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Old 12-21-2019, 01:19 PM   #1
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Default Do any of you have these action wobbles

things? There is a tutorial on the home page and those little chicks are ADORABLE!
I feel like I can begin to think about ordering things and I might make a few of these cards if I get my stuff out after Christmas.

The tutorial looks easy enough but I find things are often harder than they appear.
Please let me know if you have used action wobbles.


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I've tried the store bought and have made my own before. It all comes down to the right wire gauge, 22-24 works well and a dowel that's pencil size to get a good wobble. I had a lot of fun with them.


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They're pretty easy to use. They look really cute too.
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Old 12-22-2019, 03:39 PM   #4
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I made and mailed three cards with the wobblers. They were easy and fit into the envelope well. They did go to SCS people, so maybe they can share how they arrived. I know they wobbled well after placing them on my cards. I used the same ones that Franci used in her video, ordering from Amazon.
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They work great but I'd recommend the mini wobbles. The regular sized ones are hard to hide. You need larger images to hide those.
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Are they easy to attach
I bought some, now to find where I put them
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Are they easy to attach
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Yes, quite easy. Two adhesives, one on each side. I simply pulled one off and attached it to my card, then the image. Then I tried it the other way, by attaching to the image first then the card. Both were easy and worked well.
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