Below you'll find both the downloadable PDF (and the bonus video workshop!) for the Snow Globe Pattern.
What is a "Snow Globe" ornament?
Snow Globe is what I call the type of quilted ornaments which showcase a picture, logo, team, name... anything you want... at the center of your ornament.
This video is an introduction to these versatile ornaments, and what you can do with them... along with some tips & tricks for making them - especially if you are brand new to making them.
Questions? Ideas? Let me know in the comments below!
I hope you enjoy making this!
Thank you, Margaret – so glad you like it!
Thank you so much!
I am so glad you have these video’s as I’m a visual person. I like to see how a craft is made. Thank you.
I’m so glad you like the videos, Patty. I have many more on the way. 🙂
Another fabulous, visual tutorial Staci! You never cease to amaze me! Love it! Thank you so much for all you do for your OGs! You’re the best!!
Thank you, Becky! 🙂
What size was the .material that you made the triangle from
Hi Mary, we usually use 2×3″ pieces of fabric to make our basic triangle fold.
Excellent Video—Thank You for always going above and beyond!!!!!
I’m so glad you like it 🙂
Exceptional as always—love the detail you always show—You always go above and beyond–THANK YOU—Blessings
Thank you, Julia! 🙂
What size ball do you use?…Will I be able to access the newest pattern for December? If so, when?
Hi Marsha.. The ball size in this video is 3″ – that’s the size I prefer most of the time.
The December eBook is already here on the site, and you can access it on this page: http://ornamentgirls.com/ebook
I am so glad you took the time to make these videos. I am so anxious now to try my first snowglobe ornament. Great video…wonderful directions..so glad to see it visually.
I’m so glad you found it helpful Donna! 🙂
Hi I’m Valeria Baker with a big problem, I’m having a problem fineing my E Book “Moonlight”
when I try to look at the patterns your making, videos , they are not clear. What is this what Face book.
I don’t want to get on Face Book.
Thank You for your help.
Hi Valeria… I understand, and I’m sorry for any confusion! The Facebook group isn’t necessary at all – it is something in addition to this site. We would certainly love to have you there, because it’s a really fun group full of talented ladies, but I also completely understand that not everyone wants to be on Facebook.
Here’s a link to the Moonlight eBook – just click this and you’ll be taken to the eBook: http://ornamentgirls.com/moonlight-pattern/
Can you tell me more specifically the problems you’re having with the videos? Are they not loading, or are you finding them difficult to understand?
Just in case, you can also find eBook instructions for each of your kits, on this page: http://ornamentgirls.com/ebook
You may find those more helpful than the videos. The videos are mainly for extra help and learning, but the eBooks at the link above will show you specifically how to make each of your kits.
I hope that helps! Please let me know if you need anything else, or if there’s anything else I can do to help.
Where can i get that Hope Fabric that you used. I have two friends that had Breast Cancer and would love to make one for them. Thanks.
Hi Linda – I’ve been buying mine from eBay whenever I can find it, but it is VERY hard to find. It’s a retired Longaberger fabric, and it’s been out of print for a long time. What I do is keep checking eBay, and then grab it whenever I am able to find some. You can also look for the table squares and fabric napkins in the print, because they are big enough to use for an ornament, too. Oh, and the name of it is Horizon of Hope. When I search eBay, I usually search for “Longaberger Horizon of Hope fabric yard” (because otherwise you’ll get a million other Longaberger products and baskets), or “Longaberger HOH fabric yard”. You can also try those same searches but replace the word “yard” with “napkin” or “table square”. I hope that helps, and good luck!
I should have mentioned as well that I do have this ornament in a kit in my shop too – but try doing those searches above and hopefully you’ll get lucky and find some of the fabric. 🙂
my favorite ornament style, thank you for all the tips to help it look amazing .
you are very welcome!
Love this ornament , I think I will be able to make it now . Thanks for the video !!!!!
You’re welcome! So glad it was helpful!
Thanks for the video and tips to make a snow globe ornament. I’ve made several from the kits, but have never done one of my own design. Watching this has helped me plan my ornament.
I am so happy to hear that, Karen, thank you!
Thank You for the Visual Tutorial !! It’s Great for me.
So glad this is helpful to you, Donna 🙂
I really enjoyed watching you putting your snow globe ornament together and how you cut the ends ,so it would be smooth around the middle. I made some for my family members for this last Christmas and had no-one show me that. Thank You, Jeanette
I’m really glad you found that helpful, Jeannette. 🙂
Excellent job with this video. Instructions are so easy to follow. Love that you are a perfectionist. Thank you.
Thank you, Bette! I’m so glad you like the video. 🙂
Awesome videos. I have tried these in the past, and they turned out all wonky. But your videos addresses all the answers To the questions I have had. Thanks for doing the videos for us visual learners!
It was very helpful and precise as to how to create this ornament without having the foam ball to show, which I did and not I see where I went wrong. Thanks Staci! 🙂
Do you ever clip the fabric (of the base fabric in this instance) and then lap it to eliminate the bubbling aspect you were dealing with at 8:34 of this video? Would there be a problem with putting a small clip in the fabric since it will be covered up several times over in the process?
I have access to the Look Book but do not have access to the eBook.
Frustrated. I have access to the ebook but there is t a link. It only has videos. I can’t watch the videos because …. I need the ebook. Written version… where is the link for that?
Hi Vivian… I’m sorry about that. I believe I’ve fixed the error. Can you refresh your page and give it another try?
It says click the link below for part two but there’s no link
This is great! Thank you!
Great video! My pandemic project for the year! Thanks again!
I really enjoyed your video. You were slow enough for me to truly understand. Very well done.
That means so much! Thank you so much. And I’m so happy that it worked great for you!
I was curious, can the Snow Globe pattern be used on a heart shape? If so, do you have instructions to do that? or am I just not finding it. Thanks!
Hi Joy, we don’t actually have a pattern using the snow globe on a heart. We do have heart patterns you could try but the snow globe doesn’t currently have a heart shape. You can find all our patterns here: https://theornamentgirl.com/market/product-category/patterns/ Thanks and have a wonderful day!
THIS SITE IS VERY HARD TO NAVIGATE! IT IS TELLING YOU TO GO TO YOUR DOWN LOADS AND THEN TAKING YOU SOMEWHERE ELSE
Hi Edwina, I’m sorry you’re having a hard time navigating. We try really hard to make it easy and intuitive but are sad you’re having a hard time. If you’d like to email us we can help you further with this. Thank you. https://ornamentgirls.com/contact/
Hi I was wondering why I can’t access the Bonus Snow Globe Lookbook?
Hi Tammy, can you send us an email so we can look into your account for you? Thanks! https://ornamentgirls.com/contact/
I accidentally bought a pack of 4” balls and they are pretty large. How big do you think I need to make my rectangles?
I normally do the 3 inch balls but I suppose I can make a few larger ones just for the heck of it lol.
Hi Renee, we don’t have an exact formula for working with larger balls. In general, you can add 1/2″ to your fabric measurements and it will work out well. You are going to need to experiment a little bit with the fabric and spacing, but once you get it, I’m sure they will be wonderful.