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I Am So Late with My Spinner Card!

There are so many awesome challenge blogs out there… too many to always participate in! Especially since I have DT commitments. One blog that I can never play along with often enough is Stamp It Crazy. I’m not gonna spend a long time chatting in this post because I am already soooo late in linking my card up!!! Just trust me, you are gonna want to check them out! They sell some INCREDIBLE stamps!

We were challenged to make a spinner card. I have never made one before, but I’ve seen them done and I think they are awesome! I love that there is movement on the card!!! Here’s mine:

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Here’s yet another Lil’ Grumpie card! Now here he is spinning!

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Up, up up he goes!!!

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You can find a great tutorial on how to make a spinner card HERE. Now here’s a close up of my Grumpie (from Smeared Ink!)

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And a quick shot of the inside. Originally, I was gonna have a Grumpie spinning on the inside and outside, but since I ran out of time, I figured the twin could just chill on the inside!

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Ok! Gotta run! Gotta submit my card! Sorry it’s sooooo late, Barb! I love your challenges!!!

Comments

CraftyMomOf2 said…
loveeeeeeeeeeee this honey!!! it's so fab!!!

I love making spinner cards!! this one takes the cake!!!

XOXOXOXO
How awesome! Not sure how you did this but it is so creative!
So cool Alison! What a great idea for a card! Hugs!
Randi said…
How cute and fun this is Alison!! Love the little green guy!
StampitCrazy said…
That is a great card, and yes there are tons of great challenges out there....
StampitCrazy said…
Forgot...please send me your address :0)
Alyssa S said…
This card is so f'in cool! I love those little monsters (just not enough money in the crafty budget! :o( ) Your coloring/shading of them is fabulous! I just love what you do with your color pencils!

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