Happy Friday! The cards being shared today are the final two spinner cards that are being made in the August card classes. The first class was on Wednesday evening and everyone had fun making the cards. I expect the class this week will have fun too!
Whenever I decided to have a class on spinner cards, I knew one of the cards had to incorporate a pinwheel. The pinwheel was made using the retired Pinwheel Sizzlit. The pinwheel spins wonderfully and it would be great to use on a child’s birthday card. I opted to prepare more of an adult version with the “grunge” look and one of my favorite color combinations: Crisp Cantaloupe and Baked Brown Sugar.
Spinner Birthday Card using Stampin’ Up! Gorgeous Grunge and Label Love Stamps
Baked Brown Sugar Card Stock (#131296)
Crisp Cantaloupe Card Stock (#131298)
Whisper White Card Stock (#100730)
In-Color 2013-2015 Designer Series Paper Stack
Baked Brown Sugar Classic Stampin’ Pad (#131174)
Gorgeous Grunge Stamp Set (#130514 w, #130517 c)
Label Love Stamp Set (#130619 w, 130622 c)
Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder (#117335)
Word Window Punch (#119857)
Artisan Label Punch (#130920)
1/8″ Mini Brads (#122941)
Stampin’ Dimensionals (#104430)
Pinwheel Sizzlit (retired)
The last of the spinner cards is my favorite and was cased from Linda Gutierrez at www.StampingYearRound.com. The technique of using the brayer to ink the honeycomb embossing folder creates the appearance of a real honeycomb. Crystal Effects was used on the bee’s wings to create a glossy appearance.
Honeybee Spinner Card using Stampin’ Up! Backyard Basics Stamp Set
Hopefully, this has inspired you to create some of these fun cards!
Next week, I will be back to my regular blog post schedule so check back for more details on spinner cards and view some new projects that are being created!
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Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!
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