Welcome to Day 2 of the 7 Days of Halloween Blog Event brought to you by "The Inspiration Crew". We’re just a group of online crafty friends who love being creative. This time we're doing a 7 day event to provide you with tons of Halloween Inspiration.
At the bottom of this post is a list of all the crafty ladies participating in this event. Visit all the blogs each day for loads of fun Halloween craft ideas.
Today I am sharing a lot of SPINNER CARDS! I'm really excited to share these... it's a lot of fun packed into one easy-to-make card.
This is my favorite of the bunch. The cat gives something different and unexpected. Just some foam dots and a penny sandwich make the spinner possible!
Action shots! Tilt the card side to side and the black cat spins out of control.
Step 1: Create your card base and set aside
Step 2: Trim patterned cardstock panel. Use a craft knife to cut a slit in pattern paper, less than 1/4" wide (enough so your penny can fit and slide around).
Step 3: Decorate your panel however you wish - I embossed the 'trick or treat' sentiment and added star rhinestones.
Step 4: Attach two pennies together with a foam dot (makes your penny sandwich). Adhere your image to penny with a foam dot (here I used the cat die cut).
Step 5: Slip your penny sandwich into the slit, so one side of the penny sandwich is on either side of the pattern paper.
Step 6: Use thick foam dots to adhere finished panel to card base. Enjoy!
Each of the cards uses the same steps as above, just different pattern papers and die cuts (pumpkins and owls). All papers are DCWV "Spooky Time" stack and stamps from Inkadinkado "Trick or Treat".
Spinner cards are an easy way to make an interactive card for your friends to enjoy. Now hop on over to these talented ladies to see what they have in store today!