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Monday, January 14, 2013

Happy Birthday Bear

This cute bear and his friends are so happy to be able to say Happy Birthday with some seeds to plant for the following year.  I cut up some of my scraps to make the back ground paper (got so many scraps to get rid of) and then I colored my image with water color markers.  I cut two pieces of white card stock to make the borders on top and bottom.  I tied two bows with my twine and added those to the top for some flair.  I used my stardust gel pen on the happy birthday sentiment for bling.  I pop dotted the sentiment and the image to the back ground.  Inside I put two more pieces of paper that were border cut with the same punch and added a sentiment that says Have a Happy Day.  This image is from my stash and I don't know who drew it.  This is for Challenge #24 for the Created With Love Challenge. http://createdwithlovechallenges.blogspot.com/.  Come on down and join in the fun there lots of good prizes as well. 

5 comments:

  1. Hi Linda! I just found your blog through the Outlawz & became a follower. Your card is adorable & the coloring is superb! Very nice work Hun & TFS!!!

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  2. What a sweet card! Love the twine and the fun DP! Adorable image too!

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  3. I love your card. It is so cute. The digi is adorable. I love it when others show how they use their scraps of paper. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

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  4. Popped in to say hello. I love how you explain the process. My cards are not what I want them to be. I decided to focus more on coloring because it's what I really like to do.
    Cardmaking seems like it comes natural to you. I'll be popping in to see what I can take from your brain and put into mine.LOL
    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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  5. This is adorable. I love how you used so many of your scraps. I'm really liking your blog colors too. Very nicely done.

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