Voila, a new technique!!
My son, who is 8, was playing around with our little "lazy susan", you know, the circle thing you put in the middle of the diningroom table so everyone can reach by spinning it around. Well, he was taping paper to it, then spinning it, while drawing straight lines with a pencil crayon. Then, he would add eyes, nose, and a mouth to make a "creature". He wanted me to try too and once I gave it a go, I knew I'd have to use it on a card.
So I taped some white cardstock on and used different colors and made smaller clusters of colored "flowers" (as I prefer to think of them). I added some flower centeres using the small polkadot center from Papertrey Ink's Paper Tray set and the larger polkadot center from the Beautiful Blooms set, also Papertrey. I added some of this black polkadot designer paper and the rivet sentiment! The colorful strip didn't quite look finished so I added the black lines with a black marker!
I like it!! I think I'll call it the SPINNING COLORS Technique. My son would really appreciate a comment or two about his creation -- he is really quite proud of himself for helping mom come up with a new technique!! Thanks!