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**Points for the October 2012 post/scrap challenge! If you make a page or card using this technique and post it in this thread, you will get 5 points for the October 2012 post/scrap challenge. You have until 11:59 PM Mountain time 10/31/2012 to try this technique and get the points!**
Approximate time from start to finish: I'm going to say about 15 minutes, it took me a bit longer due to it taking a while to figure out what I was going to attach. I ended up matting stickers on cardstock, cutting around them then adhering them to the card.
Difficulty: I'm going to say a 1-2.
Suggestions: I practiced with thicker and thinner cuts around my circle, thinner seemed to make it to spiral-ly. If you do thinner cuts, perhaps cut spiral in half so it's shorter. Another thought would be to cut the spiral out of acetate so that it appears as though the images are floating. (Thanks, Kelsey for that great suggestion)
Here is the card I did using this technique. I must not have taken a pic of the final version with the happy birthday stamped, but you can still see the popup.:
Now it is your turn! I challenge you to give this technique a try!!