Penguins Wobble but they Don’t Fall Down

Remember the Weebles commercial? I think the not falling down applies to any critter one can make wobble.

Birthday Wobble Penguin

Hang on because here comes another.

Penguins wobbling in the Snow

The technique this week on Split Coast Stampers is to use a wobbler on your card. I have had wobblers sitting in my work area for about a month and just needed a bit of time to create with them. These penguins came from The Stamps of Life. Both sets arrived in my house during November. I stamped and colored all of them, but never managed to make a card. I need 3 cards to send immediately, so penguins to the rescue!

The second card has glittery snow, as the MISTI challenge for December is to add snow to your card. It took me a while to think of something, but finally remembered about creating snow by making a simple cut in paper. After adding the snow, I remembered that I have glitter. I used the quicky glue pen to add the glitter to. I love these penguins. I hope to have time to create a few more cards with these fun critters.

11 thoughts on “Penguins Wobble but they Don’t Fall Down

  1. What adorable cards. I saw that post on SplitCoast stampers and was thinking about wobblers. Now I’ve seen yours I am definitely going to get some so I can have a go too. Such fun and great cards for kids as well as adults.

  2. Cute cards. I love the cuddly little penguins with their sparkly scarves. I’ve never used wobblers. I’ll have to look into those.

  3. Adorable and love the wobblers. I am going to put that in a shopping cart at SSS since seeing your all too cute creations.

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