Frankie Spinner Tag ft KennyK + Copic + Darkroom Door

31 Days of Halloween with KennyK Stamps.

Halloween Frankie Spinner Tag for 31 days of Halloween at Club KennyK, featuring KennyK Stamps + Copic markers + Darkroom Door.  Oh yes … I am back with another project, and this one is interactive … of course there’s a video!

There’s a lot to love about digital stamps.  They’re affordable, they don’t take up anyy physical space in my house, but mostly … I can change their size!!!  Another perk is being able to flip the stamp horizontally and create a mirror image, which is exactly what the mad scientist ordered for this project!

31 Days of Halloween with KennyK Stamps.
I’ve been itching to make a spinner tag for ages, and I figured … why not now?  So … if you scroll down you’ll find 2 things.
1. A full list of materials I used for this project, with links (where possible).
2. Tutorial video showing you exactly how the whole thing came together.

If you would like to see exactly how I created the mirror images using the stamps, I’ll be happy to do a little experiment and see if I can film the entire process.  I use Photoshop, but I’ll also see if it can be done using PicMonkey (free online photo editing tool).  Let me know in the comments below, or use the contact button to fire off a quick message 😀  Now … let’s get into it!


Digital Stamp – ‘Frankie’, KennyK Stamps
Rubber Stamps – ‘Alphabet Medly’, Darkroom Door
Ink – ‘Embossing’, Distress Ink
Double Sided tape
Tombow Monoadhesive liquid glue
Black Cardstock, A5
Stitched Rectangle die 10cm x13cm
Stitched Circle die 8.2cm
Washi Tape
Big Shot (or similar) die cutting machine
Embroidery Floss (I used DMC 987 green)
Heat Gun
Clear Embossing Powder
Fine scissors
XPress It Blending Card
Copic markers:
YG64, G24, YG63, YG67
C2, C4, C6, C8, C10
E50,E51, 0
B000, B00

Naturally, you could make this with any stamp image, and any size rectangle or circle dies … use what you have!
And what does this tag do?  Well … I intend to use it as a bookmark, but you could use this method to create the front of a greeting card, or a gift tag for a present or bottle of wine.  Shall we get on with the show?  Yes … let’s 😀

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