Friday, June 5, 2009

Rolling Bug

Here's another of the cards I made for Liz's challenge.

This time I made a spinner card. I got the instruction from Splitcoast Stampers AGES ago so just did one by memory. It still worked!

The bug has dimensionals and a couple of 5 cent pieces on the back to help it roll across the card. The space it rolls through was created with the Word Window punch - punched a couple of times to create an extra long window.

The words were stamped by inking one or 2 words at a time and using the stamp-a-ma-jig to positioin them. On the word stamp, the words are not all in one line, they are on 3 lines so I had to fiddle around to get them to look like this.

I've sponged all the edges of the cardstock and DSP with Old Olive ink and put Crystal Effects on the bug.

Stamps: Bugs and Kisses
Inks: Old Olive, Pacific Point
Papers: Good Morning Sunshine DSP, Old Olive, Whisper White
Accessories: Pacific Point ribbon, Crystal Effects
Tools: Circle punches, Word Window punch

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