To make a Spinner Card you need some essential tools like, Paper Cutter, Scissors, Stamps, 1/2" Circle Punch, 2 Pennies, a Stamping Dimensional and any embellishments. Have the card stocks one for the card part and the other for the front of the card. In the first step, take the circle punch, flip it over for easy viewing. Push the paper all the way in and to the farthest left without going out of the paper. Punch your 1st hole here. Do the exact thing on the right side of the 1st hole. It would look after punching both holes, you can simply flip it over to make it your bottom part of your card instead. Cut the inner part between the 2 circles. It's about 1/4" or so. Now, lay it over your card and lightly trace with pencil the top and bottom lines and sides. Then, stamp your stamp on the plastic and Aline the plastic to the part of your card. Stamp and design the front of card and stamp the image you want to spin. Now cut it out with your scissors and stick 1 Stamping Dimensional right smack in the middle of 1 penny. Make sure you center it or it will not work properly. Get the other penny, and stack it right on top and flip the designed card over and apply thick pop-ups or double your Stamping Dimensional on top of another. Now, carefully slip the card stock in between the sandwiched pennies. Start from the bottom, and slowly pull the top part. After getting the card stock in between both pennies - the back of your card should should have been completed. Stamp the other part of the sentiment on a tag and embellish with a staple and some ribbons. Then peel the backing of all the Stamping Dimensionals' - then stick the designed card to the front of your card. Your card should now be completed. If you follow the steps in this video, you could able to make a Spinner card with stamping up very easily by yourself.
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