I love to make interactive cards, and my newest video features three different ways to make spinner cards. In the video, I show how to make this inside spinner card:
I used Stampin' up's Silicone Craft Sheet to stamp a reverse image of the Inkadinkado bird which spins in t he center of the pop up center. I forgot to mention in the video that the teal inside piece was cut to 6 3/4" x 10" and scored in half and again at 3 inches from both sides to form the M with a die cut oval center cut out. The HB die is from Simon Says Stamp and the birds are from Sizzix. The front of this card is a homage to one of my most pinned and favorite cards of all time:
I show how I subtly stenciled the background with a Memory Box stencil and attached the layered sentiment from Tonic Studios and the leafy branch from Cheery Lynn. Poppy Stamp's Serene Bird was cut out of two sided sticky tape on cardstock and then covered with Nuvo Snow Glow Sparkle ultra fine glitter. I embossed the bird with a Crafter's Companion embossing folder and colored with peach and yellow distress inks.
I love how this card came out both on the front and the inside spinner and hope you will watch the new video to see the process and many other spinner cards I made.
I am entering this card in the Use A Stencil challenge at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday.