Karen Burniston. For January's challenge, Karen asked the team to use dies from at least three different categories. I hadn't had a chance to use her new Rectangle Pull card so that was my first choice for the card base. After that, the hardest part was choosing which other two dies to use!
Andy Skinner's technique. For my third die, I used one of that tag dies from Karen's new Tag Pivot card set to add a sentiment. The metal numbers were made with Tim Holtz's new Number Blocks stamps. I used StazOn ink and stamped onto foil-covered cardstock then trimmed and adhered to the card. Love that stamp set!
When I first thought of tripling the spinner mechanism, I wasn't sure it would work. Take a look at the video and see what you think. I love the effect! It makes me think of all the other cool ways this idea could be used.
All the supplies I used to create my card can be found at Elizabeth Craft Designs, Inspiration Emporium, and Amazon via the links below. All the paint I used is from DecoArt's Media paint line.
I hope you enjoyed my steampunk-y Pop it Ups card. For loads of inspiration plus another fantastic tutorial from Karen Burnsiton, make sure you check out the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog on Wednesday!