A little spinner girl

Mo has done it again, not only does she have the most amazing digi images, but now, she's created a whole other side - literally!

This sweet little girl has two sides, which is perfect for a spinner card - or two separate cards.  I have chosen to make a spinner card, showcasing two coloured sides - one showing her sweet smile and dress, the other showing a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

First I hopped over to Mo's Digital Pencil and got this awesome image.  I used sticker paper to print the image onto so that I could adhere both images together.  Then I used my Copics to colour little Tia in, and then glossed her eyes and buttons.  I totally forgot to put the thread down the middle of the image before sticking together so I threaded it at the top and the bottom.  Then I added it to my foldable card.

I thought the card needed something so I made a little top (it folds flat too), it's the perfect addition to this card which looks great sitting out and catching a gentle breeze so little Tia can spin and share her flowers.

I have joined the following challenges:

Cardz TV - Anything Goes (w)
Cute Card Thursday - Something fun (w)
Crafty Gals Corner - Anything Goes (w)
Sunny Day Crafting - Colour it (w)
Snarky Stampers - T is for technique (create a spinner)(2w)


Jane Willis said...

Oh, that is so clever! Thanks for sharing at SOSS

Janis Lewis said...

Cute image and fun fold card! Thanks for joining us at Sunny Day Crafting.

Judy V said...

Beautiful card! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Gals Corner!

Donna said...

WOW this is an amazing project!!
I am sitting here totally in awe!
Thanks for getting your technique on with Edna and the sisterhood of snarky stampers!!

Lindsey said...

Wow! That is some fine card architecture, and beautiful colouring of the main image. Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

Aunty Sue said...

This is so cool love the top really finishes of this perfect card.

Dotty Jo x said...

So stylish and clever! Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers, Jo x