cardstock, carta bella, copics, distress ink, flower, handmade card, handmade flowers, MFT dienamics, MFT stamps, spellbinders dies
I made this using MFTWSC sketch #84.
Before I give details on my card, here is the winner from the July blog hop for my own candy. It is Debbie Woodwick. Debbie, please contact me. I was unable to pull your email form your name. Please go here to choose your choice of hand creme and lip balm. Please let me know via my email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send your address too.
So here is my card. I have used a lot of new goodies I recieved.
Animals intimidate me, so it was my first card coloring Fred Bear, i love this image, it is so appealing, my son said that is neat. I paper pieced the blanket, soup and tissue box, I added some accents with copics. I tried to add texture to the bear but not having copic fluid, rubbing alcohol, did not do the trick. The bear is resting on clearly sentimental label and I used fishtail flag stax. I added a spiral clip and some crystals for finishing touches.
I used the wavy die and the retro squares, aren’t they the coolest. All papers in the background and panel are Carta Bella.
I am entering them in a few challenges.
Simply create Too– Anything goes
Paper Crafting Journey– Anything Goes
Crafty Catz– Anything goes.
Crafty Calendar Challenge– teddy bear parade
Speedy and friends-using dots
Thank you for visiting and I appreciate each comment.
Maureen Russell said:
I think your bear is just darling as he is. No texture needed! I like your paper piecing as well, gives lots of interest to the soup & kleenex. Great job Zehera.
Patty Penn said:
This card would make anybody feel better! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy Fox & Friends blog challenge!
Pat Garvin said:
Cute image. Thanks for joining Speedy Fox and Friends.
This is just so sweet and guaranteed to cheer up the recipient! Your colouring looks fab!
Thanks for playing along with us at Crafty Calendar this month and good luck!