Your recipient will love the “extra” in this cupcake spinner card!
Building the circuit requires a couple of extra cuts. You’ll find some basic guidelines for creating the circuit and needed cuts to complete your cupcake spinner card here. Eiko also has a link to a YouTube Video for additional details and specifics to make the spinner using the conductive thread.
Once the circuit is ready and the cupcake pieces added to the spinner, add the pull tab to the slider switch. Pull the tab to make sure the switch will still slide and complete the circuit.
Assemble the card.
Once you’ve completed the circuit and added your pull tab, assemble the layers: Card base > circuit > patterned paper card front. Use foam tape between the card front and the circuit layer. Open the card just enough and spin the cupcake to prepare it for the recipient. You’ll need a larger envelope to allow for the extra dimension of the card – and it may cost you a little more to mail.
This card can also be made without the light or circuit – using just the spinner. Just follow the directions in the video found here for the Reindeer Spinner Card and if you need additional help with assembling the cupcake, you’ll find those directions here.
We hope this card inspires you to create a Cupcake Spinner Card of your own for an upcoming special occasion or just because.
Need a few more card ideas for an upcoming birthday? You’ll find them here.
If you choose to make this spinner card or another using files from Simply Crafty SVGs, please share them with us! We’d love to see them. You can share them on our Facebook Creator page or tag us on Pinterest or Instagram using the tag: @simplycraftysvgs.
Mix up some fun patterned papers; cut, ink and assemble the cupcake for your upcoming celebration using the swirl top pieces and panels. Add the cherry from the Milkshake Box file to top the cupcake box.
Lift the lid…
and there’s a party inside! The platform in the bottom of the box consists of the panel from the Cupcake stand file. Jan scored the scalloped edge to fold down. She cut a slit in the center and placed this piece on a piece of cardstock scored and folded to create a rectangle open-sided box. Attach the elements directly through the slit of the panel to the rectangle below. Aren’t these fun additions?
The candle is from the Cupcake Center Panel Card and the flags for the banner are from the Vintage Camper file.
Take a peek at the files you have in your stash and it’s likely you’ll have some options for details you may not have considered previously. It’s always fun to play!
Need a few additional ideas? There’s always a reason to celebrate!
Here is another really fun birthday design using the Topsy Turvy Cake and a WHOLE LOT of candles, 49 to be precise! The candles are from the Birthday Cake SVG file. She also included a bunch of little guys on the side of the cake trying to hang on. The fire extinguisher is from the Light the Candles Card. Click here to head on over to her blog for all the details. Here is the entire cake with a little firetruck on standby, followed by a few closeup details shots.
Not one, but 2 fun birthday cake designs, using the Birthday Cake SVG and the Display Stand SVG. This 3D cake is a perfect cake for those counting calories, but you can lift the lid to add some goodies to it too!. You will see Helle even used one as a hat! Click here to view the details of this project, including the paper she used.