I’ve mentioned before how much I love to make cards from a sketch and when I saw the latest one from the lovely Makeesha on her Inkspirations Blog I had to have a play.

Now I had a design in mind for this sketch and I knew what images I wanted to use but seeing they were on a Stampin’ Round Wheel I had a few problems getting a single cup image on the squares and after trying for an hour I decided to give in and contemplated taking the rubber off the wheel and cutting it up.

So after a little deliberation this is exactly what I did!  So now my Take a Sip Wheel looks like this ….

I think the images will come in quite handy like this and to replace the wheel its only going to cost $11.95. All I did was to pop a bit of snail adhesive on the back of the stamp and popped it on an acrylic block to stamp. I simply just rubbed the snail off the block after use using the Adhesive Remover.

Here is my card ….

Recipe
Stamps
: Take A Sip, Great Friend
Paper: Concord Crush, Whisper White, Pink Pirouette, Lap of Luxury DSP
Ink: Concord Crush
Accessories: Stampin Write Markers, Pretty in Pink Taffeta, Big Shot, Lots of Tags sizzlets,
Stampin Sponge, Stampin Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots, 1 1/4″ Square Punch

11 Comments

  1. I feel the need for a cup of coffee LOL! Great card. Thanks so much for joining us at Inkspirations this week 🙂

  2. FAB and FUN card Leonie. great use of the wheel. I ‘flattened” the few wheels I have not so long ago and now use them a LOT more!! The card is a PERFECT reflection of you and ur caffeine relationship.

  3. What a great idea. I don’t like travelling around with the roller BUT having it flat makes it more transportable. I’ll be putting “On/Off’ adhesive on the back which will then turn it into the usual type of stamp which you can take on/off the mounting block. You’re just SO O O O O O SMART. thank you

  4. Nice card!!! Great idea to cut the wheel apart. I have heard of others doing this but I haven’t given it a try. Thanks for telling how you did it!

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