Hello crafters! I hope you are enjoying your holiday season so far! Today I am sharing a new SPIN on holiday crafting with some adorable Lawn Fawn spinner cards! Have you ever tried a spinner card? If you haven’t, I encourage you to give it a try; I think you’ll find it is very simple indeed!
I had such a blast creating these spinners; you can see I made two of them! Each features a non-traditional holiday color scheme, one more masculine and the other more feminine. This is a great example of how by simply changing the colors around, you can achieve a completely different feel on your card!
That adorable bear from Beary Happy Holidays is absolutely precious (and super-easy to color!). I even turned the bear into a panda!! In the video I’ll show you how I did that. ;) The Beary Happy Holidays stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn makes creating a spinner card like this simple and fun because the set includes a front and back to the bear.
The snowflakes in the background are from a Memory Box frame die that I was dying (pardon the pun!) to use again; Dancing Snowflakes. The playful feel of the snowflakes coordinated perfectly with Lawn Fawn’s Mini Snowflake die set; this is the die set I used to further embellish the frame around the ice skating bears.
Because I love adding little details to my cards, I played around and added small hearts in place of the letter “o” on each of my cards. The die was a random mini heart die I found in my stash. You could use any heart die you like or even mini heart stickers (like the Doodlebug Rainbow Heart Sprinkles).
I hope you will be checking out the video below to see how I built these precious spinner cards using some of Lawn Fawn’s fabulous stamps and dies! Thanks so much for visiting with me today; stop back next week for another Studio Monday tutorial from me!
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