This is one of the ornaments that I have made. I started with the clear balls that all the craft stores seem to have out this time of year. I am not sure where this one came from, I bought some at HL and some at Jo-Anns. The snowman stamp is from Studio G. I stamped it on acetate with black Staz-on and then colored the scarf, hat and carrot nose in with Sharpie markers. I trimmed a smaller rectangle around the image. After coloring, I covered the entire image (staying inside the black lines with white pigment ink and then white embossing powder. Then I set the embossing powder with a heat gun and punched a hole with an 1/8 inch punch. I then pulled the top off of the ornament and filled it with fake snow, ran some red cord through the hole I punched and then slightly rolled my image to fit inside the opening of the ornament. To finish it off, I pulled the cord through to opening at the top, replaced the ornament hanger and tied a bow with the excess cord. Pretty simple, but I think they look really nice and when they are hanging you don't really see the excess acetate, it just looks like the snowman is sitting atop your snow! I found this tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers. Oh yeah, and you know all that beautiful shimmery snow? I had several bags left over from my wedding (flower girls threw snow instead of flowers) and I couldn't find them anywhere. A word of warning: be careful opening those bags, Tennessee had it's first snow of the season; in my craft room! I am finding little glimmers of snow throughout the entire house. Have a great night!