Cupcake Spinner Birthday Card

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This birthday card features a spinning cupcake that moves along the track when you tilt the card. Banners and cupcakes, what says birthday better than that?

Project Assembly Notes
To see how to assemble this project you can watch the video on my YouTube channel here.

Supplies and/or Fonts Used
Foil Poster Board – http://shrsl.com/syyq
Glitter Cardstock – http://shrsl.com/rvju
Craft Foam – http://amzn.to/2FAPVE9
Snap Fasteners – http://amzn.to/2BU3kr3
Art Glitter Glue – http://amzn.to/2GQnIbH
Scotch ATG Gun – http://amzn.to/2GSRLzt

Download Below
This project is only available for Cricut Design Space. You can grab the file from here.

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11 Responses

  1. April says:

    I LOVE the spinner cards!!! I just did a game one and zelda one for my hubby and oldest son for Valentine’s day! they are soon much fun to do:) What kind of glue do you use?

    • Teri Brown says:

      I use Art Glitter Glue for my wet adhesive and the pink Scotch Advanced Tape Glider for my dry.

      • April says:

        Thanks:) What do you use the dry for? I only used wet and wished I wouldn’t have:( They are kind of warped a little from the wet glue.

        • Teri Brown says:

          The art glitter glue does not cause warping or wrinkles which is one of the reasons I highly recommend it. I use my tape gun probably just as much as I do the glue …. card panels, boxes, etc.

  2. PAULA ROGERS says:

    is there any update on your cricut design space projects, i’ve been coming back a few times every day and try, but there’s still nothing there

    • Teri Brown says:

      Nothing yet. 🙁 I got an update from Cricut yesterday morning saying that they were actively working on the issue but no resolution yet.

      If you have an iPad or iPhone a work-a-round is to open the project in the app and save it, then you can open it on the computer.

      • PAULA ROGERS says:

        thanks so much for the workaround – i have an ipad so will do it that way. I love all your designs and this one is fab and can be used for so many different things. Thanks so much

  3. Teri Brown says:

    I’m not sure what is going on but I am on chat with Cricut Support now because all of my projects are opening to a blank canvas. Please bear with me as I try to get this sorted out.

  4. Patricia Greco says:

    The Design Space File is blank.

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