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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Interactive Card Blog Hop - Day 2 - **COMMENTS CLOSED**

Happy Sunday and welcome to Day 2 of the Interactive Card Blog Hop.  Thank you to Monica for organizing this hop.  If you just happened upon my blog, please be sure to start at the beginning by clicking here.  If you are coming from Monica's blog, then you are in the right place. Be sure to hop all the way through days 1 and 2.  There are some interesting projects along the way.

My featured card today is the SPINNER card.  It's really easy to create.

You will need the following items: card stock, 3D adhesive dots (round), word window punch OR a sharp Exacto type knife and ruler, pennies or chips, embellishments, and your imagination.

First, you will create your card and go ahead and decorate the inside.  Once the inside is complete, you are ready to create the spinner portion for the outside.  I tried to create a tutorial but it wasn't really working out for me SOOOOO, I have several links to tutorials that will help you create the card.  Here is the card I created for this hop as well as another card I create quite awhile ago.  Spinner cards are super simple and I'd love to see you examples. Feel free to try and then post a link in the comments so that I can see what you did.

I cut my window using my blade. I placed the penny behind the window and adhered the layer down.


Now to add the penny on top using another pop dot.  So, I used two total. I had to go back and hot glue the penny to the pop dot because the adhesive is not very strong.

Now to hot glue the butterfly to the penny. and you're done. 


 I have prepared a video and will continue to work on transferring to this post.  Right now, YouTube and Blogger are not cooperating with me.
Click HERE to link to the video.



Tutorial Links


BLOG CANDY ALERT: Now what would a hop be without candy.  For sticking with me all the way to the end, I'm going to have a small surprise pack for one person.  All I need you to do is leave a comment.  In your comment let me know if you've tried some of the cards that were included in the hop.  If so, what things were tricky and if not, WHY the heck not?  You don't have to be a follower/friend but I do like making new friends.  I have some exciting things coming up real soon.  Be sure to leave a way to get in touch with you in a cyber friendly way. Entries will close at midnight tonight.

Now, hop on over and see the totally cool napkin fold card Angie is sharing with us.  Happy scrappin'! I love you and there ain't nothing you can do about it.

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17 comments:

Debc06 said...

Already a friend. I Have tried the stair step card and plan on doing the spinner card that uses a skewer of course the card you shared is on my list to try also.
Hugs
Debbie
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Jill Angel said...

Love these cards. Thanks for sharing how to do them. I'll be making a side step ladder card today and possibly trying one of these slider cards!
Jill
http://craftwithanangel.blogspot.com/

Celeste said...

such a great card. I love these types of cards. I just haven't tried them yet

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Definitely need to try one of these. Thanks for the tutorial.

Carla said...

Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful card. I haven't had a chance yet to try any of the cards from this hop, but I'm looking forward to trying a few.


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Eva said...

I cannot find your Day 1 but love your day 2 project. Awesome card. I am your newest follower. Come visit me sometime.
Eva :0)
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Judy said...

I am fairly new to card making and I am collecting all the shared tutorials so I can get around to trying a few. They all look like so much fun and I would love to give a few!! Your cards are awesome! I am a new friend...
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Jodie R said...

Oh my gosh!! I LOVE your card. It is so stunning and your directions make perfect sense. I can't wait to try this one. Can you hear me squealing in delight?

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TuttleTime said...

I have never made a spinner card, but I have wanted to for a while now. I never thought of them as "easy" to make, but having you say they are is giving me the confidence I need to try it out! Thanks!!! I love the sunny one...the butterfly was also very pretty.

I am a blog neighbor on this hop!! Great job. Thanks for sharing your talent...

Angie, http://tuttletime.blogspot.com
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Rachelle said...

That was so cute Christel, I am going to need to try that one of these days, it was fun being in this hop together.
Rachelle
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Aly's mom said...

Thanks for sharing! I usually stick to scrapbooking, but after seeing all these great ideas, I may have to make some cards. Glad I hopped through!

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Vicki said...

Cute slider card..Thanks for sharing the technique..

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Vicki said...

I never could find your day 1 post..In fact I don't even have you the list I copied of people who participated but I did find you today for the day 2..Sorry I missed it . If you have a different link I would love to have it so I can see the spinner card..:) Thanks

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Kris Dietz said...

What great cards. Thank you for the tutorial. I haven't done really too many of the interactive cards yet - just haven't had the time to. I really like your designs and they seem like they would be fun to try. TFS. I'm already a follower.

Kris
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Creative Creations said...

love all your projects will defenetly come back and visit to see your new projects

girlia said...

Awesome job. I love interactive cards.

Amy E said...

What a cool card!!! I've been a chicken and haven't tried any of the cards yet...but I'm feeling inspired now...I need to go buy a scoreboard and get to work!!

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