Backwards spinner/slider cards, Stampin’ Up!

Hey stampers! This is a really fun card to make, and since I made it backwards the first time, I redid another version to make it easier. I cannot be the only person who does things backwards from time to time 🙂 This is why it’s sometimes good to make mistakes, mostly if you learn from them!

I did use a retired stamp set for this card, just to show how many different stamp set you can make into spinner/slider cards.

Also I think the Timeless Textures stamp set really filled in great as tire tracks.

Full card measurements and details are listed below, and you can get a better idea of how to make it in the video.


Until next time, Stay Crafty!!


Card measurements

Card base is 4 1/4″ by 11″ you will score it at 5 6/8″ , then turn your card stock and score again at  5 6/8″. Basic Black piece will be cut at 4″ by 5 6/8″ to layer on the inside.

Inside layer of Whisper White will measure 4″ by 5 1/4″



140517 Timeless Textures clear mount stamp set

141522 Thankful Thoughts clear mount stamp set

141820 Sliding Star Framelits

141491 Classic Label Punch

141414 Dapper Denim card stock

100730 Whisper White card stock

140931 Archival Black ink pad

143263 Big Shot Die Cutting machine

130658 Magnetic Platform

126889 Stampin’ Trimmer

102300 Bone Folder

104332 SNAIL Adhesive

141825 Foam Adhesive Strips

104430 Stampin’ Dimensionals

118491 Clear Block Bundle

126200 Stampin’ Scrub

102394 Stampin’ Mist cleaner

107301 Whisper White Envelopes

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