They're self-adhesive collapsible springs that add motion and dimension to flat objects for a unique effect. Our own DT member Tex first introduced them to me, and I'm so excited that Inky is now carrying them!
I asked our designers if they wanted to get some Action...in Wobbles form, of course! To see what they made, please visit each DT member's blog and leave comments along the way. The more you comment, the better your chances are to win. (Limit one comment per blog, please.)
The blog hop starts today and ends on Monday, May 28th at midnight Central time. THREE people’s names will be drawn at random to receive a pack of Action Wobbles and a surprise Inky clear stamp set! The winners’ names will be announced next Tuesday, so remember to stop back and see if you’ve won.
Ready to begin? Here's the order:
After you're done, please return here to see my projects and leave a final comment. Enjoy hopping, Inky friends!
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For this hop, I used 11095SC Flower Chick Clear Set (drawn by artist Tammy DeYoung, and available at the bottom of this page):
I made a video showing how to create an Action Wobbles pin:
Here's a close-up photo of the pin you saw in the video, showing the chick's layered flower "cap" (popped up with foam tape) and a bit of Glaze Clear Gloss Pen applied to his beak:
I was wearing this pin when I asked my convention friend Angie to take a photo together at the Akron show:
The images on 10989MC Buggie Friends Clear Set (drawn by Tammy, as well) are just the right size for wobbling:
Did you spot the ladybug pin? You can see more details here:
Becky O'Donnell, who taught several classes in Akron, sported the butterfly version:
To see the entire set of wobbling pins, take a peek at this:
Thanks for hopping with us today, and I hope to see you back on the blog again soon!