Thursday, May 21, 2015

Spinners Launch!

Hello Ai Fans!

Today is the launch of Art Impression Stamps new "Spinners" stamps with matching dies! I am sharing with you today the Chair spinner set. These are so cute and it's neat that they spin to add movement to your cards! All you do is wind then up before you put them in your envelope and then when you pull them out they spin around! Super cute!!

I made an easel card and decorated it up with design papers from the Pink Paislee Hello Sunshine 6x6 pad. I added a row of flowers with pearl middles to use to help "prop" up the card. The MFT Die-namics Mini Royal Roses added just the right embellishment to the side of the card!

This is what the card looks when laying flat before you prop it up into the easel.

I love the sentiment that comes with it! It fits perfect with this chair spinner theme!

Copics used:
Skin: E00, E11, R20
Hair: E43, E44, E47
Top: Paper pieced from design paper
Skirt: R81, R83, R85
Chair seat: Y23, Y26
Chair  legs: silver Wink of Stella
shoes: W1, W3

Just another Chair Spinner that I did!

Today also starts the new Challenge called "Cards With Movement". I can't wait to see what everyone designs for this challenge! I hope that you will go to the Art Impressions blog and see all the amazing projects that the Design Team have come up with!

Happy Stamping!


Donna Rudy said...

Love this Cheri! How much fun would it be to open this card! Love that you made it an easel card too! So fun!!! Great card!

Sharon Caudle said...

Fantabulous, Cheri!!! Love the papers and your flowers are fantastic! And I ADORE this chair spinner! It's sure to put a HUGE smile on someone's face!!

Kerry said...

Cheri, these are absolutely gorgeous! Love the chair spinner! And the pattern papers are beautiful!

Sharbogast said...

I love this! Is there a video? I would love to see the card in "action". ^_^
Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful card.

Dana said...

Gorgeous cards!! I just love all the details in your cards!!!

diane zechman said...

I love that you made it an easal card and the papers bring it all together to look fabulous!