The Weasel is just getting ready to dance.
Grand Prize Winner
Artist: Julie A. Strache
Title: Running for Raisins
Find this rubber stamp
We loved how well the style of this card fit the stamps used.
When the card is tilted from side to side, the ferret rolls along
the track, doing a little ferret tumble. It looks a lot like a
weasel war dance! Congratulations Julie!
Supplies: Scallop Punch,
Word Window Punch, 2 different size circle punches, crystal affects,
2 pennies, white gel pen, black staz-on ink, purple ink, paper
piercer, craft sponge, adhesive tape, white card stock and two
different purple card stock and dimensionals.
This is a second shot of the card with the ferret in mid tumble!
Cut and score desired card
stock. Using the word punch, start on one side of your white card
stock and punch along towards the other side to get the long punch
look. Stamp your paws at the bottom and then stamp your saying
in the upper right hand corner. Adhere the finished white card
stock to your purple card stock piece, using adhesive tape. On
the back of the finished card stock piece, add two dimensionals
(one on top of the other.) Use as many dimensionals as you need
to support a sturdy lift of the finished card stock on your cut
and scored card. NOTE: You want the circle to be able to freely
turn. If you don't put enough dimensionals on the back of the
finished card stock, the circle will not turn. Punch out your
white circle with the smaller circle punch. Punch out the second
circle with the larger circle punch (purple circle). Stamp your
image on the white circle. Using your adhesive tape, adhere the
circles together. On the back of the circles, add one dimensional.
On the back of that dimensional, add a penny. Add another dimensional
to the back of the penny. Now add the second penny to the dimensional
that's adhered to the first penny. Punch your scallop on the bottom
of the front of your card. Your card will be unbalanced (front
flap is shorter than the back flap.)
last shot of the card with ferret almost spun completely around.
|Cut a white piece
of card stock the same size of the front of your card and set aside.
Using the paper piercer, pierce one hole in the m iddle of each
scallop. Using the white gel pen, draw a circle just outside the
hole. Now take the white card stock you set aside, and adhere it
on the inside of the front of your card so that you balance out
the front and the back of your card. Use a sponge to dab around
the white edge that is exposed with purple ink. Now take your finished
stamped circle, slip one penny into the long punched out section.
The dimensional that is between the two pennies should be the section
that rolls on the card stock. Adhere your top finished section to
your cut and scored card. Tilt side to side and the image will roll.
Your card is complete!