Friday, February 7, 2020

Wooble Wooble Wooble! Cricut Valentine Owl Action Wobble Head Card Oh My


Here comes this adorable Wobbley Cricut Owl Card!!!
Wobble Wobble Wobble!
Hello, again my crafty friends!
It's time to share some love files with you. Valentine's
Day is next Friday. I'll be sharing lots of fun projects for
you to make. Hope you enjoy them and happy crafting.





Liz Hodge one of our Admins mentioned that she wanted to make an Action
Wooble head card. I searched and found a few suggestions and then went
into Cricut Design Space to search for an image to use. I found this cute
Owl and I decided I would see if I could make the head wobble. I used my
Cricut Maker http://shrsl.com/23ty1 to cut everything out.
I didn't have any  action wobbles so I made one. 
I took 24 gauge wire and rolled it around my True Knife Tool
 http://shrsl.com/23txn one and a half times and cut it.
 I cut 2 two-inch circles and used masking tape to hold the wire end 
down on one circle, then turned it over and taped the other wire end. 
So simple!  I glued the circle to the back of the Owl head and then glued 
the head to the body. Wala....the head bobbles! :) 

That was the easiest card to make and it looks like it took a long time. LOL 
 I love how it turned out and will be making more.
I know how to make my own wobbles!

If you would like this FREE file, please ask to join our group. I will be 
sharing the file this Friday in the group.



This is the envelope I created for the Wobble Owl. I thought it would be
 cute to do a Print then Cut in Cricut Design Space so you can glue it to the top
 and add a touch of glue when you close it. Also, I cut out two hearts and made
a red backing for the flap. I'm sure it will bring lots of smiles to whoever
 receives it. 

Up next is this very easy and quick Valentine Ribbon. I cut white
Everyday Iron-on http://shrsl.com/23m7o in a strip of hearts from a
project in Design Space. I used my Mini EasyPress https://amzn.to/2Uvz3rR
and mat http://shrsl.com/23txj and set the temp  on 2 lines and pressed for 25
sec then turned the ribbon over and pressed another 15 seconds.
That's it! The possibilities are endless!! So fun!


Here's another one I pressed on a wider ribbon. You'll never need
 to go out and buy special ribbon again. You can customize it to
whatever design you like. I love it! If you would like this FREE
file, please join our group.



Up next is this pretty little Valentine treat box. It cuts in one piece
and it's very easy to assemble. I pop dotted the middle heart to 
give it dimension.  Great for quick Valentine gifts! You will find
 the FREE Access file in Design space. 


Who doesn't love Valentine's envelope earrings!!

The first set was made with 110lb white paper to test it with Foil
Iron-on. It came out perfect! So, for the next set, I used Cricut Mini
EasyPress and Everyday Iron-on in white. pink and red Foil.  I picked
up the earring parts at Michaels and my niece gave me the black
earring holders.  If you would like this FREE file, please join our group in
the link above. This was a fun project and easy to make. I love them!!


Up last but not least is this adorable  Grasshopper Magnet.
 Great for package toppers, Fridge or office. Super fun and easy
to make. If you would like this FREE  file, please join our group in the
link at the top. 
That's it, my crafty friends, for another day in my craft room. I hope
that I inspired you and you will join our group where we have fun
and share.
Have a great weekend and happy crafting!
Hugs,
Misty

1 comment:

Karolina said...

Hello,

I randomly found your page from a review you left on the georgia pacific cardstock 110lb from walmart. I used to use that too, but it looks like they're no longer making it, and i'm wondering what paper you use now?

Thanks!