Craft

A Birthday Bear.

Here is a card I made using a CD ROM from Crafter’s Companion. It was one of the free ones that comes with their magazine and has a selection of images from their full CD ROMs. This image is one from Meadow Cottage Bears.

I printed out the one sheet that has the backing piece and some embellishments as well as the focal image. I saved some of the other pieces for other cards. I used a blue sharpie to ink around the edge of all the pieces before sticking them onto a cream embossed card blank.

I stuck the sentiment and topper on with 3D glue gel before adding some gems and sequins.

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I hope you like it. I am entering it into the following challenges –

CD Sunday – Bear with me

http://cdsundaychallenge.blogspot.co.uk

Fussy and Fancy – Birthdays

http://fussyandfancychallenge.blogspot.co.uk

Glitter n Sparkle – Birthdays

http://glitternsparklechallengeblog.blogspot.co.uk

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14 thoughts on “A Birthday Bear.”

  1. What a sweet bear. He looks so friendly and cuddly. Just as a bear should be. Thank you for joining in with us again Melanie.
    Carol xx
    CD Sunday DT

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  2. This is a very pretty card and an adorable bear. I like the layout and the border with the cut out circles. Is this a die or a border punch please.
    Thank you for sharing it with us at CD Sunday. Wynn DT

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    1. It isn’t either, LOL, it’s printed on the paper. There is just two pieces of paper – the background and the topper that I attached at an angle, both of which I inked around. It then has a topper and some sequin and gem embellishments. Crafter’s companion CDs are great with the background layers already done for you.

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