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Old 01-05-2014, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default Frog Penney Card

Is there a way to use the old technique, using a penney behind a cut out image, in this case a cut out frog with a dimensional behind it, cut out a long jumping pathway across a decorated card and he can jump across the card with a circle and I thnk another dimensional on the other side of the circle on the insideof the card or something like that? It's been so long ago since I've used this technique, and NOW I have a little grandson that loves frogs! Back then I used the tools set of stamps and it was a tool turning round and round along the cutout pathway on the card for a Father's Day card. Would like to try the frog part of the ribbit stamp of the Stampin Up Animal Talk set of stamps "126392" in the 2013-2014 catalog. Thanks!
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Are either of these tutorials what you had in mind?

Splitcoaststampers - Spinner Card Project Tutorial by Cambria Turnbow

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Splitcoaststampers - View-Master™ Card Project Tutorial by Kyla Maestas

I don't see how you could move across/around a card from above (on the card), without physically moving a piece (like Tick Tack Toe). This closest I could envision is the View Master Card.

Does this help in any way?
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There is also the Swinger Card:
Fabulously Artsy -- Swinger Card - YouTube

Here a tut, but no pennies involved:
Eclectic Endeavours: Swinging ?Whee? Card Tutorial for Whimsical Wednesdays

Another version of the same card:
Confessions of a Ribbon Addict: Swinging from a Tree... Whee!: FULL Tutorial
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Wow, these are FABULOUS cards! Thanks for sharing them with me! My grandson will love them!
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Are either of these tutorials what you had in mind?

Splitcoaststampers - Spinner Card Project Tutorial by Cambria Turnbow

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Splitcoaststampers - View-Master™ Card Project Tutorial by Kyla Maestas

I don't see how you could move across/around a card from above (on the card), without physically moving a piece (like Tick Tack Toe). This closest I could envision is the View Master Card.


Does this help in any way?
Thanks so much, I do LOVE the View Master card, and do agree! And when I saw Cambria's tutorial, I remembered what we did to make the spinner card work, we kind of made the cut go at an angle from the top left corner to the bottom right corner, I think. Thanks for finding it for me. It's been awhile since I've been on here, and lost track of the tutorials. I love them and think they'll work for all kinds of kid's cards!

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You're welcome. I have hundreds of GBs stored on an external harddrive, all craft related. Mind you, even storing the various webpages as .mht files and sorting them in different folders under the appropriate named folder, I still can't find a technique when I go to use it. So I know how you felt. There was also a hula girl, but I didn't find that one when searching. If you need more search for Spinner or Swinger Cards.
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Old 01-06-2014, 07:30 PM   #7
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Here's another name for the swinger card:
Splitcoaststampers - Tilt Card Project Tutorial by Charmaine Ikach

I remember seeing a frog or some shape going down at the diagonal, but I can't find it. Hmmmm....
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Oops. This was a duplicate post.
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Here's another technique for a frog card:
what, me blog?: 5th Birthday Sliding Froggie card
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Oooooo. I think I found your card!
crafting this and that: Where are my googly eyes?!
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