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Milton with Teddy

Hi!  I'm still continuing with posting my kids' cards for Simon Says Stamp Special Children's Challenge.

This is a card by my older son.  He picked Milton & Teddy stamp from Wild Rose Studio.  I haven't even used this stamp yet so I'm happy he picked it.  He colored it with pencils and did the background and drew in some birds.  He also added some foam flowers and animals.  I think he still rushes with coloring.  He is not that patient but at least he stayed in the lines.

I think he chose to give this to his great-grandma for Easter.  At home, the kids did their treasure hunt to find their crocheted animals.  I think I made some of the riddles a bit too hard.  But they solved them all eventually.  We also had Easter egg coloring and a hunt afterwards at their great-grandma's house.  It used to be only our daughter doing the hunt since she was the only child in the family but now there are 5 kids so it gets really fun. 

Thanks for reading and have a great week!


Cheryl said…
What cute teddies! Nice coloring and stamping of the easter eggs! I love the birds! The foamie animals are cute too!
Lorraine said…
Aw, so cute! I like his coloring & stamping, and the colors he used on his card are great. oh and love the animals too, lol.
Lorraine A said…
Gorgeous card Bradley :-) I love the teddy image you used and your colouring is lovely, he looks very furry and the embellies are fab too :-)

thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
Lols x x x
Sunghee said…
awwww~ adorable! Great choice on the image! And great job on coloring!

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