This is a layout of my son posing for pictures after a friend’s wedding. He sure did look handsome in his tie. I love how the cardboard came out as both a fence and a tree. The spinner was actually inspired by a YouTube video for card making by Julie Balzer. It was so incredibly easy.
After your spinner is assembled you will need to punch a hole into your layout. I used a square stencil to trace the space I wished to use. With my hold punch I started the hole and cut away the remain area of the square. Keep in mind this hole will need to remain open so in a photo album you must coordinate the back page with the spinner as well. This just means you get to have one cool spinner on two great pages.
The final part is to create a frame that will set off the spinner as well as cover the string and glue. Be sure to cut away any excess string before you glue the frame into place.