Tuesday, March 6, 2018

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Hello Everyone!
I love the Baby Bear stamp set that I used on this card!  Because it is a multi-step stamp set you end up with a crisp image that looks just like a real teddy bear.  I needed a girl card for a friend who is expecting and this was exactly what I wanted.  I did use some supplies from my stash.  The word "girl" is from another stamp set, the ribbon I picked up on sale at a craft store and the craft card stock was picked up at the craft store too.  

Supplies:

Baby Bear stamp set, craft card stock (4 x 5 1/4), Powder Pink card stock (4 1/8 x 5 3/8) and a small scrap for the banner, Powder Pink ribbon (or ribbon from your stash), Whisper White ink pad, Sahara Sand ink pad, Crumb Cake ink pad, Chocolate Chip ink pad, stamping blocks, tape runner or glue, stampin dimensionals.

Steps:

1.  The three Baby Bear stamps will be marked with numbers.  Choose the bear numbered #1 and mount it on your block.  Ink the stamp with Sahara Sand and stamp.
2.  With the bear marked #2, ink it with Crumb Cake and Stamp.  **If you have problems lining the first image up with the second stamp, try lining the image up by looking at the spots under the arms and the bears bottom.**
3.  With bear marked #3, ink it with Chocolate Chip and stamp. 
4.  Attach the bear image to the Powder Pink card stock with a tape runner or glue.
5.  Attach the Powder Pink card stock to the Whisper White base. 
6.  With your scrap of Powder Pink paper, stamp your sentiment with Whisper White ink.  This ink will take longer to dry because it is a pigment ink.  You can hurry the process by using a heat tool. Trim the scrap to about 1 x 3 1/2 and then cut the ends to form the tails.  Slightly bend the banner into a curved shape and place the dimensionals slightly in from both ends of the banner, attach to the card from.



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Shylo Dyche
Shylo Dyche

Being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator is so rewarding. Not only do I get to be creative every day, I also get to be a creative coach, offering fresh project ideas and encouragement to my customers and friends.

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