Monday, April 20, 2015

You've Gotta Spin





 Yep...sometimes you just have to go with flow...or spin as in this sentiment!  All you have to do is twist this image around several times and then slip the card into  an envelope. When it is pulled out-the happy Art Impression lady spins like crazy-very fun(Ha! Her name is probably Kate)!A great front and back stamp set! I did not buy the coordinating die to cut her out, sure wish I had, but you can make it happen without it like I did if you want.  I must say, I bought the birthday bunch with the matching die...oh boy do they cut amazing!  It is all colored, but is not made into a card yet.

I have been playing with all my new Art Impression stamps as my Local Stamp Store (Urban Paper) had an Art Impressions make and take day last Saturday and I made a few quick samples and also a few super easy cards for the make and takes. What a fun day it was too! So...there are more quick and easy  Ai cards coming your way LOL!

I started by using my new stitched square Stackable dies made by Lawn Fawn  that I got through Inspiration Emporium. Oh I love those stitched dies! I tacked the print cardstock  and the white cardstock together and then cut out the oval with a Sizzix oval die. The string is stuck between the design paper and the card base. The sentiment was stamped on  circle stitched die from My Favorite Things.  The flowers are a paper punch I have had for ages.



 

I am entering in the following challenges:


Sue

Card details:
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Stamp:
Art Impressions Spinner stamp(not on their website yet)
Dies:

MFT Circle Stitched Dies
Sizzix Oval Die
Misc: flower punch, pearls, cardstock(I forgot!)
Copics:
Y 35,38
R22,24, 27,29,46
E00,11  31,33
T2,3,5


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14 comments:

Carolina Girl said...

This is adorable!! I've seen several spinning cards similar to yours and I want to try. Yours put a big smile on my face and now you have me inspired to try. Love love love!

Carolina Girl said...

Ps. I order stitched stackable dual version and waiting for them to arrive tomorrow.

KarinsArtScrap said...

fabulous card Sue
Gr Karin

Dana said...

So fun!!! I love her, she looks like she is having lots of fun!! And you paired her with some awesome pattern paper!! Thanks for playing along with us over at Art Impressions!!

Amy Ottmers said...

This is so cute, love it!!! Thank you for joining us at 2 Crafty Girls for our first challenge, I hope you come back for more!!! Amy

Sandy said...

Wonderful Sue - this is the way I feel right now. Moving in is a heck of a lot harder than moving out!!
Sandy xx

Darnell J Knauss said...

What a hoot, Sue! You have framed her so beautifully, too! I simply must get her and CASE this for the twins! They love spinning in my chair in the Playhouse and let's be honest, if I took off my glasses, I look pretty much like her, sagging boobs and all. Although I don't think the poor lads have ever seen granny in a skirt!! Thank you for this fun inspiration!! Hugs, Darnell

Leslie Miller said...

This card is so cute for a coworker! What fun! I have always loved spinner cards, and this is so perfect with the front and back image. Love those little punched flowers. That is exactly the size I would like to have.

Kate Swanson said...

I hope you know I "laughed out loud" at the name of your spinner lady! ;) So cute, Sue! Sad I missed you at CKC! Phil made sure to tell me you said hi! :)

Sharon Caudle said...

EEEK! Sue she is so dang cute!!! I love your card!!! But of course, I love everything you do! :) Thanks so much for joining our Make Me Smile challenge at Art Impressions!

Marlies said...

A fabulous spinner card Sue. The image is fantastic!! Thanks for joining our challenge at ATSC. Marlies

cotnob said...

A fabulous card Sue, such a brilliant design.
Pauline
x

Gaby said...

Love your Card! The image is fantastic! Thank you for joining us at 2 Crafty Girls.
Hugs Gaby

Lola said...

Another great action card! Love these front/back images - but your creativity in using them is just impressive.

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