Hello - here's a little tutorial for a fun spinner card using Deena Rutter’s new Wheel O’Fortunate Cutting Files. But good news – if you don’t have a cutting machine you can still use these files to make this card!
2) Print your images. I used a thick card stock, which makes a durable card that I think works better.
5) Punch 2 circles out of your extra cardstock. (These will help your card spin.) Line them up and pierce them.
7) You need a “notch” in your box layer (the one with the window) on the side in order to turn your wheel. I traced the bottom of the window onto a sticky note, placed it on the side and trimmed it out. You could also use a circle punch. But the notch needs to be shallow enough so that your images don’t show as you spin the wheel.
11) Find some dimensional adhesive foam or pop dots that are equal to or a little thicker than the thickness of your card/brad.