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Spin Me Around for the Surprise Inside

Hey friends! Britney here featuring a card with a fun surprise…a Turner Surprise. Mama Elephant’s Turner Surprise Creative Cuts and Circle of Friends stamp set will be featured on this card. 
Starting with my background, I cut a sheet of rainbow paper from the Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow paper pack using the largest of the Lawn Fawn Outside In Stitched Rectangle dies. I like how it leaves a nice white frame around the card. I cut the turner handle piece using a scrap of that same rainbow paper. I cut my scalloped circle out of Lawn Fawn No. 2 Pencil cardstock. I stamped my sentiments using Lawn Fawn Embossing Ink and used white embossing powder on the background and the scalloped circle. Doing this kind of stamping is always easier before everything is adhered together. 
I inked up my images on smooth white cardstock using Gina K Black Amalgam Ink  and colored them with my Copics. I used the other circle from the Turner Surprise Creative Cuts to cut out my Circle of Friends. I added highlights with my white gel pen and accents to the eyes and noses with a black glaze pen.Let everything dry before assembling, otherwise, you will smudge the gel pen marks. 
I inked up some paper with some coordinating Lawn Fawn ink (Grape Soda) and used the star from the Turner Surprise Creative Cuts to use in the center of my circle. I used a star from the Circle of Friends set and used it to stamp stars in coordinating colors on both circle pieces of my Turner Surprise.
Lastly, I stamped an arrow from the Circle of Friends set on the pull tab and added a little Nuvo Glitter Drops in White Blizzard  to the star and the birthday hats on the critters next to the sentiment. I popped up my Turner Surprise and my other critters using Darice foam adhesive strips. I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I enjoyed making it. I hope you have a wonderful day and hope you join me again for another blog post. 


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