Monday, 18 June 2012

Patchwork Bear

Hello and good afternoon to you all!  I was going to do this post this morning but I just do not know where the day has gone!

I made this card yesterday and I used this adorable LOTV stamp called 'Patchwork Bear'.  It is so cute and easy and quick to colour.  This is only the second time I've coloured a bear and although I used the same copics as before, this one is much darker!  I guess I got carried away with the darker copics, but then not all teddies are the same colour (that's my excuse and I'm sticking with it lol)!

I decorated the inside to match.

A close up of Ted!

The photo's are not too good at the moment because of the way I am having to upload them onto my son's computer which is via my iphone first which means I cannot edit them the way I want! (sssshh he doesn't know! He hates me saving anything on his pc! lol I will eventually delete them when I get my new lead for my laptop :-)

Anyway here is the recipe for my card.


LOTV Stamp - Patchwork Daisy
LOTV Stamp - Sentiments Set 7
Bear - E31, E35, E50, E53
Flower - BG11, BG72, BG75, RV000, RV21, RV23
Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Walnut Stain
Nestabilities - Scallop & Circle
Paper - K&Co - (Stash)
Bazzill Cardstock - (Stash)
WOC Vintage Seam Binding - Siam Pink
Pink gems - (Stash)

Happy crafting!



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