Ice Cream Spinner Card
Making an Ice Cream Spinner Card is perfect for this hot weather. Spin the wheel around for different “cool” sentiments. See below for how to make one!
A melty cone with multiple scoops just screams summer.
I really wanted to use the ice cream cone punch for the see-through window instead of the die in the set. It adds a fun scoop to the stack!
Of course, we have to use all of the “cool” sentiments for this spinner card!
Coincidentally, making an interactive card is very easy with this die set!
See below for how to create an Ice Cream Spinner Card:
How to make an Ice Cream Spinner Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Gorgeous Grape
- 8 1/2” x 5 1/2”, folded at 4 1/4”
- Scrap: punch out an ice cream cone
- Flirty Flamingo
- 4” x 5 1/4”, die cut using the Give it a Whirl front die
- 4” x 4”, die cut using the Give it a Whirl wheel die
- Bermuda Bay
- Scrap: punch out two ice cream cones
- Decorate the Flirty Flamigo front piece.
- First, punch a scoop from the right side slightly above the brad circle. Then replace the cone and tape it in from the back.
- Using Gorgeous Grape ink, stamp Happy birthday at the bottom, and dots randomly around the rest of the piece.
- Glue on the scoops and cone.
- Stamp the Wheel die cut.
- An easy way to ensure your sentiments show through your scoop punch is to line up the circles from the front layer die cut and the Wheel die cut.
Put it all together:
- Next, Push the brad in the circles between the wheel and the front layer. Open it up to connect the two layers. (Go ahead and spin the wheel!)
- Apply foam strips (or dimensionals) to the back of your layer, but not on the wheel! Attach it to your card base.
TIP: You can color the brads to match your Spinner project!
Supplies for an Ice Cream Spinner Card:
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How about making a few other interactive projects? Click on the images below to find the tutorials!