Friday, October 31, 2008

Emma- Trick or Treat "Spinner" Board

The trick-or-treaters how go to Emma's house tonight are in for a surprise! "Instead of the usual routine, I thought it would be fun to make a spinner board, based on the one you use in the game 'Twister'. When the kids knock at the door I will let the board decide whether the kids get a treat, or perform a trick!

Trick or Treat ‘spinner’ board.
by Emma Trout

Patterned paper: Luxe Designs simple pinstripe Lime.
Imagination Project great grid paper black
Daisy Bucket sweet Marbella Stella
Scenic Route Salem
Stamps: Prima ‘build a swirl’
Sugar Loaf alphabet
Imaginisce Hallowhimsy cobweb
Making Memories tiny alpha black
Making Memories flower and brad.
Ranger crackle paint (soot black)
Corrugated card, acrylic paint, glossy paper, inks, chipboard, raffia, reindeer moss, black mesh, album post and spacer.

How to:
Draw a ‘spinner hand’ on chipboard, cut out and add glossy paper on top then trim again. Paint with crackle paint and leave to dry.
Cut a circle of black and orange patterned paper. Cut the orange circle into 30 degree segments and add to black circle. Decorate with torn strips of lime paper, doodling and add Halloween images and stamped swirls. Finish with words ‘trick’ and ‘treat’ in alternate segments.
Paint a large piece of corrugated card with cream, green and black acrylic paint. When dry, stamp with the large Prima swirl and add black mesh. Add the previously made circle to the centre of the card. Decorate with reindeer moss, raffia and an inked flower and brad.
Punch a hole in the centre of the layout and add the ‘spinner hand’, fixing into place with the album post and spacer. Have fun!



Wauw Emma, that is a big idea! So sadly that i have no time to make it for tomorrow. Maybe tonight untill 2 o clock in the night hi!!xx

Mireille said...

EM! this is brilliant again!!