Photo Tutorial: Frisbee card and Spirelli Technique - Song of My Heart Stampers

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02/10/2012

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Thanks for the great idea Lyssa

Love the Spirelli technique! Math geek here! I got to do "string art" as my final project for Analytical Geometry my Sr Yr of high school.

Thanks for showing how to do this! I had seen it but couldn't figure it out :) As always, I appreciate your "freebies" - you rock!

I have wanted to try this but didn't know how to do it, thanks for the great tutorial. I appreciate your free tutorials.

Thanks for sharing this with us Lyssa. I can't wait to try it myself. It looks so cool. I will add it to my 'To Do' list. :)

Jenny

I haven't liked any other spirelli's before - but this is lovely! And I love the frisbee card idea - identical sizes sounds fun.

Thanks Lyssa. I've seen these, but have never tried one and you made it look easy. Can't wait to try it. Thanks too for posting so FREELY. I've been finding more and more people are charging for every little idea and that makes me sad. I share freely as well. When I post something on my blog using this technique I'll be sure to link back to your tutorial.

This makes for a great looking project. Thanks for sharing the info.

I love to do spirelli and use lots of different strings......try some very thin metallic cord over shiny CS....textured if possible. The frisbee card is a hoot...can see lots of ways to embellish it...thanks for you work in sharing.

Thanks so much for the tutorial Lyssa:) Can't wait to try it!

Love it, great job Lyssa! Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

Great tutorial!! You are a true stamping inspiration, I read your blog all the time and I love it!

Thanks for the tutorial. Just a note on your "winter hands". I have the same (even in the summer it seems) and have tried everything. I use Aquaphor at night with gloves which is fine but so greasy it just can't work during the day. BUT--the other day my derm. recommended CeraVe (cream--not lotion) during the day and I have to say---it is great! I know not everything works for everyone but you might give this a try. Your hands will be happier and you will be able to stamp longer!!

Thank you so much for demonstrating these spirellis. Your tutorial instructions were very clear.

Ter ;)

Thanks for sharing this technique. I'm headed upstairs to give it a try!!

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