Thursday, December 9, 2010

Sweet Holiday Cheer

I have been making my Christmas cards in sets of two. It doesn't take much longer to make two that are similar than it does to make one. How about any of you?

One of my latest creations comes from a cute Disney Christmas ornament I have. It is a Mickey Mouse shaped sucker. Thanks to my awesome Gypsy I was able to recreate it in card form.

So, they turned out fairly similar but not exactly the same. I also used Action Wobbles on both of them but I did them both differently. The first card has an Action Wobble only on the biggest middle part of the sucker (a double layer). The second card has the Action Wobble on the back of the whole sucker. I made a quick video demonstration.

Let me know which one you like the best. I can't decide for sure. Thanks for looking.

Also, one more reminder about the Jolly Holly 2 day blog hop. Please come and join in the fun, starting Friday, December 10th at 7:30 PM EST. I hope to 'see' you there :). If you click on this badge below it will take you to the beginning of the blog hop on Friday.

Items Used:

Paisely Cricut Cartridge
George and Basic Shapes
Stampendous for the sentiment
Red/White twine from the Twinery
Red Mickey Mouse Christmas ribbon (from the Disney Store a couple of years ago)
Hot Off the Press patterned paper


  1. I like it better on the whole sucker! Great job

  2. So cute! I like it on the whole sucker too.

  3. Great job Glora. I like them both but I think the whole sucker moves better. So clever! Love it.


  4. So darn cute! Love this card! And I like the action wobble on the whole sucker. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I love everything about these!!! XOXO Momo

  6. it, and like the whole sucker action best....great job!!

  7. Glora,

    You are so good with your Gypsy!!! :) Did you watch any tutorials or are you self-taught? I keep debating whether I need one or not (?).

    I think it's a consensus! I like the action wobble on the whole lollipop better (even though both are fun!).

    Thanks for sharing,

    partridgelu at yahoo dot com