Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Birthday Pinwheel - Try Stampin' on Tuesday #112

Okay, I give up!  When is Spring going to arrive?  Today was lovely and sunny but cool.  At least it wasn't snowing, and the snow that is on the ground is disappearing.

This card is for the challenge with Try Stampin' on Tuesday here


Although I have had the pinwheel die for quite some time, this is the first time I have used it on a card.  I wanted to either make a pinwheel quilt for the sketch, or a pinwheel itself.  I opted for the pinwheel.

This A2 card has a base of Summer Starfruit, layered with Whisper White card stock, and then Patio Party DSP.
A small piece of Patio Party DSP was matted with Midnight Muse card stock and adhered on the left side of the card near the top half.  A smaller piece of Whisper White card stock which was embossed with a polka dot folder, was sponged with Riding Hood Red ink - then matted with Midnight Muse and attached to the larger piece.

Two 1 1/2" pieces of card stock were punched - one in Midnight Muse, and one in Whisper White. After sponging the edge of the Whisper White one with Riding Hood Red ink, it was adhered to the Midnight Muse one alternating the corners. This unit was attached to the embossed Whisper White card stock.

Using Riding Hood Red card stock, a pinwheel was die cut and formed.  A regal brad was inserted in the middle of the pinwheel to keep it together.  A dimensional was used to adhere the pinwheel to the squares.

Here's a summary of the materials used:

Stamps: Create a Cupcake
Inks: Black Stazon, Riding Hood Red
Papers: Summer Starfruit, Whisper White, Patio Party DSP, Riding Hood Red, Midnight Muse
Accessories: Pinwheel die, 1 1/2" square punch, Polka dot folder, Regal brad, dimensionals

Hope you enjoyed this card.  Thanks for visiting.

4 comments:

paula laird said...

This is a wonderful card. I really like how you incorporated the pinwheel into your card. Thank you for playing along with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday.

MJ said...

So fun, I love the pinwheel, I do not do pinwheels well, lol. Love the colors too. Thanks for playing along with us on the TSOT blog!

Sarah said...

I love your card! Pin wheels are so much fun and I love how you have used the sketch. Thanks for joining us this week at Try Stampin' On Tuesday :)

Nancy Seed said...

That little pinwheel puts a smile on my face, just thinking that nicer weather is coming! Thanks for joining us this week on Try Stampin on Tuesday.

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