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Quantity Produced


Production Cost


Production Time

2 weeks

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

3.5 in × 3.5 in

Page Count

Paper Stock

Curious Metallic / Ice Silver + Galvenized

Number of Colors

Cards & Envelope: 1
Globe: 2





As a small child I remember receiving snow globes as gifts fairly frequently. It’s the obligatory “we’re family but I don’t know anything about you, and there’s a 50-year age/mile gap between us” gift. Nevertheless, if only for a few moments, my tiny hands held the relic as if it truly was a fantasy world. These really stand out from the typical holiday card crowd.

Since Clampitt is a paper company, we always try to create a holiday card that has a clever paper tie-in. This year, we thought these popup globes were perfect. We made the piece a bit more festive by adding a personalized card and envelopes that were both printed on Curious Metallic paper.

The company that produced the globe was incredibly easy to work with…so no challenges there. It was a bit of a task to go through every globe to make sure they opened properly as well as attached the personalized card but I think it was well worth it. And our clients have really enjoyed them.

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Clampitt Holiday Card


Production Method



Snow Globe: 3D Paper Graphics

Personalized Card and Envelopes: Jessica Phillips



Personalized Card and Envelopes: AlphaGraphics

This post was published in the original layout of FPO so all images are smaller. Project descriptions as well as production lessons are quoted in the main content area.

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Lauren Dickens

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Lauren Dickens

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Date Published

April 8, 2011


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