Friday, July 31, 2009

Spinner Card Tutorial by Joanne Travis

As the Current Design Team's time with Artful INKables swiftly comes to a close I grow sad that I will no longer have weekly or daily contact with such talented ladies as Joanne Travis and the rest of the INKgirls. Joanne has brought super advice, great professionalism and fantastic creations to the table over the last 6 months and she will be greatly missed. As one of her final duties, she had provided us with this fun tutorial on how to make a spinner card. Thanks Joanne!

Three Wishes Spinner Card by Joanne Travis

Punch a hole where desired on the front of your card using a 1 3/8" circle punch.

Center your piece of designer paper over top the card and punch the same size hole directly over the first one.

Punch two circles using your 1 ¼" circle punch. Stamp and decorate as desired. I used the genie lamp from The Artful INKables set Three Wishes.

Sandwich and adhere a strand of dental floss between the two circles. Using a heavy duty tape, adhere both ends to designer paper card back. Make sure the circle is centered and then flip designer paper piece over and adhere to card front. Finish decorating as desired.

Now when you open your card, the Genie's lamp will spin around!


Crystal said...

Great Tutorial, thanks Joanne this looks fun!

Julie Ranae said...

You've done a great job Joanne! Thanks for sharing....and your encouragement to the 'newbies'!

Nicki said...

Cute! fab tutorial too

Velta said...

Thank you Joanne ~ This is a great tutorial and I am going to try it for the first time!!! It has been wonderful working with you and I will keep in touch!!!

Joanne Travis said...

Thanks for your kind words, Kristin! It has been such a pleasure getting to know you and all of the INK girls this past six months. I know I will be keeping up with all of your blogs and the challenges. Thank you so much for everything! Thanks to everyone who left comments too, that was so sweet :)
Hugs and best wishes,

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

Fab tutorial, Joanne and what a beautiful card! :)

Elena said...

your tutorial is fantastic! What a fun card! Thank you so much for sharing it!
I really enjoyed knowing you and being at the same team with you! You are very talented and wonderful lady!

toners said...

FAB job, Joanne! Love it!