Sunday, August 19, 2012
Wonderful Winterland penny spinner card
Bear with me as I write several posts today. I have been taking photos and getting things organized in my stamp area in preparation for another busy week. I have many more Christmas cards to post. I'm not all about Halloween, though I do enjoy it!
I love cards with movement! And this penny spinner Wonderful Winterland card is so fun and easy to make. This was one of my club projects this month.
I started with a Baja Breeze card, running the front through the Big Shot in the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder. Using the Apothecary Accents Framelits, I diecut this oval-like shape from Snow Festival dsp, then used the Word Window punch to punch through both layers 2+ times, making a track on which the spinner will rest.
The spinner is a penny, two dimensionals on top of each other, and a second penny. Then I stuck two dimensionals side by side on the outside of one penny and stuck it to the back middle of my "medallion" - the kid innertubing. I used a combination of markers and ink pads with a blender pen to color the image, outlining the entire thing in Sahara Sand to make the other colors pop.
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Sooo cute!! I love spinner cards and yours is just the sweetest!! I made one of those (first in a long time!) a few weeks ago and never got around to blogging it :) It just might be that time to get to bloggin! :) x0x0
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Your Spinner-Card is great,i love it! I must try again :)
Haven't made a spinner card in quite a while-I may have to CASE this one!
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