Almost Artisan – Bobble Head Card

The thermometer is nearly at the top!  Yeah!  Thank you to Dana, Merri, Stacey, Lana and Bethany.

Today’s card is a fun one.  It was my second card for the Artisan Design Team contest.  It is a Bobble-Head card.  I came up with the bobble-head card a few years ago – my first one was a dog card.  So this time I decided to try a frog and fly.

The frog’s head and the fly both bobble around when you move the card.  Here is another view.

This is punch art with the head attached to a brad that is put through a hole and left loose so it will wobble.  The card is layered with dimensionals so the brad can wiggle around underneath the top layer.  Here is a view from the side –

The top layer is stacked on double high dimensionals to give it space.  There is lots of sponging, punching and piercing to put this card together but it sure is fun.  To create the woodgrain look of the fence background – drag the ink pad across the card stock – starting and stopping in different places.  Then add little “nails” with the Stampin’ Write marker.

I figure no one else had made anything like this and that it was a unique idea.  Moveable cards are fun aren’t they?

Have a great day!

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