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Hello!  I have another bear card to share today but this one is a birthday card.

This card also uses 2 different stamp sets like the card I shared in the previous post.  The bears, birthday cake and sentiment are from Birdie Brown's Birthday Bears.  The tree stump and I heart you is from Lawn Fawn's Mom & Me set.  I placed the birthday cake on the tree stump because why wouldn't these bears use it as a table?  Haha.  And I love the little sentiments that fit in the heart on the tree.  So sweet.

I made a lot of similar backgrounds for a number of cards.  That just helps me think of less card designs!  Plus once I have all the blending sponges and inks out, I might as well get a lot of use out of them.  I do use a light gray Copic to create a shadow to ground my image.  It's nothing fancy and I just do it real quick.

I love these sweet bear scenes.  I'm also really excited to see the new bear images from Mama Elephant.  More mixing and matching!

Hope you are enjoying the remainder of your weekend.  I felt this weekend went by too quickly.  Tomorrow is already Monday!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Rachel Parys said…
These are un-bear-ably cute!! (sorry, couldn't help myself!)
Lynn said…
WOW! Another super attractive bear card. I love the bear images and you came up with a very storytelling scene. Magical!
Cheryl said…
Cute! Who knew a tree stump could be so versatile!

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