Saturday, October 22, 2011

Action Wobbles blog Hop Day #1




Whoo hoo, if you haven't seen these before you don't know what you're missing.  These little gizmos make all your projects come to life!!  I especially like using them for children because they can't stop playing with them.

Hi and welcome to the action wobbles two day blog hop hosted by the ever cheerful Haidee.  I will have two different projects, one for each day of the hop and blog candy to the one lucky winner who comments on each project.  If you have wobbled over from Martha'ssite then you are going in the right direction.

My project for today is an altered frame.  I picked three frames up from Michael's for $2.  I have never altered a frame before so I was excited to try this.

I painted the top and bottom of this frame and then separated the colors with ribbon and bling!  The "Drama Queen" cut is from Rock Princess and is mounted on an Action Wobble!  I added some Black Diamonds Stickles to it for a little extra shine!  Put a couple little bows from Offray on the corners and voila my frame was complete!

Now on to the blog candy!   Leave a comment and a way for me to contact you if you win!!  Good luck, thanks for stopping by and always, Happy Scrappin!


School stickers, coordinating papers and brads and of course a couple Action Wobbles to get you addicted!!
Your next stop on this wobbly blog hop is Alina

26 comments:

Haidee said...

That is a fantastic IDEA TFS... thank you for being in hop too :)

ella said...

i'm enjoying the hop. Great idea

Jen L said...

i love these super cute

Bestrass said...

I found a very nice website called http://www.bestrass.com which provide plenty of scrap-booking.

Creative Diva said...

How adorable.Love it.
New follower
Hugs,
Patty
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Lillian Child said...

What a sweet altered frame! Just delightful!

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Cathie w said...

I love your project!!!TFS!!!

Cathie
scraphappycat@gmail.com

Ashley Nicole said...

Love the frame and the pearls. You did a fabulous job for your first altered frame. You may want to check, I think the person before you has the wrong link for you.
Ashley
glamoroussideofscrapping at gmail dot com
theglamoroussideofscrapping.blogspot.com

Decorables said...

Beautiful work.I love your colour choice:)

Patti Ross said...

So cute! Great job!!

Patti Ross
www.pattilynncreations.blogspot.com
rossfam@wildblue.net

Patti Ross said...

So cute! Great job!!

Patti Ross
www.pattilynncreations.blogspot.com
rossfam@wildblue.net

Ryansmaama said...

Love your frame. Thanks for sharing.--Ryansmaama
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Brittney said...

I LOVE your frame!

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Tracie said...

Love these action wobble projects! Tfs!

Cathy said...

I never thought of using an action wobble on an altered frame. great idea!!
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ScrappinT said...

What a wonderful idea!

*Star said...

Super cute! I love how you did the two color on the frame and ll the bling you added. Beautiful!! Tfs and have a great day. :)

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Janet said...

Adorable frame love the picture.
Hugs janet

Jenny R said...

Cute frame...your Drama Queen in the picture is adorable! TFS

kimberly said...

thanks for the opportunity and I love your frame!!

girlia said...

Great job. Love the frame.

Scrappin' Sista said...

Your frame is very nice. And what a great deal. Love the bling. TFS and the chance to win.

Christel
http://onescrappinsista.blogspot.com

Jess B. said...

very cute. TFS

McVic said...

great idea! love this hop!!! TFS!
kacee
youhadmeatscrap.blogspot.com

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

That is a cute idea for a frame. I like how you incorporated the wobble.
KristaInMN at gmail dot com
I am part of a Tim Burton Halloween hop this weekend. Will you join me? We have candy too.
http://www.KristasPaperCafe.com

Melissa said...

Your project is cute, love your blog...so cute!

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