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A Wiggle & A Wobble

...or should I say:
"an EAD and a Wobble?"
I'm happy to announce a fantastic hop of tremendous proportions:
Have you or do wobble?  
Well, it's pretty cool, let me tell ya.
What? what is a Wobble?
Wobbles are one-of-a-kind self-adhesive, action springs
that bring your card (or other project) to life with action!

 Okay, before I get to my card, let's settle a little blog hoppin' should be arriving here from Heather's Blog!
I have a list of the remaining hop at the bottom of my post :)

Now, my card...EAD Stickerz + 1 Action Wobble:

I tried every which way to get my wobble in action, but it just wasn't 
happening, folks.  Bad lighting, humidity, rain and the photographer
are the likely culprits.  But TRUST me, that TURKEY wiggles!!
The best part...when you get ready to slide your card into an
envelope to mail, the spring collapses and adds little to no extra bulk.

I used the fun and bright Thanksgiving Stickerz from EAD.  
For the turkey, I just applied him to cardstock and then trimmed out before
applying to an Action Wobble.  I did trim just a bit of the wobble too, which was 
easy to do and didn't alter it's function at all.

Okay, that's all from me today!  I truly hope that you enjoy perusing
this surely-to-be-fabulous HOP!  Time now to head over
to Midge's Blog and see what she's gotta wigglin' today :)

Theresa ~
Crazy About Cricut ~
Julie Ranae
Tricia ~
Kate ~
Monica ~
Midge ~
Amy T
Madge ~
Sherri ~
Action Wobble Blog


  1. This looks awesome. Love what you did with the twine too. So Glad you can co wobble with us today.

  2. Love how the turkey wiggles. lol

  3. Yummy!!! love how cute this is:) way fun!
    great to be in this fun hop with you.
    P.S. new follower:) yay

  4. SWEET! I love this bright funny "wobblin'" turkey card!
    Midge :)

  5. Rocking card... cute card 4 d season. Love the turkey with bright colors.

  6. Great card. Love the twine accent and of course the wobbly turkey.

  7. This is super!!! Love the stickerz and the card LO!!

  8. Oh my goodness! I love the layout and the colors and the embossing and the twine... I love it all! :) Janis

  9. I truly love your card and how adorable it is
    Thank you so much for Co-HOppin' with us over at Action Wobbles
    The Scrapbooking Queen

  10. Oh my, your post and description on what went wrong on your wobble pic made my ENTIRE Day! I love the sticker you chose and the project you used to hightlight it! Wiggling in action or not!! Your blog - in general- really made me smile and WANT to support what ever company you asked me too! Thank you for taking the time to share today with us on this wonderful co-hop>

  11. Terrific T'giving card, Shellye, with great creative elements! I especially like your twine usage :)

  12. Such a fun card Shellye and what a great way to use the twine :)

  13. Very fun wobbling turkey card!

  14. that's an amazing card! I love it. thanks for the inspiration!

  15. Cute card. I love the wobbly little turkey!

    mary3mom at yahoo dot com

  16. I love your card shellye! it is really hard to get an action photo, so no worries! :)

  17. Adorable TG card!!! Love the wobbling turkey!!

  18. Great card. So cool that you made the turkey alive, LOL.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

  19. ahhhhh super cute!!! LOVE how pretty your card is!!!

  20. how fun a wobble gobble turkey!!! :)

  21. What's the saying - gobble until you wobble? Perfect card to use an Action Wobble on!


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