I just can't believe that May is here already, and it's already month five of our year-long adventure
into different card-making techniques, folds and paper crafting products.
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This month we will be creating spinner cards and you won't want to miss the amazing and fun cards we've got for you today. We really love feedback, so please leave a comment on each of the blogs in today's hop. Each comment on the 12 hops throughout the year will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Blitsy.com gift certificate.
Now on with my projects!
I have two types of spinner cards for you today. The first is where an element on the card is suspended on a string within a window. For this card I put my sentiment in the window, and had two images on the suspended circle. The images relate to the sentiment . . . a little sundae . . .
And a dog with an ice cream cone. (O.K., so sure . . . a dog can't technically "hold" an ice cream cone, but I assure you my dogs would tear that thing up and gobble it down.) Isn't that little guy adorable?
The images above and below were accented with Liquid Glass from Close To My Heart. You'll notice that the dog tag and the glass sundae bowl just shine like glass/metal. And here is a close-up of that sentiment, which is extremely fitting.
My second card is the traditional spinner that has an element on the card that spins on a track. I used circle dies for this one.
The Magic 8 Ball was a staple when I was growing up. I thought about how you shake it and move it around as you ask your question, and it seemed perfect for a spinner card. The question, "Could you be any nicer?"
The answers on the front of the card read, "No" . . . "Very doubtful" . . . and the sentiment that is on the front and appears inside the card, "My sources say no."
I used Liquid Glass to make some water droplets, because water and bubbles are contained inside that crazy Magic 8 Ball.
Next on the hop is Sharon. You will find some fabulous creations on her blog, and here is the line-up should you get lost along the way.
Theresa - http://scrapsbygracie.blogspot.com/
Debbie - http://pawstoscrap.blogspot.com/
Sharon - http://piece-ofheart.blogspot.com/
Kim - http://katydidcards.com/
Denise - http://www.craftconfectionery.com/
Hope you enjoyed the hop, and I hope you find some time to create a spinner card.
Supplies Used - Ice Cream Spinner
Stamps: Ice Cream Dream (Close To My Heart);
Ink: Black Onyx (Versafine) and Inktense Colored Pencils
Paper: Pattern Paper Scrap (Close To My Heart)
Accessories: Clear Embossing Powder (Ranger); Liquid Glass (Close To My Heart); Sweet Pea Sequin Mix (Pretty Pink Posh); Seam Binding (Close To My Heart); Card Base (Close To My Heart)
Supplies Used - Magic 8 Ball
Stamps: Good Fortune (Avery Elle)
Ink: Black (Hero Arts); Versamark; Pistachio Green, Ultramarine Blue and Violet (Kevin Oliver Color Burst)
Paper: Watercolor Paper (Bee); Marshmallow (Bazzill);
Accessories: Circle Dies (Sizzix); Liquid Glass (Close To My Heart); White Detail Embossing Powder (Ranger)