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April 3, 2012

Shape Birthday Spinner Card

 Well hello, it's Sheila from She's A Sassy Lady and today I am so excited to share this shaped spinner card with you on The Bug Bytes and Cricut Is Close To My Heart. This is such a fun card and is great for children and adults alike. I used the Close To My Heart Art Philosophy cartridge for the base of this card, George for inside the spinner, Birthday Bash for the butterfly and Celebrations and Sentimentals for the sentiment.

Now wasn't that easy... I just love these fun interactive cards, don't you? Be sure that you have all your supplies on had and it will be easier to put your card together.
 Don't you just love this paper? It is from the Close To My Heart Lucy paper packet. I used Martha Stewart glitter glue in place of stickles as I was out of pink. I inked all papers with Cotton Candy Ink Essentials.
 Doesn't the inside of the card look beautiful? I love the layers and there is still room to write a little message to the person receiving this card. Won't they feel special when they see all the work you did to put a smile on their face.

I sure hope you liked today's card and give it a try on your own. Click HERE if you would like the Gypsy File for this card or HERE for the plain rectangle Spinner card. I challenge you today to make a spinner card of you own. Link it up by 4:00pm, April 13 and you might win a stamp set!!! Now remember this must be a new card, not something you made before. Winner will be announced on She's A Sassy Lady the morning of the 14th.
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papillon digital design said...

I love your slider cards. They are so fun and interactive. I have to do this soon. You have inspired me. TFS

Cricut Couple said...

Sheila, this is just AMAZING! I love the tutorial! That butterfly is so cute and the fact that it's on a shaped card is just brilliant! I don't know what else to say but PERFECTION!!!!

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

That is so pretty! Love the shape of the card and the papers are so cute! Thanks for the tutorial - I have never done a spinner card before......hmmm I might just try making one ;). Thanks for sharing!

Kimberli said...

What a fun card, I love the shape and its so neat that its interactive!! Thanks for the great video!

LisaB said...

Very pretty! Love the shape of the card. Thanks for the inspiration!

JenL said...

Beautiful card!

"kind encouraging and inspiring words"

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