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Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Squiggle Stamps - Spinner Cards...

I wanted to show you something different this morning, and over the weekend I came across a video tutorial on another stamp manufacturers blog, and I thought..."Ohh....the Squiggle monster image & clown images would look fab on one of those I made not one but two. What you cannot see from the picture is that both the monster and the clown don't slide, but roll along the slot in the middle of the card...due to the two pennies that are behind the image.

You can get the monster image HERE as a digi and HERE as a rubber stamp. I have added the googlie eye...I love how it makes him look.
The clown is available HERE as a digi and HERE as a rubber stamp.

Although the slider part of the two cards is the same the overall dimensions are different as the top one was using 6.5 x 5 inches card base as the intructions were on a US site...and they have different card sizes to us. The clown one was done using a regular A6 card. I thought the October Afternoon "Night Light" papers were perfect for both the monster and the clown version.

Kids love these cards and they don't take long to make....and the impact is a daughter insisted that we made another one together when she saw it.

Don't forget to take part in the June Challenge to be in with a chance of joining the Squiggle Stamps DT...Details are HERE.

Hope you all have a fab day...and go on, have a go at making one of these cards...they are so simple. They would need to be as I am not big on things that need complex instructions to make. You can find the fab tutorial by Betty, DT Co-Ordinator of Tiddly Inks Challenge Blog...HERE, there is also a fab one of Splitcoast Stampers...HERE.


Karen said...

These are fab Caz, and such gorgeous papers also. I am going to have a go at making one of these.

P.S. I have just left my vote at Tiddly Inks - just love the card that you made, I have also just done a card with this image and need to get me some more of these little cuties.

Guylaine Seyer said...

oh wow! That's absolutely awesome!