How to make a Hello Spellbinders Pinwheels Greeting Card. Using two sided Rinea Foil, Darice Bamboo Embossing folder and EK tools Hello Punch. I’ll show you how to make a beautiful Pinwheel card.
While shopping at Tuesday Morning a few weeks back I picked up the Spellbinders Pinwheels dies. Thinking these would be beautiful made with the Rinea Foil.
So I pulled out all of my supplies and set to making this card.
Supplies for How to make a Hello Spellbinders Pinwheels Greeting Card
Two sided Blue and Gold smooth Rinea Foil
Spellbinders S5-125 Shapeabilities Pinwheels Die Templates
EK tools Hello Punch
Round Mini Gold Brads
White card A2
Scrap of white cardstock
Vagabond Machine Inspired by Tim Holtz or other like die cutting machine
Tattered Angels 17123 Glimmer Mist Art Paint, Leap Frog
Glue Dots Brand Adhesive Products Craft Roll
Brutus Monroe Surface ink Jurassic
White A2 Card
Aleene’s Tacky Glue
Zig Two Way Glue
Below you will find a video on How to make a Hello Spellbinders Pinwheels Greeting Card.
Making the pinwheels is really easier than it looks. Once I figured out how many pieces to cut and how to put these together.
For the two pinwheels, I made there are five cuts of each of the two dies. The pinwheel looks best when two sided paper is used. The Rinea Foil was perfect since there are several papers that have different colors on each side.
Be aware that this card will get smashed if you put it in an envelope and mail it to someone. I would suggest either hand delivering the card or putting it in a small box so that it arrives in its full beautiful glory.
Make sure you head over to the Rinea website and see all the beautiful colors of paper foils that they offer. This isn’t your typical foil paper, it is better.
I hope that today’s post inspires you to make a pinwheel with the Rinea foil. Feel like a kid again and make one for yourself.
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