I was happy to see that this set is going to stay current for a while longer. I plumped up the Teddy bear a little bit with liquid applique. I stamped him first with Timber Brown Stazon on Naturals White, then painted completely over him with liquid applique which I tinted with Pretty in Pink reinker. Then I heated the LA with my heat gun just until it puffed. Finally, I overstamped the Teddy with Stazon, added a little shading with Pretty in Pink Stampin' Pastels and cut him out.
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Tue, Jul 10, 2007 @ 9:34 PM
That bear reminds me of a bedspread my mother had and years later crafters were making bears from that style spread.
Your right the layout is similar, we were thinking on the same lines!
Great job with the embellishments and colors, this is cute!
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Fri, Jul 13, 2007 @ 5:43 PM
Oh this is wonderful!!!!!! I'm so stingy with my liquid applique that I haven't tried dying it yet. I think you may have inspired me though. I just got the retired floppy eared bunny set (forget the name), and I'm thinkin it's perfect for this!! Your layout, and everything about the card is fantastic!!
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