everything you need to create a cute snow globe shaker with the included shaker elements and lots of decorating options. This adorable set can also be used to create a flat snow globe scene easy for mailing!

Design Team Inspiration

The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ideas for this new Lawn Cuts set! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details! And leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Lynnette filled her Build-A-Snow Globe with Snow One Like You and trees from Simply Celebrate Winter. Then she added lovely Christmas details with Christmas Garland, Knit Picky Winter paper and a greeting from Winter Big Scripty Words!

Marine‘s gorgeous card shows us that Fall is a perfect time for Build-A-Snow Globe! With fun images from Jump for Joy, Happy Harvest and Winter Birds her design sends a happy Fall greeting!

Elise‘s snow globe is so lovely in shades of pink! I love that she added gold metallic die cut “sequins” to match the hot foiled Winter Big Scripty Words greeting!

Audrey‘s gorgeous design shows us that snow globes are also awesome for Halloween! I love the touches of pink and gold with the traditional black and orange colors. And that polka dot Stitched Pumpkin is so cute! Audrey first die cut a white panel with Itsy Bitsy Polka Dot Backdrop, then she cut out the pumpkin. Next, she backed it with another pumpkin in black. Now I want all my pumpkins to be polka dot pumpkins, it’s so clever and sweet!

Tammy‘s shaker tags are so beautiful! She used the trees and snowflakes from the Build-A-Snow Globe set for her mini scene. Then she attached the perennial favorite snowman from Making Frosty Friends with a perfect Winter Wavy Sayings sentiment!

Megan created a Halloween card that is so cute and cheerful! It’s all about the happy colors of the snow globe scene made using Spooky Village! Then she added more cuteness with ghosts from Booyah and Simply Celebrate Fall!

Elena‘s design is so charming! I love the tone-on-tone background of Merry Mistletoe and Holly Leaves! Her snow globe scene features images from Ready Set Snow, Oh Gnome and Winter Birds! And the sweet little Snow Much Fun bear is so cute looking into the snow globe!

Latisha‘s holiday design has so much glittery goodness from our Red and Silver Sparkle cardstock packs. She trimmed the Build-A-Snow Globe, added sparkly stripes, then die cut sequins, circles and snowflakes too!

Ready Set Snow is a fun complement to the new Build-A-Snow Globe die set and Caly‘s delightful tag shows that off so well! I love how she filled the shaker with Chunky Glitter, it looks so frosty!

Grace thought way outside the box to come up with tags that are so imaginative and fun! She flipped the snow globe upside down to use the base as a crown and the globe for the faces!

Did you guess what she used for the hair, mustache and beard? They look suspiciously like our new Stitched Gourds! Then she added the tree trunk pieces from Build-A-Snow Globe to decorate the crowns. So much creativity!

Rebecca’s snow globe features our new Christmas Before ‘n Afters smooching mice! The background is stenciled with new Winter Sprigs Stencils and the greenery and berries are found in Holly Leaves Border!

Intro Video

Now, I have a video to introduce Build-A-Snow Globe! We will show you how fun and easy it is to create awesome snow globe cards! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching, I hope you are inspired!

Giveaway Time

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Build-A-Snow Globe! Tomorrow we will have another fun set to show you! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us what scene you would create in the new Build-A-Snow Globe set by September 27th at 5:00pm ET. We will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Saturday, September 23rd for our next inspiration week post!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week! We love to read your comments, tweets, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube messages! Every one of them puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys so much!


Thanks so much for visiting, have an amazing day!


347 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Build-A-Snow Globe

  1. I would have to build a mouse scene in my snow globe. Perhaps one for each season. Mice with Autumn leaves & pumpkins. Mice decorating the Christmas Tree. Mice picking Strawberries & for Spring, I’d have to get creative and mix & match a few sets to create a Spring garden for the mice to play in.
    Beautiful designs from the team 😊

  2. Christmas Fishes, Snowball Fight, A Waddling We Will Go, Mice on Ice, Penguin Party, Yeti or Not, every set could be used for an adorable scene.

  3. I am going to use the Build a Snowglobe with my new Lawn Fawn and Simon Says Stamp collab – Home for the Pawlidays! Can’t wait to start playing with both sets!!!

    1. These snowglobe cards are marvelous!!! So creative!!! I’d have to build my snowglobe using Christmas products. Santa or snowmen or a Christmas tree scene…festive and fun! 🙂

  4. I love a classic snow scene for a snow globe & think it would be fun to add a family photo for a very personal touch. Great new die set!

  5. Wow! I can’t think of one specific scene I would create, but I would love to make a set of seasonal snow globes (winter, spring, summer, fall) and fill them with the happy mice. It would be fun to have the same scene, and just change it according to the weather.

  6. The design team’s projects for this set are so amazing! Two of the things I love best about Christmas are baking and listening to Christmas carols, so I think it would be fun to build scenes with the A Creature Was Stirring or Peas on Earth sets.

  7. I tend to think of snowglobes for Christmas, but love the Halloween one! The Fall one is another great idea. I would probably make a Christmas one using fun winter critters.

  8. I would make birthday scene. My 5 year old loves snow globes, so I think it would be fun to make one for his birthday card.

  9. How imaginative are these snow globe scenes! Mine would be Thanksgiving themed, as that’s coming up next here in Canada, quickly. Afterwards, Halloween and Christmas and, perhaps, even a little New Year’s party. So many possibilities!

  10. I work in real estate, so using the snow globe with Happy Village (or Winter Village) with Tiny friends for a Congratulations on your New Home card would be very cute to give as part of a settlement gift!!

  11. I’m thinking the mama bear hugging the little cub in the Den Sweet Den set could be cute in the snow globe for a Mother’s Day card.

  12. I love the cards with the fall scenes. I would create a valentine scene with love birds. A cute easter scene or beach scene would be fun to create as well.

  13. I loved all of the Halloween Snow Globe cards. I think I might make cards with the Wild Wolves and with the Shadow Box Halloween Add-on.

  14. wow the snowglobe ideas are endless! i would create a view of the outside of a christmas house scene, complete with tree, wreath on window, decorated streetlights, snow, and of course a snowman (and dog!)

  15. Snowglobe not just for winter, can be use for any other scene too…. that’s cool another collection… I love to make it into a shaker.

  16. As a child I collected snow globes. I had all kinds. I was always so fascinated by them. I think it would be fun to use one of the tiny village sets to make a little winter scene in the snow globe.

  17. I would create a scene with the Lawn Fawn/SSS collaboration. Those dogs are so cute. All the inspiration for the snow globe is fantastic!

  18. I LOVE all these ideas. I think the skating mice would be cute in the globe (small rink 😉 ) But I love the little halloween scenes too!

  19. So many possibilities with all the cute sets LF has! A valentine snow globe with the skunks come to mind. Or a spring one with the bees.

  20. Great job Grace, using the snow globes upside down to make the wise men tags! You are a thinker!
    I would try to make a serene nativity scene for my Christmas cards. Too cute!

  21. I love the snow globe scene with the standing bird, I might try to recreate something similar… or maybe the two foxes watching Santa’s flying sleigh from the Winter Skies set.

  22. I loved the Halloween one that was shown. I wouldn’t have thought of doing that so I would prob try something Halloween.

  23. Wow! Really cool inspiration here, and I would have never thought to turn them upside down to create the 3 King tags. Very creative! I would make a snowy scene using the set with mice throwing snowballs or maybe a snowy road trip scene with the snow covered car with coordinating critters. Lots of possibilities here!!

  24. I love the Halloween Snow globes! I would definitely make a couple of those for sure. Also, a cool idea, using tiny houses to make “my first home” snow globe ornaments.

  25. I gotta get that set!! How lovely it is!!! Mainly for winter-cards I thought, but you showed it can be used for occasions. I’ll do a spring-Easter one when I get those dies…
    Your makers are so talented – thanks for sharing!!!

  26. I absolutely love the monochromatic snowman look – and would make it so the snow globe could be a pop off/out ornament!

  27. I might try a Christmas scene with Santa’s sleigh flying by, or a snow man scene, or a ballerina, or … the possibilities are endless!

  28. One of my favorite Christmas decorations I have is a snow globe with a snowman and some forest animals, so I think it would be fun to recreate that as a card.

  29. I love anything and everything fall! So a fun fall leaves with some sunflowers and all the fall colors of course ✌🏽

  30. Yah, Grace. Great to have multiple ways
    to use a stamp or die. Love your kings.
    I’d do a safari there – put some jungle
    animals in the globe. thanks for sharing

  31. Woodland critter scenes are always a favorite of mine! I could create tags for days with this snow globe set, and now I need the stitched gourds to make nutcracker faces!!!

  32. I’d make a birthday party themed snow globe. I’d use the pinata, some bday banners and some critters with hats. I love the idea of using the ‘snow’ globe year round. It would be fun to do a framed art piece of ‘snow’ globes for each month.

  33. I like the idea of bats flying around in a snow globe with stars for the snow effect. I’m a fan of Halloween so I think it’s great to combine products in an unexpected way. Thanks for the inspiration!

  34. I have actually made a snowglibe Christmas card with a cabin and glitter like snow. I like the idea of a birthday card with the snow globe. Put a birthday cake and streamers and fun little pieces in the globe !

  35. Besides from making a typical snow scene-I would love to try to make a magical ball-like the fortune telling tabby stamp set 😃

  36. Goodness! Such fantastic samples! I’d like to use it for snow scenes of course, but think some fall scenes with leaves or bats and beach scenes would be really fun too! Thanks for the inspiration and chance!

  37. I think this snow globe set would make gorgeous Christmas tree ornaments. You could create any scene that coordinated with the theme of the tree, but I would create a snowy scene with beautiful turquoise blue skies, glittering snowy hills with snowmen or deer as the focal points. Lots of sparkling glitter, stars and snowflakes as the shakers.

  38. I would love to have the Build-A-Snow Globe die set to make a snowy scene with a snowman, trees and a little church in the background.

  39. I would make a scene full of squirrels, peanuts and
    fall leaves. My dad is in hospice and has a view of gardens. We’ve been leaving peanuts and sunflowers on the window ledge and he is being entertained by the busy squirrels!

  40. I love all the ideas from the design team! I would make a snow globe with the mice from You Autumn Know or one with the All That Glitters mice or the baking mice. Can you tell the mice are at the top of my list?

  41. This cute snow globe set reminds me of the one I like to play with in my childhood. So much fun! I would certainly create a traditional snowman scene and make it a shaker, just like the one I had back in the day. 💕

  42. I bought this die with your newest release and have made a nightime scene with a deer and cardinal and blue and silver shaker bits.

  43. I’m in love with my new (summer vacay) road-trip set of stamps&dies, so of course my bears are headed somewhere tropical for the holidays: their surf boards&suntan lotion are packed. Ha ha!!!

  44. Ooh i love the one by Tammy, Elena and Caly! Excited! Wish i could use this with the penguins and the gingerbread people! Would be cool to use this with the monsters too for a non-christmas look!

  45. I would use Critters in the Arctic somehow… or Christmas Fishes… or Critters in the Snow… or Holiday Critters… or, well, you get the idea. I LOVE the snow globe.
    Lori S in PA

  46. I think of Christmas or winter scenes when I first think of snow globes but a fish one might be cute or one for fall/halloween! Love the fall and Halloween ones the DT made! So cute!

  47. I would recreate the pink trees. Beautiful and I would have never thought to use pink. I am amazed at the creativity of all of you! And the!

  48. I’d definitely have to make a traditional scene with a snowman inside, as I love to decorate with snowmen during the holidays.

  49. I would stamp out 2 of the “Snow one Like You” bunny and dog sledding link they are racing toward you. Then make a shaker card using the little snowflake die and lot’s of white and silver glitter.

  50. As a “warm-up, I’d make one very similar to Kelly & Rebecca’s cute mice under the mistletoe. I just got that stamp set today. Then I’d make some sweet Christmas scenes because that’s the mode I’m in right now.

  51. Oh there are so many scenes I want to make in the snow globe. I know I want to make ornaments from them for Christmas tags. And a Mermaid one for my granddaughter.

  52. I live in central Florida and have a tough time using snow or snowflakes in my projects. I’d use the snow globe to build a beachy scene with sand instead of snow!

  53. I love to make winter scenes in a snow globe. We don´t have much snow here in the winter, so I have fun in creating snow in my projects.

  54. I think mice skating around a snowman would be cute or penguins building an igloo….merry Christmas from our home to yours.

  55. Love the variety of scenes in the snow globes, Grace’s creativity is amazing, I thought for sure there was a nutcracker die set being released. I’d try a fall scene in the snow globe.

  56. I would build a Halloween scene! The stitched gourds and stitched pumpkins along with the crate would be adorable in the globe.

  57. I would like to make a fall snow globe with Ms. Harvest hanging out with some pumpkins and a crow. The shaker element would be falling leaves of course.

  58. Each card shown is so cute and creative it is hard to pick a set. The one think I would create with is the ready set snow… I love the tiny sleigh and reindeer.

  59. I would make a frog snow globe for my daughter. She collects the real ones so I think it would be fun to make her a card!!!

  60. I love the idea of using the snowglobe for another scene besides Christmas, so I’d love to try a fall scene – with the mice and tons of leaves would be fun!

  61. OMG I am obsessed with this! I would definitely make a fall theme – I love the pumpkin one the design team did! I also think a winter one with the dachshund popping out of the gift box would be adorable.

  62. I would make: (1) the car critters coming back from the Christmas tree farm in the snow with their tree on the roof, (2) a camping scene with leaves instead of snow using S’more the merrier, build a campsite and maybe critter concert and (3) an underwater scene with the bayou background die and/or stencil, mermaid for you and seahorsin’ around.

  63. I think “Halloween” just because I’ve just started to create my first Halloween card this season! btw, those sequence dies are amazing! I think they adhere better to the paper but still looks REAL! I want those! <3

  64. I would have cats celebrating christmas using that set that was designed for Halloween but can essilt be used for other themes from last year!! I would colour them like our two kitties too

  65. These snow globes are fabulous!! I would definitely use it for winter scenes, but I loved seeing how the designers created scenes for other holidays! So fun!

  66. I think the snow globe would be great using the mice throwing snowballs, but I also think the snow globe could be used for so many other occasions like valentines and fall.

  67. I would use this die set for christmas shakers on Christmas tree. And my second idea was shaker with fall leaves and some critters.
    I like with the Halloween theme also. that is great inspiration 🙂 Thank you

  68. I love this set. When I think of snow globe, I think of winter scenes. But seeing the fall, Halloween, and wolves scenes made me rethink how to use this set.
    I would do a beach scene, or a fishing scene.

  69. This is a Fantastic snow globe die set! I am planning on making a winter snow scene with pine trees and a night sky with the Star of Bethlehem.

  70. Wow, such creative cards!! Though I love the idea of a Halloween themed snow globe, I would create a winter forest scene with snow covered trees and frolicking deer.

  71. One of my favorite stamp sets is the Car Critters and the Christmas add on. I think it’d be cute to have the car in the snow globe with the tree on top like it’s riding home from the Christmas tree lot.

  72. These snow globes are amazing! I LOOOOVE Audrey’s pumpkin snow globe. I would create a bit of a Cinderella / pumpkin coach / fairy godmother scene in a snow globe if I could squeeze it all in. That would be so cute.

  73. I love how versatile the snow globe set is! I really would love to try flipping it around and making them into nutcracker heads like I saw on one of your posts! So creative!

  74. I’ll take inspiration from Lynette and use my Snow One Like You bear and bunny (thank you for the prize last year!) for a cute winter scene.

  75. I would create a scene using the ice skating mice in the snow globe or I would use the mice sets to create my own “Hawaiian Mice” snow globe (kind of like the snow globes they sell to tourists in Hawaii).

  76. I love the ideas. I would love to make fall scenes. I usually think of them in terms of Christmas, but I love the creative twist on them.

  77. I totally love the nutcrackers Grace created with the pumpkins and gourds – so creative! I guess I’d go more traditional, maybe with a snow castle on top of a snowy hill with some mice playing in the snow in front of it.

  78. I love the “Snow One Like You” sledders so I’d use that set to build a snow globe. I’d use the “Oh what fun!” sentiment from my stash – also a favorite.

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