This was such a fun project. I cut my bear from white card stock and then used Ranger Vintage Photo and Tea Dye Distress Inks to color this sweet bear. I used a bit of pink chalk to color the bears cheeks and the inside of the ears. I cut my cup and saucer with designer paper and the doily with white paper and distress inked all the edges. The edges have been kissed with stardust stickles.
I also used the heart and splash pieces for the cup in the center of the 3 die cuts.
Thanks for taking a look today. I really appreciate it. See you in the gallery
Date: Thursday, March 1, 2012 GMT Views: 488
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Sat, Mar 03, 2012 @ 4:22 AM
Bearzi, this is cute-a-licious (I am terrible at making up words like that, but wanted to try - LOL). I know this bear just totally makes you smile since you love them sooooo much and it made me smile as well. I love your coloring, your 42,000 layers and details, and the hearts. Wow!! Hugz!!!
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Fri, Mar 09, 2012 @ 1:44 PM
I love all the intricate details here!! Beautiful diecuts and sponging and that bear is adorable!!! I love that her bow matches the teacup!! I recognize this decorative paper (I have it!!) and LOVE how you have used it!!
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