Tuesday, December 4, 2012

"Let it Wobble Tuesday
Episode #8

Hi Everyone!
Welcome to Episode #8 
of my new segment on 
the Action Wobble's Blog called
"Let it Wobble Tuesday"

Every other Tuesday, I will be bringing you
a video showing you how simple it is
to use Action Wobbles. I'll be doing 
a new project each time to show you 
how you can use them on pretty much
ANYTHING!

Here is Episode #8

(Click on the bottom right corner to enlarge the video)



Here's the picture of the finished product :)

I hope you enjoyed today's 
 "Let it Wobble Tuesday" 
and will come back in two weeks for 
Episode #9


WAIT!

How would you like to win a six pack of 

these awesome Action Wobbles???


Here's all you have to do...

1...Become a follower of my blog
       2...Leave me a comment on this post 
of what you would wobble 
first if you are the winner.
  3...Go to the Action Wobble Blog!
and become a follower.

If you just can't wait and need to 
get your hands on these fun 
Action Wobbles right now, 
head over to the 
Queen's Royal Shoppe 
and pick some up...Here's the LINK!

I'll announce the lucky winner on the next episode!

Have a Wobbling Great Day!

16 comments:

  1. This card is so darn cute! I'm going to have to see what I can come up with now! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  2. Love this Holiday Card.... Cute wobble.. The snowflake effect is so pretty....They are going to love these cards. Good Job!!
    Mom

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  3. Hi Julie -
    Your wobble videos are grand! Thanks for the inspiration - I have not tried the two layers of matting on a card - something I am making note of to try - I love to wobble, wobble - I am a member of your blog and of the action wobble blog too! I love the colors you selected for your card - and the embossing folder Snowflakes is beautiful - yes, I would like the dimensions of your card - Merry Christmas and Happy New Year too! Gail utb01@att.net http://ilikepaper01.blogspot.com/

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  4. very nice card. love all the texture and dimension. tfs. i already use action wobbles - my grandkids love getting cards with action wobble cutouts on them. i'm already a follower of both blogs.
    littlen44 at gmail dot com

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  5. I love your card. All those layers are great.

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  6. Love your card, is simple ,but it looks beautiful, very talented, i always have to look at other crafters to get ideas, keep them coming, and thank you for sharing.
    Elsie

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  7. Congrats to Marilyn...I love the Christmas card! ninadee@sbcglobal.net

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  8. I so love your card!! That ornament on a wobble is great!! Love the colors and the great snowflake embossing. :)
    http://meemeescreations.blogspot.com

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  9. Congrats to Marilyn and yes, your card is cute. I like the wobbling ornament and the embossed layers. I am a follower of both blogs and I would wobble a bee first.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  10. Another great card!! Just found out that I was the winner of Episode #7 I just emailed you my mailing address. Thanks again

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  11. What a special card.. The clients will feel so special. Great job...xxoo Bonnie

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  12. plimbach@neo.rr.comDecember 4, 2012 at 3:35 PM

    Beautiful card. I LOVE IT. Most of the Wobble ideas have been cutsy (which I like) where this one is elegant, classy. I will use variation of this card for close friends.

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  13. This card is very cute!! I love all the dimension!!

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  14. ITS CUTE!!!!!!

    cathie
    scraphappycat@gmail.com

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  15. Congrats Marilyn!!!I LOVE Action Wobbles!!!Your card is so Adorable!!Love the snowflake embossing background,I have used that folder so and I LOVE it!Congrats to you on your Jadded Blossom DT spot.
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Mrodriguez860@hotmail.com

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  16. I am a follower of both blogs. I think I would try to do a soccer ball on a card for my grandson. These look like such a fun additive to a card. tfs Tami
    tambo1010atcomcastdotnet

    Tambos Creations!

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