Ok, Ok you got me out of hiding behind the bushes watching the tea parties and no time to join in. I know it has been so long I have been away. I am not going to lie, I missed each and every one of you and being able to come to the tea party. So how fun is it that I come back when the Teapartiers are calling for Bears for MaryLou-a fellow "BEAR" lover just like me. Not only that but my fellow punchie pal Marie (Momof5sons) is the host! How could I stay behind the tree! I am going to have so much fun looking at all the bear creations-I can't wait!
My bear is a paper pieced pattern I made several years ago. I had to dig in my stuff to find her because the minute I read the challenge I knew I wanted to use her for MaryLou. All the dies are from Spellbinders including the rolled roses and leaves. I used Studio G ink from the 97 cent bin at Walmart. The roses were painted with "Twinkle Toes" Glimmer Glam by Tattered Angels. The sparkly green leaves are pieces of leaves from a Michael's Christmas spray.
It's so great to be back-I can't tell you how thrilled I am. Thanks so much for taking a look at my card. See you in the gallery!
Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 GMT Views: 835
Registered: April 14, 2009 Location: in my own little PINK sparkly world Posts: 12121
Thu, Nov 15, 2012 @ 6:24 PM
oh my wow....this is amazing....that is one dolled up bear...looks like she found something in her wardrobe not ruined...or just went on a shopping spree and picked up some roses for MaryLou while she was out....great idea...and a fun darling card...
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Fri, Nov 16, 2012 @ 3:05 AM
Wow! So it was like fate that you had her in waiting for just the right moment .... a moment when a fellow teddy bear lover would be in need of her. This is gorgeous Carol. Hard to think of how you could have made a more beautiful card for this party! Hugz!
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