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Mini Spinner Cards

At CHA I was gifted with the sets of these minispinners – holy cow so CUTE!

Mini Spinner Cards

Art Impressions has had full-size spinners for interactive cards for a long time. I haven’t had a ton of success with them since the hole in the card has to be so huge – kinda hard to make it a ‘stable” card that way! But….these minis? They stole my lil heart – especially the squirrel! But I do show you the rest of the spinners at the end of the video too. Raccoon – kitty – my other faves! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

In case you wanted any coloring tips – here are my finished images. Lots are kept simple since the interaction is the cool part! 🙂

Mini Spinner Bear
Mini Spinner Bear
Mini Spinner Bunny
Mini Spinner Bunny
Mini Spinner Cake
Mini Spinner Cake
Mini Spinner Cat
Mini Spinner Cat
 Mini Spinner raccoon
Mini Spinner raccoon
Mini Spinner Squirrel
Mini Spinner Squirrel

Supplies

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17 thoughts on “Mini Spinner Cards

  1. so adorable, I have not tried a spinner card yet, this would be great for my great nieces and nephews 🙂

  2. Dang Sandy – 13 posts all at once! You going to be gone for a while?????

  3. you mentioned a pencil sharpener….but I do not see the brand mentioned here….

  4. What fun cards! Great tips on how to assemble them. TFS

  5. These are AWESOME, Sandy! Love the fun characters, and the punny sentiments!

  6. Thank you! I bought a spinner set and haven’t gotten around to using it because I wasn’t sure how to assemble. You’re the best!

  7. Hi Miss Sandy,
    I clicked on the link to the colored pencils and it took me to a prisma pencil sharpener.
    I looked on Amazon and there’s two types of prisma colored pencils. Verathin and soft core. Wasn’t sure which ones to get.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Wendy

    1. Sorry, I must have put in the wrong link! Try this one: http://salln.net/1L3l5kr The Verithin are okay, but are thin – which means you get a lot less pigment for the money.

      1. You rock! I am PATIENTLY (not really) waiting for your copic class. I cannot wait!!!! 🙂 I’m all signed up and put in my requests at EH. Hope they get them before the class.

  8. These are so sweet Sandy! I haven’t made a spinner card in a loooonngg time! I have just recently started buying Art Impression stamps and I LOVE them. I must find THIS set! TFS!

  9. Adorable!

  10. Does the pencils come in a set of all the colors? I would love to have them.

    1. Yes there’s a link in the supplies section of the post 🙂

  11. Fabulous video. Love your coloring. Decided I need to learn how>

  12. Must. Have. 🙂
    Donna

  13. Great video. Love these spinner cards especially the raccoon…so cute!

  14. Wow…so cute. I need to look to the cat since I make cards for our local animal shelter.

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