Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Fat Bear Stamps

Hi all!  I have a non-DT project to share with you today. 

So I love these pierced tags from MFT!  Love the banner dies and these giftcard holder dies too.  So fun to put these giftcard holder tags together.  You all understand the sentiment means Be Merry and not Merry B, right?  Sometimes I wonder about my hubby.  It's kind of obvious to me but it wasn't to him.

I also made matching envelopes with my new Envelope Punch Board.  I kind of made them look like those manilla envelopes by folding them a little differently.

Here is the front of the envelopes.  These are stamps from Forever Friends.  I call them Fat Bear stamps.  I used to have these fat bears as stuffed toys, on stationary and cards and cups too but now can't find them here at all.  They have them online but from England.  I bought this stamp from 7 Kids and while they are cute, the quality isn't so great.  Kind of disappointed in that and happy I only ordered this one stamp.

I traced over the stamped image again with my copic multiliner because it just didn't stamp very nicely.  But isn't he very cute? 

Thanks so much for reading!


4 comments:

Cheryl said...

Awwwww, super cute! I love those bears! I used to see them at the Hallmark store...20+ years ago... Ha! I never thought of Merry B, maybe cuz I already saw the stamp set before. Most people will probably go straight for the giftcard anyhow... Cute envelopes too! I think the quality of clear stamps can be variable, I found these super cheap ones at Michaels on clearance, like no wonder, cuz the stamp was kind of soft and squishy, and didn't even stick to the block that well. That was a good idea to trace it, I will have to try that.

Handmade Cuties said...

Everything is SO CUTE about this one!!! OMG Eva!

Denice said...

Your gift card holders always make me want to make one....wonderful!
:Dxx

Leanne said...

Gift card holders are the perfect gift wrap for something small. These are awesome!
Too bad about the quality of the bear stamp, hopefully you didn't pay too much for it.