Friday, October 19, 2012

Club Pinwheel Cards

Halloween Pinwheel Card #1

Christmas Pinwheel Card #2 - Option a

Christmas Pinwheel Card #2 - Option b

Christmas Pinwheel Card #2 - Option c

Christmas Pinwheel Card #2 - Option d

Christmas Pinwheel Card #2 - Inside - Option a

Christmas Pinwheel Card #2 - Inside - Option b
These Pinwheel cards are so much fun!  We made a Halloween and a Christmas one last week in Club.  Members got to choose which paper to use for their Christmas Card.  They also chose their inside greeting.

SUPPLIES, Card #1:
sets-  Mixed Medley, Delightful Dozen (for inside greeting which I forgot to photo)
cs- black, tangerine, dsp (Mocha Morning, retired & tangerine from the brights paper stack), white
ink- black, tangerine
access- big shot, spider web TIEF, 3/4" circle punch, 1-1/4" scallop circle punch, 1-1/4" square punch, dimensionals, dotto

SUPPLIES, Card #2:
sets- Tags 'til Christmas, Curly Cute
cs- cherry cobbler, gumball green, dsp, very vanilla
ink- cherry cobbler pad, Versamark pad
access- big shot, snowburst TIEF, tinsel trim, dimensionals, dotto, 1-1/4" square punch, ornament punch, gumball green e.p., 5" gumball green satin stitched ribbon

Pinwheel Directions:
  • 2@ 2-5/8" square pieces card stock
  • DSP or c.s.  (4 each of 2 designs) 8@ 1-1/4" squares
  • a punched piece or something for the center
  1. use dotto on the back of one 2-5/8" square
  2. center sq. on center crossmarks of grid paper
  3. snail second 2-5/8" sq. as a diamond directly on top
  4. snail 1-1/4" squares on each point; tuck last one under first one.  IMPORTANT:  only snail one edge of first square so last square can be tucked underneath.  
  5. add a punched image or something to the center, popped up on a dimensional is nice
Happy Stamping!  Mary
p.s.  Let me know if you try a pinwheel card and what you think!

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