Hello and welcome. I'm so excited that DieCember is here! I have a fun spinner card to share featuring THIS adorable penguin die from the release. There is a large penguin and a small penguin. I used the small penguin for this card...
To create this card, I die-cut two of the small penguin from a few pieces of colored cardstock. Since the die cuts out the pieces, I made a base for each of the penguins by tracing the outer edge of the die and cutting it out. Then I used THIS strong adhesive to glue the two penguins together with a piece of THIS clear thread sandwiched between them. You can see it in action HERE.
I used THIS die to cut a heart out of the center of a black top folding note card. I white heat embossed a few snowflake images from THIS set as well as stamping the coordinating sentiment on a piece of white cardstock. I added some dots with THIS white gel pen and used THESE enamel dots in the center of the snowflakes. I adhered the top and bottom of the string to the back side of the front panel using the same strong adhesive and then cut another heart shape out of another piece of black cardstock. This covered up all the adhesive on the back side of the front panel.
For the inside...
I die-cut THIS cardstock using THIS die. I also cut out a larger heart using the same heart dies and stamped a gingham background using THIS stamp. I hope this has inspired you to create a spinner card using your die-cuts.
This is part of a fun blog hop celebrating the DieCember release. Click HERE for the next stop on the hop and visit the talented, Suzy Plantamura. You can click HERE to start at the beginning of the hop.
Simon Says Stamp is generously giving away a $25 gift card to one lucky person at each stop on the hop so make sure to leave a comment below. I would love to hear your favorite die from the release! You have until Sunday, December 11th at midnight EST to enter. Winners will be announced on the Simon Says Stamp Blog on Monday. Good Luck!
P.S. If you're looking for even more inspiration using DieCember products, I shared another project HERE.
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