Today I have a cute little Holiday Button Bits card to share with you, a Santa Spinner card. Remember when spinner cards were all the rage a couple of years ago? As soon as I saw this little Santa and the gingerbread man from PaperTrey Ink's Holiday Button Bits, I could just picture them as spinner cards!
There are several ways to make a spinner card; Cambria Turnbow did an excellent tutorial for SplitCoastStampers, using a small circle punch and connecting the two holes with two long cuts. That's the best option if you don't have a Stampin' Up Word Window punch, probably. If you do have an SU Word Window punch, check out my Gingerbread Boy stepped-out tutorial below this post; I took pictures as I made the gingerbread boy.
Santa is colored in the Copic markers shown above (most of which are available as PTI Trios), and then dressed in a Pure Poppy Vintage button. I poured all of my Pure Poppy buttons out on my countertop to find one that was just the right size for Santa--that's the fun part!
Patterned papers are from a package of the Merry Days of Christmasby My Mind's Eye, and cardstock is Spring Moss and Kraft from PaperTrey Ink.
Thanks for stopping by, and don't forget to check the gingerbread boy post below or Cami's SCS tutorial if you would like to make a spinner card. Just be warned: making the image spin is highly addictive. . .