I totally cased this card from Sherri Gross. I had never seen this technique before, but then I found another card by Yapha Mason using it. I couldn't find a tutorial on the technique, so I e-mailed Sherri. She said some people use a template, but she just cut 4 pieces of dsp at 1" x 4" and cut them diagonally from corner to corner and laid them over a 5-1/4" x 2" base piece of card stock until she liked it, then adhered them and cut off the excess.
It finally worked when I used wider strips of dsp, 1-1/2" x 4", cut diagonally and placed them on a 5" x 2-1/2" base piece, starting in the middle and working my way out. I scored the base piece at 2-1/2" and put snail on one half at a time and layered on the dsp, butting each piece up against the next, then adding snail to the other side and layering on the dsp. Finally I cut away the excess dsp, using the base as a guide and finished off the card.
Feels Good and Spring Sampler sets
white, indigo, daffodil, real red card stock
Summer Smooches dsp
indigo ad real red pads
dimensionals, real red stitched gross grain ribbon
1" and 1-1/4" circle punches
|Penny Spinner card|
|Penny Spinner card. inside|
Penny Spinner card, in action
It's been years since I've made a penny spinner card. I was inspired to make another by Dawn Olchefske's great video. Warning: these cards don't mail well.
Spring sampler and Sassy Salutation sets
baja, white, daffodil, and regal rose card stock
Floral District dsp
black and regal rose pads
big shot & honeycomb TIEF, dimensionals, mini glue dots
word window punch, 1", 1-1/4" & scallop circle punches
Happy Stamping! Mary