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Jump for Joy Wiggly Wobble Card!

 Hi crafty friends! Have you ever made an action wobble card? It's been around for a while and it's a simple concept-- stick an image on a wobbly spring and watch it wiggle jiggle! This cute hedgehog from the oldie-but-goodie Lawn Fawn set Jump for Joy was perfect for my wobbly card today!

You can buy action wobble springs or you can make your own! Here is a short video tutorial I made so you can make your very own action wobble. 

I love the idea of jumping into a pile of fall leaves, but where I live, most of our trees do not change colors and I don't get to make big piles of leaves. So I will just make a fall birthday card about it! There are several stamp sets out there with lovely leaf pile stamps (like Mama Elephant's Jump for Joy) but I decided to use masking to create my own big pile of leaves. I colored all the images with Copic markers, and then I fussy cut the leaves and die cut the hedgehog.

For the background, I first ink blended the sky with Distress oxides, then used a cloudy stencil to add in the clouds with a slightly darker shade. Then I used a paintbrush and splattered my background with Distress mica spray in antiqued bronze. For the grass, I ink blended and splattered with some distress inks.

The good news is that you don't have to make your own action wobble spring because BRI has mini springs and regular sized ones! But if you want to try making one, don't forget to check out my video tutorial!

Supplies used:

Lawn Fawn Jump for Joy (and dies)

Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Frames

Sunny Studio Picket Fence die (for the grass)

Lawn Fawn walnut ink

Distress Oxides: tattered rose, saltwater taffy, dried marigold, spiced marmalade, abandoned coral, festive berries

Lawn Fawn Cloudy Stencil

Distress Mica Spray Antiqued Bronze

Distress inks: crushed olive, mowed lawn, fossilized amber


Thanks for stopping by! Check out the Butterfly Reflections Ink website for all of the recent new releases from your favorite brands! Happy crafting! 💖Jenn

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