Day and Night Reveal Wheel Card

Day and Night Reveal Wheel Card

This is a SUPER fun card to make! We'll create a scene and then add to it a reveal wheel featuring night and day!

Stamps Used

  • Skyward

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  • Poppies for Remembrance

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  • Perfect Layering Circles

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  • Moose

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  • Galaxy

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  • Fresh Grass

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Supplies Used

Additional Supplies

  • Cardstock – White (5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″), 2 pcs
  • Cardstock – Blue ( A2 card base)
  • Envelope – White
  • Brilliance – Galaxy Gold
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Scoring Board
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Kraft Knife
  • Die – Circle,
  • Scalloped 4″
  • Die – Circle, 3-3/4″
  • Post-it Notes
  • Prismacolor Premier – Cloud Blue
  • Prismacolor Premier – Caribbean Sea
  • Prismacolor Premier – Metallic Gold
  • Prismacolor Premier – Seashell Pink
  • Prismacolor Premier – Chocolate
  • Prismacolor Premier – Apple Green
  • Prismacolor Premier – Olive Green
  • Brilliance – Moonlit White
  • Tissue Paper
  • Brad
  • Craft Pick


The first thing that we will do is prepare our paper. We need an A2 base in blue cardstock. So, to make the base cut an 8-1/2″ x 11″ piece of cardstock in the middle at the 5-1/2″ mark on the long side. Then take one of those pieces and place on a paper scoring board and score in the middle on the long edge at 4-1/4″. Now, you have a base (plus paper for another or 2, card panels).

Next, let’s cut out 2, 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ pieces of white cardstock

One one of those panels find the center of the card at the top and mark. Come down 2″ from that mark and place your ruler horizontally and level and draw a faint line. Keeping your ruler in place, come out from the card on both ends 7/16″ and mark. Now run the craft knife from one point to the other, cutting all the way through the paper.

Now, push the circle die up through the slit from the back side and you want to push it less than half way through. Run through you embossing machine just on the area that you need to cut.

Ink up the stump with brown ink, removing a part of the ink in the center of the stuff to leave room for the jar. Stamp the canning jar in blue ink. Create a mask for each of those stamps on a piece of Post-it note and place over the stamping.

Stamp the tree grouping in cottage ivy ink, clean and stamp again to the left of the first stamping in bamboo leaves.

Ink the large tree stamp in bamboo leaves ink and the trunk in rich cocoa and the edges of the tree limbs in pear tart ink. Stamp on the left of the card.

Stamp the garland at the top corners of the card in bamboo leaves and the edges with cottage ivy ink. Stamp the moose in brown ink.

Remove the masks and ink the firefly in gold ink and stamp twice in the jar. Create a mask for both of them on the Post-it Note and apply. Using the light and dark blue colored pencils color in the jar. Color the jar lid with gold pencil. Color in the tree trunk with the seashell pink pencil. With the two green pencils color in the foreground horizon mark.

With a blending brush, color the sky in blue and use another brush to color the ground in green. Using the light green pencil draw more limbs on the tree. Stamp the poppies in reds and pinks and draw in the stems with a green pencil. Stamp grass in green. Stamp birds on the sky portion in brown.

Stamp the sentiment at the top between the garland in gold ink and again in yellow ink.

On the wheel find the middle point. Lay the circle down with the embossed side down and place a clear ruler on top at any inch indicator. Rotate the ruler until you get to an even segment on the ruler using any measurement (1/8″, 1/16″, etc). Find the mid point and draw a dot then draw a line along the ruler. We need to get a right angle between the line you drew and the dot. At the dot you’re going to draw another line at a right angle. To do this, we’ll use the ruler as a T-square. Place the inch line on the ruler along the line that you drew close to the dot. When the inch line is straight draw a line all the way across the circle. Choose another side of the circle and do the same thing. Where the two right angle lines intersect is the center of the circle. Poke a hole at that point. Insert a brad and rotate to make the circle big enough.

Flip over the circle and draw a faint line through the center of the punched hole. on one side of the line stamp a moon. Ink up the lower portion of the Jumbo Layering Circle, ink the other side with gold and using a piece of crumpled tissue paper, dab the gold with white pigment ink. Stamp onto the paper. Stamp the Jumbo Galaxy in gold and blue and stamp the Tiny Stars in blue and gold. Brush on light blue ink.

On the other side of the line stamp the Jumbo Layering circle in gold and then again in yellow. Stamp the solid clouds in dark blue and the open clouds in light blue. Stamp the birds in gray. Brush with yellow ink. 

Erase pencil lines. Center and glue to scallop circle die. Punch through hole so that both circles have a hole through them. Place behind scenic panel and arrange circle through the window and center it side to side. Punch hole through circles and into front panel. Attach the brad.

Flip front panel over and run glue along the top and bottom and right side, skipping the area near the die cut (glue might prevent it from turning). Glue to the other piece of white cardstock. 

Attach to the blue card base.

For the envelope, stamp the garland (ink up only one section) along the envelope flap in green ink and stamp the firefly in gold ink.

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