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Oh Hello and Cute Pinwheel cards

Today I held a workshop to show my customers products from the spring mini.  It was so much fun and as usual there are so many wonderful products that are must-haves.  We made two make & take cards and I want to share them with you.  These two cards are inspired by cards I saw  in the Stampin’ SUCCESS.  If I did not have the exact product used to make the card I substituted with a similar one.

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So many wonderful products!  You’ll have to order some and start creating.

All Stampin’ Up! supplies below may be ordered from my website or email me to place your order.

All products are Stampin’ Up! unless noted.

Oh Hello card

Size:  approx. 5.50″ H x 4.25″ W

Stamp Sets:  Oh Hello

Paper:  Whisper White, Crumb Cake

Ink:  Crumbcake, Markers:  More Mustard Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler

Pinwheel card

Size:  approx. 4.00″ H x 4.00″ W

Stamp Sets:  Ciao Baby! Oh Hello

Paper:  Whisper White, DSP; Summer Smooches

Ink:  Lucky Limade, Island Indigo

Embellishments & Accessories:  Big Shot, Sizzlits Pinwheel die, Basic Rhinestones, non-Stampin’ Up! toothpick, 1/8 inch Taffeta Pumpkin Pie ribbon

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2 Responses

  1. Genny, is there a trick to forming the pinwheel die? I purchased it and can’t seem to get the holes all connected to push the mini brad through. I’ve tried curling the paper before and even glue dots….but I think I just might be doing something wrong. Any suggestions?

    • Kadie,
      There are tiny holes in the diecut pinwheel for adding a brad. However, I find it easier to adhere each flap as I fold (I used Stampin’ Up! Glue Dots), pierce a hole with a Paper-Piercing Tool and finish with a brad. I had the same problem as you. I couldn’t put the brad through so I adhered the flaps with glue dots and added a rhinestone. I also found on the blog “created by you” a tutorial with pictures that may also help you with inserting a brad. Thank you for visiting my blog!

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