Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Quick Tip Tuesday: Wobble Springs

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Welcome to Quick Tip Tuesday!


Card created by Linda at The Paper Boutique
I was so excited last week when I came across a wonderful idea for adding motion to card creations: Wobble Springs. Linda, at The Paper Boutique, has put together a fantastic tutorial on how to create your own Wobble Springs. I can't wait to give this a go!

Happy Crafting!




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98 comments:

  1. Love this card, and will be using this idea as I know I will be going through tons of those wobbles.
    angel hugs
    Debby

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  2. What a great tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing and your penguin card is simply adorable!

    Melissa
    www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

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  3. what a great idea! I want to make a card that is a little bit different for a little girl whose birthday is just before Christmas. I am going to try this on her card. thanks for the inspiration :)

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  4. Cute penguin. I have some wobbles but haven't tried them yet. Will have to do that.

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  5. I love my Axction Wobles. This card is so cute.

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  6. Your card is so cute! would love to win your giveaway!

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  7. I sure could have used those on my snowmen cards! I can't wait to be able to purchase or win some. Thanks for providing giveaways.
    Neat video. Thank you for the tips.

    Monica
    http://happyscrappn2.blogspot.com/

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  8. I saw this on the message board and started working on my card last night. It' a great little trick!

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  9. Thanks so much for the chance to win. And I love the video.

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  10. What a neat idea and a great way to use up old items of projects long forgotten. TFS.
    drivers133@gmail.com
    dianesplacetowaste.blogspot.com

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  11. This is so great!! Now since I still haven't got my action wobbles, I can try my own! Thanks for the great tutorial!
    booger1 at tds.net

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  12. Cute penguin, I have gotten the wobbles but haven't used them yet.

    Simplecreations @ live.com

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  13. How clever! Thanks to Linda for sharing the video of adding motion to a card. The card is so cute!!
    Great prizes today! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  14. Thanks for the chance to win!! :) i love the spring idea!

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  15. I love the wobble... everyone needs a little wobble in their life! Thanks for sharing and offering a daily giveaway. Enjoy following your blog. Happy Holidays!! AJ
    aj_822@yahoo.com

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  16. Oh yes this is a great tip for me as I have run out of my freebie wobbles but still have a couple of cards I want to make for kids. Thanks for the idea.
    Kim xXx

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  17. Linda did a great job with this tutorial. TFS

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  18. I love this wobble card. This is a great idea. Thanks for showing us how to make one:)

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  19. Cute card. I love those wobbles. Great tutorial!

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  20. I love the idea of motion!! And to be able to make them free, too!!!
    Kim O

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  21. I love motion !! And to be able to make free wobbles!
    Great!
    Kim O.

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  22. Great video....thanks for the tip & for the chance to win.

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  23. The wobbles look so cool! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  24. Love that penguin and what a great tip. Thanks

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  25. What a cute card!!! The penguin is soooo adorable and I love the colors you used!!

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  26. I'm loving the wobbles! Cute card!!! :-)

    ~ JD ~
    jdscricuteering{at}gmail{dot}com

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  27. Great video. I have never seen the wobbles before but I will be making my own now. TFS
    bhoward at kci dot net

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  28. oh i must get wobble springs..how cool! thanx for the tutorial and idea :) also thanks for the chance at the cbug folders :) good luck everyone :)

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  29. Such an awesome and sweet card i want to try the wobbles so bad they look so fun .

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  30. Love this idea - thank you so much for sharing.

    mmlmn@polarcomm.com

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  31. great idea! love the wobbles!
    ashley
    ashumz zero five at yahoo dot com

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  32. I am always on the look out for different shaped cards or different ways of presenting them.
    This is a wonderful idea and thanks so much for the video.
    Also what a great giveaway. I have so few "extras".
    Myrna

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  33. Oh, how fun! I bet kids would love to get something that "wobbles" LOL
    Thanks for the chance to win this week

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  34. I saw this Wobble Spring on another site, and thought to myself "Hmmm, what a clever idea!"

    Wendy T.

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  35. Adorable penguin :) Thanks for the chance to win as well!

    Emily (coolcricutcreations at yahoo dot com)

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  36. Awwwww! What a cute card!!! Thanks for the giveaways!!!

    Charity
    charity.anne@live.com

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  37. Fantastic idea, thank you for sharing! I am always open for new tips & tricks!

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  38. What a great wobble idea this is great tutorial and I too will be making a few of these cards in the future . Love the prizes given away today. Thanks for sharing great ideas with all of us.

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  39. Cute gift card holder!! and great video!! Thank you for the chance to win those folders!!

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  40. such a cute penguin card.. love the papers!
    -Jamie
    babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

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  41. Great Video, i have wobbles but have not tried them yet,.. maybe tonight..

    Very cute card..

    Valerie

    mrsrankie@comcast.net

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  42. Great tip...love your ideas BARBARA EDEKER

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  43. WOW!! Love this!! Anything that wobbles is fun!!haha Cant wait to use it myself!

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  44. What a fantastic tutorial. I'm going to look right now for some wire in my house. I want to make a moveable card!

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  45. Wibbly wobbly...love it! Thanks for the vid :)

    Hugs,
    Sandra P

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  46. Love the WOBBLES. They add so much to the project!!

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  47. very cute idea and totally love the card.

    thanks for the opportunity to win. i keep thinking if i enter enough contests, i'm bound to win sometime.

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  48. So cute.

    Christi
    keenerfamily at gmail dot com

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  49. What a great idea. The penguin is so cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  50. So funny just found wobble springs last week. Love them

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  51. I have a few of the Wobbles and have bee using them sparingly but now I will be using this idea. Great tutorial!

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  52. Cute idea and I love that it's inexpensive to replicate. I would've liked to see the inside of her card though.
    Thanks for the great ideas!

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  53. Thanks so much for all the wonderful comments and for featuring my video!

    Linda

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  54. This is really cool! I can't wait to try it out!!

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  55. Love your penguin card!! New idea..wobble springs! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  56. Very cute...and fun too. Thanks for sharing!

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  57. Cute penguin! The wobbles are so fun!
    ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  58. Thanks for the chance to win and also the great tips!

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  59. Cutest card! Thanks for the idea!
    XO ~ Amy Jo
    amyjrockstar@gmail dot com

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  60. I've got a few these wobbles and love this idea for using them. I can't wait to finish these 2 college courses I am taking so I have time to get back to my craft room!
    cau0617 at yahoo dot com

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  61. What a darling card, can't wait to try out the nes wobbles!

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  62. Looks like something even I could do. Thanks for the video!

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  63. Thanks for the tip! I really like this idea & plan on using it. The tutorial was great!
    Love it ~ Tashina

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  64. Love this little penguin card! So cute.. and a great use of the wobble..... laurafinson@yahoo.com

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  65. Very cute wobble penquin! Just too cute! Thanks for the video and the giveaway!!

    Missy
    melhorn-m at yahoo dot com

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  66. I have already started my card and this is just too cute! Thanks for the tutorial and the give aways!

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  67. What an absolutely beautiful card! I'm so sad I missed the wobble deadline (BY ONE HOUR)!! I love those things, and think they're brilliant!!! Such an adorable card, TFS! :)

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  68. tfs love the pequin he is just too cute.

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  69. This is so awesome. I can't wait to try it! TFS!!!!!

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  70. This looks so simple - never thought to try that myself. I'm going to give this a try! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  71. Penguin is adorable!!!! and thank you for the tutorial on how to make your own wobbler great idea!!!!

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  72. Super cute card! The wobble idea is brilliant! TFS!

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  73. Love the wobble sand the penquin Will have to try these!

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  74. Oh what a great idea. Can't wait to try these wobble dealies.

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  75. Would love to win!! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  76. Wow, i just came across this blog and i love it. What a great opportunity to win your prizes, thank you.

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  77. thanks for sharing the video with us! Super cute way to add movement!

    -- dalis
    alidalis AT comcast DOT net

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  78. I love those Wobbles! AND I love penguins! Super cute card & thanks for sharing the video with us all.
    Also, thanks for a chance at todays prize!

    wendy.roos2boys@gmail.com

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  79. Love the penguin card and wobble springs idea! Love a chance to win embossing folders.
    Kim
    kjl571@yahoo dot com

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  80. What a great idea! I haven't seen those wobble springs in my area yet so thank you for showing me how to make them myself!!

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  81. Those wobbles are so cool! I need them!
    qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

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  82. I love the cute penguin card! Thank you very much for the video!

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  83. Cute card and I love the Wobbles.
    cruella63703@yahoo.com

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  84. fantastic tip.
    Love the card too!!

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  85. Great idea and super cute card!
    Tara

    thecreativeprincess at hotmail.com

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  86. What a great tutorial, thank so much.Love your little wobblely penguin.TFS

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  87. I love the wobbles, I have not used mine yet! Waiting for the right project!!

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