This is a second type of IC I made for my challenge. I made 15 different types of interactive cards during Pisces period, which was my personal challenge. As I don't have a lot of die-cuts, I used all possible tools I have, combined this and that, planned, sketched... I completed my challenge, achieved my goals and had a lot of fun. I wrote a short review about the challenge here.
I have made circle slider spinner card in the past (here), but never double. Inspired with my own IC #1 card set that I also made for the challenge (here), I thought it would be fun to give it a try.
How I made this card....
To make this card I used super cute paper planes and a sentiment from Lawn Fawn 'Flying By' stamp set :o)
I colored images during Kathy's Racoosin 12th 30 Day Coloring Challenge. You can see all my coloring samples during the challenge here.
I stamped paper planes on a watercolor paper and watercolored them using a Distress Ink Hickory Smoke. After drying, I fussy cut paper planes and traced their edges with black marker.
I stamped more paper planes on a white cardstock paper, colored them with black marker and fussy cut them, this time leaving white thin border around paper planes.
Then I glued all images together. I glued watercolored paper planes over black colored paper planes. I did this because watercolor paper I use is thin and I needed thicker images. :o)
I ink blended clouds through a cloud stencil I made by myself (how, I described here) on the white cardstock paper. After drying, I cut a circle in the stenciled paper using EK Success Circle Cutter.
I stamped the sentiment and die cut concentric circles twice on the cloud panel.
For a card base, I cut two circles in the white cardstock paper, slightly larger than the cloud circle panel, using EK Success Circle Cutter and glued two circles together on top.
For slider mechanisms, I used die-cut circles in the white cardstock and plastic letter beads I have in my stash for a while. I made two same mechanisms. I glued two die-cut circles together. Then I glued the bead on glued circles and repeated same for another mechanism. I didn't use any special glue. I used UHU all purpose liquid glue.
With all parts ready, I assembled the card. I glued cut out circular belts directly on the card base (2). Then I glued 3-D foams on the cloud panel (1), placed slider mechanisms on the card base and glued the panel on the card base. I glued 3-D foams on inner circles (3) and glued them on the card base.
Lastly, I glued paper planes on slider mechanisms and my card set was finished. :o)
- Lawn Fawn 'Flying By' stamp set
- handmade cloud stencil
- white cardstock paper
- watercolor paper
- Ranger's Archival Ink (Jet Black)
- Tim Holtz's Distress Inks:
- Salty Ocean
- Hickory Smoke
- Stabilo Fiber Tip Pen (Marker) 68/46, Black
- Mitsubishi Uni Pin 0.3
- letter beads
- UHU liquid glue
- 3-D foam squares, 5 x 5 x 3 mm
- Sizzix Big Shot
- circle die-cuts from Sizzix Big Shot starter kit
- Fiskars High Precision Personal Paper Trimmer
- EK Success circle cutter
- Xcut Self Healing Cutting Mat A4
- acrylic block
- bone folder
- Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool
- Marabu rounded fine paint brush no. #0
- paper towels
- post-it paper
I love how my card turned out. Here is a short video. :o)
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Kako lepo in zabavno. Bravo!ReplyDelete
So sweet and delicate double spinner card! It's fun, too! Great CASeing of your own cards!ReplyDelete