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Spotted on Sunday: Katrina’s Serena has a Sign Spinner Card!

Hey everyone! Elaineabella here with another SPOTTED ON SUNDAY for you! Every Sunday I share cards and other creations that have caught my eye featuring Stamping Bella stamps.

This week’s Spotted on Sunday star is.


I love an interactive card, and this one is just so fun, and pretty too!

A post shared by Katrina Bufton (@katrinabufton) on

Stamp Sets Used: Uptown Girl Serena has a Sign

Thank you for sharing, Katrina!

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  1. Nancee Purdum says:

    What a cute card!

  2. Karin says:

    That’s a great card…is there a link where we could find directions on how to make one?!?!?

  3. SarahC says:

    Neat birthday card!

  4. Theressa says:

    It’s very cute and an easy project to make.

  5. Elizabeth Hulse says:

    What a great card! And thanks for the instructions, Karin!

  6. Gail Plaskiewicz says:

    Wow, what a really cute card! You know, if your old enough and I guess that means me, you remember interactive cards. I remember cards that moved, cards that had a wheel that you turned to get the right age and stuff like that. Everyone thinks those are new but they aren’t. Just wanted to throw that out there. I love to see when someone uses your stamps to make a card and you’ve found them.

  7. June M. says:

    I am very confused on what a spinner card is now! With this picture, because the spinner cards I’ve seen on ALL include invisible thread with a stamped image on both sides. Then you spin the card so that when it is opened, the image spins. But you show a different kind of spinner card. So which is which. Thank you.

    • Stamping Bella says:

      Hi June, Elaineabella here. I think the term “spinner” can be applied to both types, as both have elements that spin! As long as you know what you want to make, there’s no need to be confused! Another way to refer to this style of card would be Spinning Wheel Card or Pinwheel Card.

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