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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Mom *Crafter's Companion Challenge Blog Guest Designer*


Hello, Everyone!  I am delighted to present my second Guest Designer project for you today!  I made a Mother's Day card for the current challenge at Crafter's Companion Challenge Blog.  Please play with us for your chance to win the fabulous prize package!

How cute is this bear?!! This is Popcorn the Bear from Thanks A Bunch stamp set. I followed a sketch from Hanna and Friends 132. The papers are from A Walk In the Park by Echo Park.

The stamp package came with a lovely print that helped me navigate coloring. I used Prismacolor pencils and blended with odorless mineral spirits. This is a rather large image so I always fussy cut this bear and attach with foam adhesive.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  I've really enjoyed being the guest designer for April.  Don't forget to enter to win the S.W.A.L.K stamp set giveaway this week.  And if you haven't already entered our Mother's Day challenge you need to get scrapping!!  lol

SUPPLIES

Stamp(s) and Ink: Thanks A Bunch from Crafter’s Companion. Archival black. Colorbox. 
Paper: A Walk In the Park by Echo Park.
Tools: Spellbinders. Martha Stewart. Paper Studio.
Coloring Medium: Prismacolor pencils with Odorless Mineral Spirits.
Embellishments: Buttons. Authentique.

6 comments:

Tammy Ortiz said...

This is so adorable. Any mother would love to get this gift from you! I love your coloring

Stacy H-W said...

I love this so much!! This stamp set is one of my favorites and the colors you used are perfection!! Great job!!

Dawn's Craft Place said...

I just love popcorn bear! The colors and coloring are just stunning on this cutie.
So glad you shared with us.

Gine said...

LOVE your cards and our blog
Have a great week !!!

Caitlin & her Cricut said...

I've been looking through your last few posts and wow - I really like your style! This card is so cute and I love the Whimsy Stamps one too! I'll definitely keep looking on your site - I subscribed today! :)

Heather Leopard said...

Your cards are amazing! It was great meeting you at Archivers! Heather