The base of the card is Lollipop cardstock from Taylored Expressions. I die cut a circle in the top centre of the card front using the second largest stitched circle die from Stitched Circle Stacklet. I then die cut two rectangle panels. One using Sprinkles cardstock and the other pattern paper from Hello Happiness 6×6 pattern paper pack. So I used the largest rectangle die from Stitched Rectangle Stacklets for the blue panel and the second largest die for the pattern paper panel. I layered glued them. Then ran the same circle die I used on the card front to die cut a circle on the layered rectangle panel. I also die cut a circular frame using two stitched circle dies and Poppy Seed cardstock.
To assemble the card, I placed the bunny right in the middle of the negative circle on the card front with strings pulled tight up and down the circle. I attached the strings with string scor tape. Then I adhered the layered rectangle panels on the card front making sure the circles coordinate. Finally the circular frame. The string hanging on either side of the panel is trimmed off. Now spin the bunny and let go, the bunny spins back. So cool!
I simply stamped the sentiment also from If Bunny Could Talk stamp set on a strip of white cardstock and adhered below the spinner element. Finally embellished with sequins from Rainbow Bright sequins.
I love the interactive element of this card.
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