I had this idea in my head for awhile now and I am so excited with how it came out!! I used the Oh, Whale! stamp set from the current spring catalog to create a penny spinner card. Oh my goodness, the whale is super, duper cute! And when you use it with the Happy Whale clearlit die, easy! Have you created a card using the penny spinner technique before? Using the DSP with the waves from the Sunshine & Sprinkles DSP worked out perfect for my card.
The butterfly stamp from A Fitting Occasion is small and detailed enough to not overwhelm the card. I couldn't resist using the googly eyes from the past Holiday catalog. I inked the sentiment in lucky limeade.
Well I better get going friends. Thanks for stopping by. Until next time.
Great minds think alike!! I LOVE your spinner card! I made one using this exact set (cause it's awesome for it!!) Check it out: http://www.handstampedstyle.com/2013/04/oh-whale-exciting-announcement.htmlReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing you amazing talent with us at HSS!!
Thanks so much for your comment Erin! What a great card you created! Thanks for the great color challenge. Love your work!Delete
WOW!!! Very Cute!!! Love the spinner card- so cute!!! Love all the texture!!! Love the word banner- great touch!!! Thanks for playing along with HSS, DianeReplyDelete
Kathya, hey girl!!! I love your whale card - the water, clouds, butterflies. The whole scene is adorable, right down to the little google eye! And he SWIMS?!!! Yay! Thanks for playing with HSS :) ErikaReplyDelete
Such a cute card! Love that you made a spinner card for the whale. Clever idea! Thanks for joining us this week at HSS.ReplyDelete
What a cool card!! Photos definitely don't do this fun, interactive card justice. :) Love the embossing and the added googlie eye on the whale. Too cute!! Thanks for joining us at HSS!ReplyDelete
What a fun and happy card! Spinner cards are a blast to make and even more fun to give. I'll bet that whomever receives this card will absolutely love it and get a kick out of the interaction. Thanks for playing along with our color challenge at HSS. Smiles, ElizabethReplyDelete