Monday, November 14, 2016

Tips, Tutorials, & Techniques - Spinner Cards

Last week we learned about interactive snow play, and today we extend the interactive fun with a tutorial and fun ideas for making spinner cards! With all of the amazing interactive products from My Favorite Things, we give you the opportunity to experiment with all sorts of playful designs. Pull up a chair and get some great tips for creating Spinner Cards!

Watch the video below or click here (MFT November Release Class - Snowflake Spinner) to watch it on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel so that you don't miss a single tutorial!

Let's take a look at more examples of how to create super fun spinner cards!

With the help of the Circle Spinner Channels Die-namics, guest designer Julie Ebersole took the Happy Hedgehogs stamp set and Die-namics and gave it a spin. The sentiment is a perfect fit!

Handmade card from Julie Ebersole featuring Birdie Brown Happy Hedgehogs and Bold Blooms stamp sets and Die-namics, Circle Spinner Channels Die-namics #mftstamps

Anna creates an elegant spinner card with the symmetrical Cheerful Cages Die-namics. You can learn more about how she created this card by watching a step-by-step video on MFTv HERE.

Handmade card from Anna Kossakovskaya featuring Tweet Friends stamp set and Die-namics, Geometric Grid Background stamp, Cheerful Cages, Inside & Out Stitched Oval STAX, and Blueprints 27 Die-namics #mftstamps

Like Julie, Keisha used the Circle Spinner Channels Die-namics. She gives you permission to use this Die-namics on an elegant rather than cute card. What a lovely way to let the leaves from the Geometric Greenery stamp set cascade on this pretty design.

Handmade card from Keisha Campbell featuring Lisa Johnson Designs Geometric Greenery stamp set and Die-namics, Chevron Grid Background stamp, Stitched Scallop Basic Edges and Circle Spinner Channels Die-namics #mftstamps

You will LOVE creating fun spinner cards! Be sure to tag #mftstamps when you post your projects online. We can't wait to see what you've made!

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