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19 January 2013

If you go down to the woods today....

If you go down in the woods today you're sure of a big surprise
If you go down in the woods today you'd better go in disguise
For every bear that ever there was will gather there for certain
Because today's the day the Teddy Bears have their picnic

Okay far too cold for picnics in the UK but today we would like to
introduce you to Benson
Two Brand new Digi's that you can find in the shop here
Bundle of hearts 
With Love
Here is some Inspiration from 2 of our DT
What beautiful cards Ladies

Colouring medium: promarkers
pastel beige, sandstone, cinnamon, satin, caramel, umber, poppy, red, lipstick red, blush
Papers: Basic Grey Kissing Booth
Embellishments: flat backed pearls
Tools: Crafty Sentiments vintage label die, spellbinders circles, ovals

I coloured him with my pens before cutting him out and layering him up onto kraft and red carstock. The dp is Basic Grey, and I added some hession, gingham ribbon and some flat backed pearls. I stamped the sentiment and die cut it before putting on this fancy label die from Crafty Sentiments.

Colouring medium: promarkers
umber, walnut, cocoa, cinnamon, tan canary, lemon, primrose, duck egg, cool aqua, soft aqua
Papers: Pink Petticoat Gingham, Bearly Mine Designs Simply dots
Embellishments: ribbon, button, card candy, pearl pen, stickles

How adorable is he??!!!! As well as being perfect for Valentines Day, he would also be fantastic for a new baby or get well card. I have coloured him in my pens, and then added some little pearl pen dots round him, and a little stickles under him. I added some spotty organza ribbon and the cute bear button, and some card candy.

This  one uses a Crafty Sentiments  digi paper, Crafty  Sentiments Cutters border die and the image is coloured with copics.

The lilac and lemon uses digi paper and embossed panels, coloured with copics


rachel said...

beautiful cards all around - fabulous new images xx

Audrey Ernst (hippieaud) said...

Amazing creations with these adorable images! Great job ladies:)