Suspended Spinner Card – Color Wednesday #61 (Inktense Pencils & Wink of Stella)
Suspended Spinner Card – Color Wednesday #61 (Inktense Pencils & Wink of Stella)


Hi Everyone! Kristina here. Welcome to another
Color Wednesday video. Today I’m using this new stamp set from Art Impressions called
Fairy Spinner. It’s really fun, because it has both the front and back image of this
fairy. Perfect to create a suspension spinner card. This video is super super long. I didn’t
want to cut out any of the important parts of the assembly of the card or the painting
of the fairy, so those are included. Because of that the card is kind of lengthy, but I
hope you guys enjoy the instruction anyway. I’m stamping the fairy image or images, because
there are two images in StazOn Jet Black ink on to some Strathmore Water Color paper. Going
to be doing some water coloring with Inktense Pencils. Because I’m adding water to the paper
I wanted to make sure to use a waterproof ink. I also used Hero Arts Ultra Clean Stamp
Cleaner to clean off my stamps, because it takes of StazOn Ink unlike other stamp cleaners
and it’s also safe for both your cling stamps and your clear stamps. I wanted to show you
guys this water bucket. This is the Artist Wash Bucket. SimonSaysStamp.com is now carrying
this bucket. I’ve been using a similar one for quite a few months now and I really love
it. It has two containers inside. They come apart if you want to use them separately or
you can have them together or in the bucket. Or you could have three different sections.
It’s a really really great bucket. I just wanted to let you guys know that Simon does
carry that now. I’m going to be using Inktense Pencils and I’m only using 6 different colors.
As I use each color I’ll go ahead and mention the color names so that you can follow along.
This is actually the third time I’ve water colored this particular image and I did quite
a few different test runs with different colors and these are the colors I decided would look
best. The first color I’m using is Matter Brown. It’s more of a reddish auburnish color.
It’s a really really pretty color. Very unusual. I thought it would look really fun on this
kind of cooky looking fairy, because she kind of makes me think of an older lady and she
might dye her hair a really kind of strange cherry red color. I’m just sure that there’s
someone out there that has a color similar to this naturally, but it’s probably very
unusual. I thought it would be fun to have this color on her hair. The thing that I learned
as I was coloring this image over and over again re-acquainting myself with my Inktense
Pencils was that you really have to embrace the different look that the Inktense Pencils
can give you. I hadn’t used my Inktense Pencils for quite awhile, probably six months or so,
and I had forgotten exactly how they work. So basically an Inktense Pencil is almost
like a dry pen ink that you’re putting down on paper and then as you add water to it becomes
like a regular ink. So it’s really intense, so I guess Inktense is a really good name
for these pencils. It’s a really intense color. It’s also waterproof once it’s dry, so it’s
great for building color on top of each other. Although I’m not going to be doing that today.
I’m going to be using just kind of the straight colors out of the pencils. Because of that
you don’t really have a lot of time to work with the color and also when you add the color
down onto your water color paper even though it kind of sits on top of the water color
paper when you add water to it, it doesn’t wash away the darkest areas where you applied
it. Now I’m moving on to Sicilian Yellow and that’s going to be for her earrings and also
later on for the star on her wand. Anyway, as you add the color down to your water color
paper, you really have to think about where you want it to be the darkest. So on her hair
I wanted those outer edges and then right along those lines to be the darkest. I kept
that top edge of her hair free from color on the pencil so when I added water it would
be faded up near the top. So like I said I colored this image multiple times. I was really
searching for a good skin color; I never really found one that I was perfectly happy with,
because they were all very orange or all very very brown. I really just wanted more of a
pinky orangey brown color. Just a really good flesh tone. This is the color that was the
closest, although I still think it’s a little bit too orangey for what I was envisioning
for this image. But this color is called Baked Earth. I wanted it to be very very pale. I
didn’t want it to be the strongest brown color that it could be. I put down very very lightly
little bits on the areas where I wanted it to be the most in shadow. I just barely let
the pencil glide across the paper, letting that water color texture kind of pick up the
color. Okay…can you guys hear that??? That is my cat freaking out downstairs. Mannie? Where are you? Are you coming in here? Hope you guys can hear that. That is his freak
out meow. I have been trying to catch that on like on a audio recording for like ages
to share with your guys. Hey! Where are you? Okay, so I’m re-wetting her face after I dried
it and then I put some Carmine Pink pencil off to the side and I’m going to pick a little
bit of that pencil up and then bring it over to her cheeks, because I really wanted it
to be pale pale pink. That Carmine Pink is really intense straight out of the pencil.
I needed to water it down before bringing it over. I’m using Neutral Gray for all of
the gray tones on this image here and I just did some really really strong color on a couple
of the stripes and then I’ll dry that to make sure that I can move on to those other stripes.
Then I applied a really really light layer of that same color, just to get that little
stripe there. After I did her hat I decided to move on to her dress. Instead of using
a regular water brush for this, or water color brush, I’m actually going to be using a Wink
of Stella Clear Glitter Brush Pen. I discovered that when you color with the Wink of Stella
brush pen, the Inktense pencils behave a little bit differently. They don’t fade out; or rather
they fade out more quickly. When I painted her dress in just regular water, the previous
times, there wasn’t much shading difference. It was kind of hard to keep those highlights
and keep the area really really light. As I use this Wink of Stella it just doesn’t
pull the color as much. I think it’s because the liquid inside it’s slightly more thick.
Slightly thicker than water and so it just doesn’t pull the color quite as much. You’re
really going to see that as I fade it up onto her backside. Her rump basically. You’re going
to see that it really fades out that color quickly. It’s kind of a cool effect. You can
get some really really intense colors right where you apply the pencil and then it fades
out rather quickly to whatever, to white. So I’m going ahead and fading this out even
more. Then I’m going to skip ahead to the other side of her. To the backside. So I added
more color. Just right around those edges and as I add the Wink of Stella you’ll notice
that only the edges stay the intense Aqua Marine color. The center areas are quite faded
and you’ll be able to really really see this as I shade the rest of the image here. I’m
just adding a little bit of that Wink of Stella around those edges and I’m starting to get
it to fade. I did rotate my paper because I discovered that it was slightly easier to
work with the color up at the top and pulling it down instead of trying to fade it up. So
I turned that around. Right here is a really good example of trying to get that color moving.
While the color fades out more quickly than using water it does give you a little bit
of time to kind of swirl your brush around and get that color moving just a little bit
before it fades out. You can really see that in this larger area right here. Just going
to add more of that Wink of Stella. I also noticed that I really wanted to add more and
more of the liquid, so I did end up squeezing my Wink of Stella Brush pen just to get a
little more liquid out and moving. I also took that colored pencil or that Inktense
Pencil and added a little bit of color right up at the top, because that area up there
had already dried so I knew I wouldn’t be able to pull any of that ink down. So I just
added that color and really squeezed my Wink of Stella brush to get that shimmer all the
way down. I really love this look especially on top of this fairy image because I had planned
to put Wink of Stella over the top anyway and this way there’s tons and tons of shimmer.
I’m going back to that gray color and I’m using the gray on her wings. I’m using this
very very sparingly, because I really want the wings to be white or even a light gray.
I don’t want them to be black. They can really can go super super dark, as you can see on
her hat. I’m just adding in some that Wink of Stella and getting those colors moving.
I also discovered that if you don’t want the color to keep fading or you want them to fade
even more quickly like I do on this, you can scribble off to the side and get rid of some
of the color that is on the brush, then it makes it a little bit easier to fade out the
color instead of having it be really dark and intense. You’ll be able to see that when
I switch over to the other wings as well. So I’m starting out in that inner area right
there by her shoulder blades. I’ll kind of swipe the color off to the side to clean off
the brush, so that as I move up into the other areas of the wing it doesn’t pull that color
quite as much. This gray can get pretty dark and intense, so I’m just pulling that off
to the side and slowly painting in those wings. The last section is down here right underneath.
I really loved how this turned out. It was more of a sketchy look. I thought it was really
really pretty and I loved adding all of that shimmer on to her dress and on to her wings.
I’m going to give you a close up shot so that you can see all that shimmer. It’s really
quite amazing how much shimmer you can get on this. Look at that, it’s so pretty. All
that glittery shimmery goodness. I also used that on the star on her wand and also on her
shoes. So, after I had finished painting the image
I needed to cut both of them out and I knew that I would be adhering them together so
I’m going to use some Stick It paper; this is a full adhesive sheet. Super super thin.
It’s great for die cutting. But today I’m going to use it as the means to get these
two to stick together. I’m putting that Stick It on to the back of one of those images.
Then I’m going to cut it out really really carefully. This probably the most time intensive
part of the whole process. It think it took me quite awhile to cut out these images because
their pretty detailed. But after I had them all cut out all I had to do was put together
the whole spinner mechanism. So, I peeled off the backing of that Stick it and exposed
the adhesive. I just had to peel up a little bit that was up by the wand. Just going to
peel that up. Then I took some light gold embroidery floss and I’m going to be using
this as the string for the suspension. So I’ll cut off a little portion and then I’m
placing it so that it starts to come in on her shoes and then goes up to the tip of her
hat. Then I’m taking the back image and carefully putting this on here. And I noticed that because
this is water color paper, the paper didn’t want to stick together so I thought I will
run it through my die cutting machine once and it will make it so it’s completely flat
and it worked great. It flattened everything out and adhered those pieces together. I didn’t
anticipate that the string is going to gather up and show through on the back of it. I guess
I had some string gathered or something underneath and it left little marks. That was unfortunate,
but not a huge deal. I mean not enough to make me start over again. I just went with
it. I just set her aside while I did some more die cutting. I die cut a circle in a
card base. This is a 3.25″ circle. I used the Simon Says Stamp Stitched Circles die
set for that. Then I also cut another piece out of some white card stock that I’m going
to do some stamping on. This is a stamp, a background stamp, from My Favorite Things.
This is the Striped Background. Going to be embossing all of these stripes, so I just
prepped it with my EK Success Powder Tool. Then inked up that entire stamp with VersaMark
Ink and pressed my card stock down on to the stamp. This is just a little bit easier than
having to press the stamp down on to the paper. It’s a little easier like this. Then you just
put some scratch paper over top and use your fingers to press that paper on to the stamp.
I then applied some Rich Pale Gold embossing Powder from WOW. I wanted to get those stripes
all nice and golden. I cleaned up some of the embossing powder with a dry brush and
then I took my heat tool and heat set this until everything was melted. I just love,
really look, of some bold stripes all in gold embossing. It’s really really pretty. In order
to put the whole spinner card together I’m taking some of this really really strong tape
adhesive. I think it’s from Be Creative. I’m not entirely sure. I’ll have links down in
the video description and at my blog. But I just cut this really really sticky paper
and put some on the top and the bottom of the circle. Then I also took the card base
and I put adhesive there as well. This is going to sandwich the string in between two
sections of adhesive, so that strings really doesn’t want to move around. Now, I’m going
to take that spinner area and put it together. So I’m peeling off the backing on the card
base and then I held the string pretty tight as I pressed it down on to those adhesive
strips. Then I took my scissors and just trimmed off the string so that it wasn’t hanging off
the edge. I’m going to bring over that other card stock, but before I do that I’m going
to add adhesive all along the front. I’m getting those corners and around the circle and then
I peeled off those backing sheets and then really really carefully adhered this down
onto the card base. I wanted to make sure that those circle die cuts match up. Now the
string is all sandwiched in between and the spinning portion of the card is basically
down, you can see that she starts spinning. I think it’s just so super super fun. I wanted
a frame to go around that circle on the front so I used that same circle die from Simon
Says Stamp and then I used another die from Sizzix to create a black frame and I adhered
that using some Tombow Mono Multi Glue. I then stamped the sentiment from the stamp
set on some black card stock and embossed it in that same gold embossing powder. Trimmed
it down and then adhered that with some foam tape. That is going to finish the card. I’m
going to show you the card a little bit so you can see the shine of the stamping and
the embossing and then also the spinning. The thing that’s cool is that you can spin
it like that put it in the envelope and then when the recipient opens the card it starts
spinning. So it’s really really fun. I’m going to show you an up close version of that
so you can see. So I’ve already prepped it by spinning and as I open it the fairy spins
all around. Thank you so much for watching and I will catch you next time. Thank you so much for watching until the very
end of the video. It’s a really long one today. On screen are three more cards that I’ve done
recently that are more than just your average card. The first one is a shaker card that
I made last Monday, the second one is kind of like a window with suspended sequins inside
plastic, it’s also a shaker card but the sequins don’t really move around too much they are
more suspended. Then that last one is a four paneled card with window cut outs. So I hope
you’ll check out some of those videos. Thank you so so much for watching and I will catch
you guys next time.

100 thoughts on “Suspended Spinner Card – Color Wednesday #61 (Inktense Pencils & Wink of Stella)”

  1. Cecilia Lewis says:

    Oooh, I have to try and make one!

  2. Melodie Fairburn says:

    OM Goodness that sound. I had my last cat for 18 years, and that was the sound she made either before she threw up a hair ball or if she found a bug or spider, lol.

  3. Tracy Brown says:

    Enjoyed this video! Thanks Kristina

  4. Cynthia Clark says:

    Cute, cute, cute.

  5. The Bling-bling Crafter says:

    You must know that this video wasn't too long at all….in fact I enjoyed every second of it. You make cards not only fun and festive, but easy even though they are for pro's as yourself. Wonderful video from Mannie talking to you to the close up off the spinning gorgeous shimmery fairy. You and Jennifer McGuire are my favorites on YouTube. I do buy most of my supplies from an online company in California called: Scrapbook Made Simple. I was wondering if you would check them out , (i# you had time), and tell me if there prices were higher than where you advertise where you buy your supplies. I'm on a fixed low budget, & need to save on my hobby as much as possible. I would be very grateful if you would. No hurry on my request. . Just asking. And if you don't have time, I'm good with that as well. I'm just happy as can be just to be able to learn from you and to get to watch your talents. And Mannie. Love your kitty. TyFS, Pat

  6. Pat Posk says:

    Kristina first off I'd stay to watch you if it took over an hour.  I know I'm getting a great lesson with so much information.  No way can you do this short.  Oh I noticed your nails are healed and have polish again..Yeah.  I love this card it is so smart looking with the gold stripes and the spinner fairy.  Great job Kristinas.  Now why was Mannie freaking out.  What upset him and why did he do this.  Was he afraid that you were gone and then he woke up and heard you and got scared.  I know dogs but not that familiar with cats.  I felt sorry for him. Is he OK now.  Thanks Kristina for a great card and lesson.
    pat

  7. Phanti1000 says:

    Hi Kristina, it's been a while since I've visited your YouTube channel and have really enjoyed this video. Your work came to my attention through the scrap scene & receive your Newsletter. I'm on a disability and do digital scrapping as the costs are lower. I would be really very interested in making cards as I miss the tangible alot. My concern is cost. If I were to start, what products are essential to this art form, do you think you could please give me a list? My email address is [email protected] I hope you will have the time. Your work is incredibly amazing. Thanks for inspiring me.

  8. AuntBecscreations says:

    LOVE this card!

  9. Sharon Johnstone says:

    Fantastic! I made a similar thing for an ATC theme of a couple dancing. I was so pleased with myself, but yours is soo much better 🙂

  10. alliebee345 says:

    You are so clever. Love it

  11. Julie Bartlett says:

    Love the long video 🙂 the longer the better

  12. Kim Fehon says:

    Once again a great card. A great idea for my niece's 4th birthday. Thank you. 

  13. cfarnhill says:

    Wow, what a clever idea, love everything thanks for sharing this amazing card!

  14. mawmawvee says:

    I sure do like the little tune that accompanies' this card at the very end.  What is the name of it?
    Thanks

  15. Eugenia Domenech Broseta says:

    preciosa tarjeta¡¡¡

  16. Jennifer Renault says:

    I love you video showing just how you use colered pencils they look wonderful.Makes me want to try..Great video thank you so much.

  17. willysmom1 says:

    I love how the Inktense pencils look with the wink of Stella. Thanks for the inspiration. Great card.

  18. Valerie Breingan says:

    Love the intense pencils,Adoreable spinner

  19. XoNetra says:

    ok. so this was a super fun card ! I love the front and back stamping.

  20. Teresa Doyle says:

    Kristina, this card is AMAZING! I haven't made a spinner card in a long time so you have inspired me to make another one! I also have new products since I've made one last so this should be fun to put a new "spin" on it! (Pun intended! LOL) Thanks so much for sharing this!

  21. Melanie R says:

    This card is just the best. I haven't made a spinner in a very long time and enjoyed watching as I always do. Always a learning experience! Mannie is the cutest and you're blessed to have each other. Thank you for sharing.

  22. Hobby Angel Crafts says:

    This is such a cute card.
    I don't mind the length of the video's, I really enjoy watching them and could watch yours all-day long.
    Thank you for sharing your card Kristina.

  23. craftymagnets says:

    Great video and "awesome" card. Thanks for sharing your talent, I'm going to try this for my Valentine Cards with cupid spinning! Hope it turns out as "awesome" as yours!!

  24. Nancy Frustaci says:

    Great Card 🙂

  25. Jenny van Westrop says:

    Love this card..

  26. SIMPLY CRAFTYFRENCH says:

    Love this card and those pencils !

  27. Aurélia SCRAP says:

    This card is awesome !!!

  28. Maggie Brinkley says:

    So much fun! X

  29. Pullen81 says:

    thank you for the inspiration… I'll try to make this card too this weekend!

  30. Anouk van Driessel says:

    love this card and super explained the coloring

  31. Familie Meijer says:

    Hi Kritina,

    I just want it to say that I really love the dress color!

    Bye Kim

  32. Jeanie Gregory says:

    I love this card! What a wonderful idea to use the wink of stella brush to water color! Thank you for this great video!

  33. Charlene Luedtke says:

    That is so dang clever and cute!

  34. Tammy Whitley says:

    Im completely in love with this!! I love the Inktense pencils. They are so nice and I will probably buy some to try. I have a lot of watercolor pencils and after watching several of your videos, Im ready to try using them!!!  And BTW your video's aren't long at all.  Some are over an hour on other sites, so don't worry!! I enjoyed every minute and Im sure everyone else does too!!! 

  35. Anonymous Ink says:

    AWESOME card & tutorial! Kristina, thank you so much for sharing your fabulously creative ideas.
    Poor Mannie! My Tigger girl makes a similar sound – mostly at night. It is the saddest, most mournful meow in the world. I think she suddenly feels alone and abandoned, like maybe she awakens and doesn't know where I am.  She was a pathetic stray who came to me half starved and infested with worms and fleas. She stood with her little paws on my back French doors and meowed until I let her adopt me. That was almost 10 years ago and she is my indoor princess. I sometimes think of all the love I would have missed if she had not chosen me.

  36. Sarah Brecher says:

    AWESOME

  37. Katherine Taylor says:

    The card is totally awesome, I love the fairy. I like watching the process in real time, when people speed things up it makes me a bit dizzy. Give Manny a big hug, poor kitty, lol.

  38. inkyfairydesigns says:

    This might be one of my favorite cards of yours ever! 

  39. diane in FV says:

    Love it! I'm thinking of all the different variations that could be done with this!

  40. Rhea Kraszewski says:

    Thanks Kristina such a cute card.  I love AI front and back stamps!

  41. Peggy Kempf says:

    I really love this card, it is so cute and the spinner part makes it great!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  42. ALEXANDRA LEGASPI says:

    I live for this card!!! It's so cute!! Love the coloring technique!! TFS

  43. Rucha B. says:

    Kristina i could watch your videos all day long and not get bored. This card was super fun. I cant wait to use this idea to make a card. You're awesome!

  44. AbsoluteLindsay says:

    Love it

  45. Ingrid Oberink says:

     A funny card, realy realy love it!!! I could lookat your video's for hours LOL!!!

  46. Peggy Martin says:

    You are so creative.  Love your cards. You explain everything, where it can be understood, you make it so easy as well.  Please don't stop sharing your cards.

  47. Caity Butler says:

    Amazing card! Love, love , love it…

  48. Mercè Soto Codines says:

    what beautiful the card and of fund the Mannie be a great teacher I'm happy thank you

  49. Helen Mcwilliam says:

    Great card. Thanks for sharing 😊

  50. Patricia Bowman says:

    This is one amazing card. I just love that spinning fairy!!

  51. McMillan 715 says:

    Just amazing!!!

  52. Jessika Garcia says:

    I like the spinning portion…neat idea!

  53. Mendi Yoshikawa says:

    I love that you wound it up to stick it in the envelope.  I've made a spinner card like this before, but I never thought of that!  So fun!  🙂

  54. Pat Abe-Self says:

    What a great card!  love the spinner fairy.  thanks for sharing 

  55. Andy Readman says:

    my hair is bright red blue and black lm 54yrs had this for about the last 10yrs

  56. Andy Readman says:

    love the fairy she's awesome great card tfs

  57. Carol Dharkling says:

    love your videos.  This was so adorable.  Love it.  
    Carol

  58. Dot Freel says:

    I have those pencils and this has been the best video on how to use them.  Thanks!  Super cute card!  I just love that spinning action.

  59. Karin Carter says:

    Awesome!

  60. KittenAtPlay says:

    This is a wow card. Amazing job on it!

  61. pfengwa44 says:

    Adorable.  Using the Wink of Stella with the Inktense pencils was a great idea and produced a gorgeous look.  Thanks for sharing!

  62. Andrea La Vigne says:

    Love this card! I have the full set of Inktense pencils (felt too restricted with the 12 count set I originally got), and love them. If you want a less intense color, you can also take color off the lead with your damp brush, rather than coloring it directly on the paper with the pencil and painting from there. (Hope that makes sense.) In fact, that's become my go-to method lately for when I want more subtle color. I also recently did an online search for doing flesh tones in Inktense pencils, and one poster on a forum feed on WetCanvas suggested layering different colors, like oranges and violets, to get your skin tones. Just don't start with red! 🙂 Anyway, just thought I'd share that little tidbit. Thanks again for sharing your wonderful talent and creativity!

  63. Mandy says:

    im jelous i wont one

  64. Julia Topolewska says:

    the dress looks like it is sparkling. btw i lov  ur ideas. cud u try doing a speed drawing of a manga person or somin detailed plz?

  65. Riette says:

    I can't wait to try this!! My boy says we must go do that right now!!! Excellent card!!

  66. krskitcraft says:

    Well done. At first i was not attracted to the old fairy godmother image, but now i love it.

  67. mickeydee1 says:

    Wuper fun card

  68. *Tracy Born Again Farm Girl says:

    Your video was no to long for me 🙂

  69. Renee Cassidy says:

    Cute card for us older chicks to send!

  70. SuperSanders58 says:

    love the details you go into.. i just had to buy the stella pen

  71. marsha says:

    This is wonderful. I started to make greeting cards and have cut and glued a bunch. Have been looking for water color panting to add to the embellishment designs.
    Thank you so much. I'll give this a try. You work is very goood.

  72. Carolyn Buttery says:

    Love , love , love .

  73. Khara Whitead says:

    great inspiration

  74. Kim Thomas says:

    So cute! Thank you for sharing. Take care, Kim 🙂

  75. Citsjustme says:

    Did you know there is a die for cutting her out?

  76. Judy Cosler says:

    Kristina, what are the dimensions of the card?

  77. ceasecol says:

    That is a very cool card!

  78. Sonya Lemacks says:

    adorable. tfs♡

  79. Sonia Amri says:

    Do u have to melt the embossing powder with a heat tool,can you let it air dry instead?

  80. Belinda W says:

    amazing how well you cut out the shoes with the heel attached. Love your work!

  81. Annie Solomon says:

    Am working on a holiday spin card and loved your video. One question: you didn't show us the inside of the card. Does that mean there isn't anything on the inside? I'm kinda stumped on how to handle the inside, since you can see it through the spinner window, which doesn't leave a lot of room for a sentment.

  82. Moran Roz says:

    what is the base card size? before folding? Great Tutorial

  83. jhstinson62 says:

    IMPRESSIVE. Very well done!!!!!

  84. Britt D says:

    You're such an artist! when I watch these videos I get so inspired to start hand making cards for my loved ones … and then I realize that a) I am not as artistic as you and b) I am way too impatient! lol

  85. poohintheshoe says:

    Hi Kristina, I was just wondering if SSS made the "stitch" circle dies or stitch anything because of your famous "dash lines" that you do on cards? Great tutorial btw and I never find them too long, I enjoy your company while I'm crafting! 😉

  86. Cher Ring Ideas says:

    Thank you for the inspiration, and your thorough explanations!

  87. Dee Johnston says:

    love it

  88. Nastia says:

    this is magic….. man id die for a fairytale book with moving images like this o-o

  89. Jacquelyn Scheel says:

    This is so cool. Thank you so much for sharing this ! I am new to making cards and I am so amazed at the creativity and diversity of finished products. I subscribed to your channel so I can make the spinner and shaker cards

  90. Talha Sami says:

    I made but it didn't spin.what's the problem? is it because of string

  91. Katherine says:

    That is so fun!!!!!

  92. three2onemum says:

    This an awesome card, not too long at all, great inspiration!

  93. Joann Evans says:

    i really love the dress coloring technique.. very pretty… so sparkley!

  94. Yasmin says:

    Soo cute. I really love watching you color and all the little details you add ☺️

  95. Mags Bee says:

    Absolutely magical card! Love it!

  96. Linda Hutchings says:

    So funny, I am an older lady with cherry red hair, my husband laughed. LOL

  97. ml benson says:

    I "need" this stamp now – so darn cute. Your videos are never too long!

  98. Sue Stone says:

    Beautiful card. You are such a talented lady.

  99. Katherine Haught says:

    My generous sister sent me the complete set of these pencils for Christmas, and they took quite some time to get used to how they work. Since then l have so enjoyed playing with them & making cards. They are for sure, very intense & just beautiful . I haven’t seen many videos with them so l was really glad to find one of yours. Thanks for all the tips, etc. l always enjoy your cards no matter what the medium. 😀✍🏻👩🏻‍🎨🖌🖌📄

  100. Katherine Haught says:

    P.S. l just finished watching this video. WHAT FUN !!! That spinning technique is so clever. I’d love to be the recipient!!! How lucky she is.

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