What’s Cookin’ Spinner Card
Interactive cards are fun for everyone, —and I love baking — so I made this What’s Cookin’ Spinner Card to share! I also describe the steps to create your own!
Spinner cards are fun, interactive cards that have a featured element spin when the card is opened.
This one is easy to make, and the spinner is on the front of the card!
The Designer Series Paper I chose looks like the tile in my aunt’s kitchen, so it definitely fits with the cooking stamp set. A wood grain paper would also look great — like a butchers block!
Doesn’t it look like the spoon is stirring whatever deliciousness is in that bowl??
See below for how to create a What’s Cookin’ Spinner Card:
How to make a What’s Cookin’ Spinner Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Night of Navy: 11” x 4 1/4”, folded at 5 1/2” for a cardbase
- Crumb Cake:
- 4” x 5 1/4”
- 4” x 1” strip
- Scrap for sentiment
- Designer Series Paper: 3 7/8” x 5 1/8”
- Basic White scraps
- Using Crumb Cake ink, stamp 2 spoons and die-cut them out.
- Again using Crumb Cake ink, stamp your sentiment and die-cut it out.
- Lastly, use Night of Navy ink to stamp the kitchen bowl, and die-cut it out.
Create the Spinner:
- Adhere the DSP to the Crumb Cake layer. Lay this on top of the card front and die-cut the large banner from all three layers. This may require a few runs through your die-cutting machine.
- Cut 6” of twine. Cover the back of one of your die-cut spoons with glue and stick the twine down the center. Add a little more glue to the top of the twine and press the back of your other die-cut spoon to the top.
- Apply adhesive to your card base (I used tape runner), center your spoon within the hole and press the twine down tight to the top and bottom.
- Adhere your DSP/Crumb Cake layer on top of this, sandwiching the twine between. Add the banner, bowl, and sentiment to the bottom!
Supplies for this Spinner Card:
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