I cut a cardstock circle just slightly smaller than the CD so that the mirrored surface would sparkle and shine around the edge as the CD turns. I then cut the designer paper circle a quarter of an inch smaller. I used Kitchen Sink's Multi Step Baby to create the images and sentiment on this spinner card.
After all the parts were cut out and glued to the CD, I used my Crop-a-dile to punch a hole in the CD. I then attached a clear, stretchy cord from which to hang the spinner card!! I absolutely love the way that it is constantly turning and catching the light! It never stops moving and sending a rainbow of color dancing around the rim!
Stamps: Multi Step Baby by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Rich Razzleberry and Whisper White by Stampin' Up, Sweet & Sassy Polka Dots by the Paper Studio
Inks: Shoes - Layer 4 SU Rich Razzleberry, Layer 3 SU Pixie Pink, Layer 2 SU Pixie Pink stamped off once, Layer 1 SU Pink Pirouette; Blocks - Layer 3 SU Rich Razzleberry, Layer 2 SU Pixie Pink, Layer 1 SU Pink Pirouette, Mug - Layer 4 SU Basic Gray, Layer 3 SU Basic Gray stamped off once, Layer 2 SU Going Grey, Layer 1 SU Going Grey
Tools: Edge Punch, Nestabilities, Circle Cutter, Crop-a-dile, Sponge
Embellishments: Satin Ribbon, Primas, Jeweled Brads
Additional Materials: CD, Mono Multi Glue, Dimensionals, Scor-Tape, Clear Stretchy Beading Cord
Front of my Back to School CD Spinner:
Papers: Georgia Pacific White, Designer Paper from The Grade School Stack by DCWV
Inks: Versafine Onyx Black, Apple - Layer 4 SU Cherry Cobbler, Layer 3 SU Real Red, Layer 2 SU Real Red stamped off once, Layer 1 SU Daffodil Delight stamped off once; Ruler - Layer 1 SU Daffodil Delight, Layer 2 SU Creamy Caramel, Layer 3 SU Soft Suede
Tools: Crop-a-dile, CM Circle Cutter
Additional Materials: CD, clear stretchy beading cord, glue, Scor-Tape
Back of Back to School CD Spinner:
Papers: Daffodil Delight by Stampin' Up, Designer Paper from The Grade School Stack by DCWV
Inks: Versafine Onyx Black, Books - Layer 3 SU Brilliant Blue, Layer 2 - SU Soft Suede stamped off once, Layer 1 SU Creamy Caramel stamped off once
Give it a try!! I think you will be delighted with the results!!
Shopping instructions are above!
Drop in on the rest of the Kitchen Sink Crew. Each one has created something special for you today.
Don't forget to mark your calendar for Multi Step Stamping in Houston, Texas on October 8 and 9. It will be a wonderful opportunity for you to get some hands on Kitchen Sink experience under the guidance of Maria Colosimo, owner and creator of Kitchen Sink Stamps!