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Adventure Abounds

Hey everyone! It’s time for another challenge over at H2H! This week’s challenge is adventure abounds, and I am the hostess this week! So, hop on over there to check it out, and then join in on the fun!!

I used the Fly By Greetings stamp set paired with the Card Front Spinner Thin Cuts. I think it turned out really well!

I used a number of the markers to color it, Ice Grey, brown grey, Dark Red, True blue, Citrus Blend, as well as the colorless blender.

I decided that I wanted to add a bit of texture to the background, so I grabbed the mini splatter dots from the Card subscription set. (I LOVE LOVE LOVE this set!! It is one of my go to sets for cards! I am positive that you will want it too!)

I used thin foam tape on my spinner parts, but I would HIGHLY recommend not doing that! Use the regular thickness, it will make it easier for the card to spin! (well, it spins just fine, it’s just getting my finger on it to make it spin that is a bit harder with the thin foam tape, vs. the regular!)

I hope you like my card today! It was great fun to color and put together!

Now, go back and check out what the other ladies have to share with you, and hopefully it will spark some creativity in you!

Let’s put a spin on things!

Happy Sunday, everyone!

Today I have a fun spinner card, complete with video! Danielle and I are both doing a “Spinner” card, however, they are both so totally different! Make sure to go over and check out her card, and watch her video showing how she did it!

Today’s card is somewhat simple, decoration wise, but that spinner makes up for it! (I think!)

We both used the January SOTM, Everyday Magic. Such a great set!

I used a number of dies in this card, but that made it super simple to put together!

{The video is above, if you don’t see it, please click through to the blog post to see the video!}


B&T papers: 4 x 5 1/4 (qty 2)
Julep Cardstock: 3 1/4 x 3 1/4 (Cut the frame and then the largest stitched circle from the inside negative piece from the frame)
White Daisy Cardstock: 3 x 3 ~ Largest Stitched Circle

Here are the things that I used:

Mix In Paper Packet
Julep Cardstock
White Daisy Cardstock
Value Pack Card Bases & Envelopes
Shaker Window Thin Cuts
Basic Circles Thin Cuts
Stitched Circle Thin Cuts
Shaker window foam and acetate
Liquid Glass
White Acryllic Hearts
January 2020 SOTM
Black Archival Ink
Micro Glue Dots
Glue Dots
White string/thread from stash

Hopefully you like the card and the tutorial is easy to follow! I would love to see any cards that are inspired by this card and tutorial! Remember to hop on over to Danielle’s blog to see her card!