Halloween Spinner Card


Posted on 11th October 2019 by Jane Taylor
Filed under Card Making Ideas, Seasonal Crafts, Halloween Paper Crafts, Design Team

How about some kinetic spinner Halloween cards? Not as difficult as they look and great fun to play with.

Jane Halloween 5

The supplies you need are:

You will also need:

  • Stencils - funky fossil
  • Circle die - Spellbinders
  • Halloween shapes - pumpkin, ghost, witch
  • Inks - Ranger Distress Oxide
  • Sewing thread - Gutermann
  • Adhesive

Jane Halloween Ghost 1D

Instructions for the Ghost Spinner:

  1. Cut a 5.75" square base card and a square top layer 5.5" from white super smooth 255 grms card.
  2. Die cut a circle from the middle of the top layer card.
  3. Die cut or hand draw and cut two identical ghosts. Be careful to make sure they are small enough to spin inside the die cut circle without getting caught. It took me a couple of goes to get this correct.
  4. Cut a length of white sewing thread and adhere to the middle of one of the ghost shapes.

Jane Halloween Ghost 1

5. Glue the two ghost shapes together with the thread inside.

6. Decorate the top layer card using stencils.

7. Attach the ghost to the top layer card centrally over the die cut circle aperture using adhesive tape.

Jane Halloween Ghost 1C

8. Attach the top layer to the base card using double sided tape.

9. Spin the ghost and have fun!

Jane Halloween Witch 1

Jane Halloween Pumpkin

Both the witch and pumpkin spinner are made in the same way.

I hope you have enjoyed my cards and will be inspired to create something similar yourself. If you'd like to see a little video clip of the witch in action please hop over to my blog.

Remember to share what you create with us on social media using the hashtag #papermilldirect.

Thanks for looking today. And keep crafting!


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