FLASH CARD – Bee Happy Spinning Pull Card – Video No. 66

Hey my sweet peeps!  I hope you guys had an amazing holiday!  Was it everything you dreamed it would be?  It was for us.  Just a fabulous time!!!  Thank you for allowing me the time off to enjoy the holidays but you know, I couldn’t keep this FLASH CARD video quiet any longer.

I’m over the MOON excited about today’s FLASH CARD!  It’s not your ordinary Flash Card.  Check this out!
FLASH CARD - Bee happy Spinning Pull Card - video tutorial at www.SimplySimpleStamping.com A couple of weeks ago, my friend Brenda McBride gave me this super cool spinner card.  You pulled the string and the image spun around.  I was totally fascinated by it!  You guys were too because a lot of you asked for a video on how to do it.  

I hope Brenda doesn’t mind but I tore it apart so I could figure out the mechanics of it.  My version is a little different.  Sometime we just have to go with what we have, right?
FLASH CARD - Bee happy Spinning Pull Card - video tutorial at www.SimplySimpleStamping.com FLASH CARD - Bee happy Spinning Pull Card - video tutorial at www.SimplySimpleStamping.com I love how the card turned out!  The pictures don’t really do it justice because the cool part is when it spins around.

Let me share today’s FLASH CARD video with you…

If you unable to view the video, CLICK HERE to view it online.

Here are some measurements in case you missed them:

  • Daffodil Delight cardstock – 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, score at 4 1/4
  • Basic Black cardstock – 4 1/4″ x 2 3/4″
  • Whisper White cardstock – 4″ x 2 1/2″
  • Black Bakers Twine – 12″

Here are the products I used to create my card.  As always, use what you have and ORDER what you need!  Be sure to use the DECEMBER HOSTESS CODE CPTSWAGZ to get this month’s exclusive videos and tutorials!

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Well, kids, that’s all for today!  I hope you can join me tomorrow for a 2-Minute Tuesday Tip!  See ya then!

14 Responses to “FLASH CARD – Bee Happy Spinning Pull Card – Video No. 66”

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  1. Theresa says:

    Bright and cheering for cold winter greetings. Love it

    • Connie says:

      Cold is right! We got an unexpected snowfall over the weekend. They said a “dusting” and we got about 5-inches!

  2. Linda Jame says:

    What a cute idea. I like that stamp set too and do not care for the smiley face on the sun flowers. Great way you changed that up.

  3. Carol says:

    OMG what a cute card. I also use your flash cards idea all the time. Thanks so much

  4. Oh Connie, what an adorable, super cute card. It might look complicated but your video is so perfectly explained that I’m so sure I will be able to CASE it. I was also thinking that the little bee can be easily substituted by a little cup cake or a star or a snow flake, etc. to make this card perfect for any occasion. Thank you so much for sharing. 🙂
    PS. Just wanted to let you know that I took the plunge and finally got a blog. I’m still learning how to post pictures of my cards, but I love it. My darling daughter (who happily lives next door to us) helped me set it up. I’m working on a couple of cards to post as soon as the Holidays are over, right now I’ve been so busy with the grandkids on vacation.
    My blog name is:
    I hope you can go and take a looksee, ok?

  5. Love this card!!!!! What a cute flash card, it is easy to make and sure to bring a smile. I mind is swirling on how I can do a Valentine card using your swirling technique. Thanks Connie.

  6. Lg56 says:

    This card is just awesome this will be the next card that I make. I watched your video on the flash card. This is a great idea, to have material cut and ready to go.

    Thank you for such a cute video.

  7. Beth P Waldeck says:

    Connie, do you have written instructions for this card? I enjoy the videos, but it’s hard to keep stopping/starting to make the card; especially if I want to make more than one. Thanks!

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