How is that for alliteration? This is another of those cards that got away from me. I started out with an idea to make a spinner card for April's downline meeting with my team. I had the idea in my head that the Pinwheel Sizzlit Die would make a cute spinner card, then I hit a tangent in the form of the Pop-Up Posie Kit. Once I saw the kit I changed my whole plan! I love the card! So much that I continued to play with the pieces and made a few more cards with slight variations. The kit was originally designed to make tags, however with a few small additions you can make super cute cards! Tomorrow I will post the tutorial on how I made the spinner card.
This was the version we made at the meeting. I left the main layer smooth and embossed the flowers from the kit. I also used a Designer Printed Brad and some Baker's Twine to finish it.
For this version I embossed the main panel with two different embossing folders. It is a little hard to see in the smaller version, but if you click on the picture you can view the picture larger. The kit has white corduroy brads included. It was super easy to color them with a Sponge Dauber and an ink pad. I also used the thick cotton twine included to finish this version.
For this card I used the flower pieces that look like mini cupcake liners. They are much thicker than that though and can can be colored to match.
Stampin' Up! Supplies:
- Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes (w: 115370, c: 127802)
- Paper: Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla
- Ink: Soft Suede, Calypso Coral
- Accessories: Square Lattice Embossing Folder (119976), Needlepoint Border Embossing Folder (129383), Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder (127819), Pop-Up Posie Kit (131395), Designer Printed Brads (122940), Calypso Coral Baker's Twine (125573). Pool Party Baker's Twine (125574), Polka Dot Parade Designer Paper (126902), 2011-2013 In Color Designer Paper Stack (122384), Word Window Punch (119857)