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Saturday, October 5, 2013

First Scrapbook Blessing Club Blog Hop and I'm Part of the Design Team!!!!!

Welcome to our first Scrapbook Blessings Blog Hop. Today, we are celebrating an exciting new journey at the Scrapbook Blessing Club! So let the party begin!!!

We are so super thrilled to introduce our new SBC Design Team. At SBC, "we are making crafts and saving memories one technique at a time." We have daily themed posts to bring you lots of fun and creative tips, techniques, and tutorials to use for all your paper crafting projects.

Also, we have a sponsored video tutorial challenge every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, for us to learn fun ideas and for a chance to win great prizes. And we also have our own Facebook group, Scrapbook Blessing Club found HERE.  Our team  will be bringing you great tips, sites to look at and online deals each and every day.

So please take a few minutes and hop along with us, checking out all the talent these ladies are contributing to our Club. You should have hopped over from Theresa but if you are just joining us you can start at the beginning over at Scrapbook Blessings Club.

First off, I want to share the prize that I’m offering are Darice Paper Crafter 10 blank cards and envelopes for you to decorate in soft pastels measuring 4 x 6 inches

To be eligible to win this prize:
  • Follow Scrapbook Blessings Club
  • Follow my blog Her Craftiness
  • Leave a comment on this post

For my project, I just love to have cards that move and this card is no exception. I had made a card for my dear friend Rosie’s nephew’s 3rd birthday with whom else but Elmo who not only is Elmo a “wobble” but sew is the number 3!!! Now, how kewl is that for a 3 year old!!!

  • Card was cut 6 x 12 inches  using DCWV The Number Stack for my background which was folded in half with corners on the right side were rounded with a corner punch
  • Elmo was cut using Cricut Elmo's Birthday Cartridge
  • Number 3 was cut using Cricut Mickey Font Cartridge
  • Now onto the fun things – the wobble . . . .
  • You will need – 1 piece of wire 6-inches long curled around a pencil or as shown a Zig pen  

  • 2 – 2 inch circles which were cut using Make the Cut on white Recollction cardstock  

  • Hot glue gun but no fingers glued please
  • Glue wire to one circle which is then glued to Elmo’s back when cool and set, glue the other side of the wire to the other circle  which are then glued to the card . . . . check it out as Elmo wobbles and moves back ‘n forth  

  • Repeat for the number “3” ….

Viola, you have Elmo dancing on a 3-year old birthday card

Up next is Team Designer is the lovely and talented Carolyn.

**** Next SBC video tutorial challenge is tomorrow****

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God Bless you and thank you ever sew much for stopping by today! I love reading comments and would love to read yours . . . .
Much love, hugs, and friendship



  1. How clever to make your own Action Wobbles! Love your darling card! ~ Marilyn

  2. Oh, this is awesome! I always wanted to buy these but now, I have the "know-how". Thanks to you :-)

  3. Lynne - I love the card. My great-grandson just turn 3 and this would be a cute card for him, only using Thomas the Train! And your wobble creation, perfect. Where did you get your wire for it or is it jewelry wiring, b/c this would be great to use instead of locating a source to buy from. Thank you for the inspirational ideas here. Carolyn

    1. I'm not sure of the gauge wire I used . . . it was something I already had in the house. I know jewelry wire is too thin and it was a heavier gauge. Glad you liked my project and can't wait to see your creation!!!
      Hugs, Love, and Friendship

  4. Oh, cool! You made your won action wobbler! Thanks for the tut!! Cute card, too!

  5. Super cute Elmo birthday card! Love that you make your own wobble:) Thank You for sharing. disneynut 4 life 22 at yahoo dot com

  6. love thanks for the tuturial now do the shake lol

  7. I love the action wobble you made , such a great idea !! And your card is just so cute !


  8. I love this card! What a cute idea to make it wobble and great pics too! Very helpful when trying to learn how you did it, thanks!

  9. I really liked the wobble! You make it sound very easy to do.

  10. How cute is a wobble card! My grandchildren would love this!

  11. First love your elmo card.... He is adorable...
    Second congrats on your DT position... woohoo..
    Third... hope you are home and doing better...
    Laura D.

  12. What a great card! I had never seen this done before. I'll need to give it a shot. Thanks. Great blog!

  13. I love the tip to make the action wobble! Love the card, Elmo is so cute.

    tderosa142 at gmail dot com

  14. I too make my own action wobbles but they never seem to stick well. Will give the hot glue gun a try!

    Thank you for sharing!
    L.E. Paper Studio
    ♥ ScrapBook Blessings Club DT ♥

  15. how cute is this Elmo is awesome. love the colors love the wobbles for both kids love the movement. thanks for sharing

  16. Lynne-thanks so much for sharing this wonderful technique with us! Love it! So happy to be serving on this team with you.

  17. That card is ADORABLE!

  18. What a cute card. I am sure the kiddo would love to have this.

  19. This card is a dream come true for a kid! Love it!!

  20. very very cute,,,, Thank you very much for the homemade wobbler tip :)

  21. Wow! great idea my friend. thanks for sharing this tip. I Love the Elmo card. I am sure the little boy will too. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

  22. Love your card! and love elmo!! thank you for the little tutorial! =D

  23. Such a cute card! This wobble tutorial is the one I follow when your put it before. It works great!!!! Thanks for the inspiration. Thanks for sharing and have a blessed day,
    ♥ Scrapbook Blessings Club DT ♥
    ♥ A Working Mom's Joy ♥

  24. Congrats my friend on this new DT. What a clever cheaper version of the wobbles!!! Love it. Such a cute card. Will have to make one of those for my niece!


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