Thursday 23 June 2011


A very wonderful challenge this week over on Daring Cardmakers and it is to make:

Rocking All Over The World - A Wobble Card

I really do like making wobble cards and this particular one is no exception! It's made with a sheet from CraftsUPrint and I've simply layered up all the decoupage elements. I've added glossy accents and glitter glue to the bubbles and dotted liquid pearls around the edge of the card.

The ribbons are from my stash and were a perfect length to tie a big bow at the top!

And if you've not already popped over to the Fetch A Sketch pre launch party - please do so but be quick as it ends on Sunday 26 June! Some candy on offer to two lucky commenter's plus some extra prizes along the way! The Fetch A Sketch challenges launch on Monday 27 June at 9am!

I'd like to enter the card into the following challenges too:

Scrapbook Sisters: Anything Goes
Spoonful of Sugar: Ribbon and Bows
Paper and Such: Photo Inspiration
There's Magic In The Air: Photo Inspiration

  • All printed elements: CraftsUPrint
  • Everything else: My stash


  1. Wow Ruth! What a totally cute card. Love everything about it.
    Fliss xx

  2. awwwwww - this is soooo cute! Fab card Ruth and absolutely perfect for The Daring Cardmakers to Rocking the World challenge this week

  3. That's really cute!
    Thanks for playing along with the Daring Cardmakers! xx Leo

  4. Thanks for playing with us at Paper Cupcakes this your card, such a sweet image and I have never seen a wobble card. Tfs

    Patti DT/PCC

  5. Cute card! Thanks for joining us this week at Paper and Such!

  6. Such a great idea! Thanks joining us at Daring Cardmakers this week!

  7. Aww this is just too cute! I love all those bubbles!
    Dawn xx

  8. Gorgeous sweet card.

  9. Very sweet, love the shape of the card, and all the layers. Wonderfully done. Thanks for joining us at There's Magic in the Air.

  10. Oh wow, this is just adorable! Just too stinking sweet, and such great coloring! Thanks for joining us at Paper and Such.


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