Gumball Machine Tutorial

In August I produced a Gumball Machine using the Still Scenes bundle, here I have produced a Halloween version of this card.

Halloween Gumball Machine

Halloween Gumball Machine

I have created a tutorial for the creation of this card which can be viewed on my YouTube channel. I hope you enjoy.

This card has been produced using the Monster Bash DSP (product code 150447). Take a look at the following video to see these lovely papers.

I love this year’s Halloween DSP, and look forward to producing more products in the next few weeks using it and the other wonderful Halloween products in the Autumn / Winter catalogue.

The sheet with the flying bat’s were used as the background layer and I have fussy cut one of the monster frames for the back to the dome. I have also created another card using the spooky newspaper print and one of the spooky castles. Here are both these cards.

Halloween Gumball Machines

I have also created a Christmas version using the Let It Snow DSP.

Here are three of my gumball machine creations (I think I may be addicted !).

Multiple Gumball Machines

My gumball machine card features a working sweet release mechanism, which releases a mini smartie (or equivalent sized small sweet) from the dome (the snow globe dome) to a sweet dispenser cup at the bottom of the card. Here is the clip from my earlier card showing this action.

Gumball Machine Operation

Stampin’ Up! Supplies

Stampin’ Up! products used in this project can be purchased by clicking ‘Online Shop’ in the menu or the sidebar banner to be taken to my online shop, where all current Stampin’ Up! products are available to purchase 24/7. If a project product list is available below, clicking on the product you are interested in will take you to that product in my online shop where it can be added to your shopping basket.

Thank-you for looking,


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2 Responses

  1. Jaime Albano says:

    So clever! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Kathy Krenn says:

    Thank you for taking the time to make this tutorial, I truly appreciate all of your hard work! I can’t wait to give this a try. Have a lovely day!

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