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Joyful Heart Bears

Hi Crafty Friends! I'm still on a roll making Valentine's Day cards! Today, I have a sweet slimline card, featuring Joyful Heart Bears from My Favorite Things.


To begin, I cut a card base to 7 X 8 1/2" from heavy white cardstock, and scored at 3 1/2" on the 7" side. Next, I cut a rectangle panel from Bristol smooth cardstock using the Slimline Stitched Card Panels.  I ink blended the panel using Picked Raspberry and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide Inks. I spattered the panel with clean water, and then some watered down white acrylic paint with a paintbrush, and set aside to dry.


Next, I stamped the images from the Joyful Heart Bears Stamp Set onto Bristol smooth cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. All images were colored with Copic markers in the following colors:
Bears: E30, E31, E34, E35, R30, R00, R20
Balloon: Rv25, RV29
Heart: RV10, RV02, RV13, RV25, RV29
Butterflies: V01, V04
I added white highlights to my colored images, using a White Glaze Jelly Roll Pen.  All images were then cut out using the Die-namics Joyful Heart Bears.


Using the Die-namics Double the Love, I cut my title from a pale lavender cardstock I had in my crafty stash. I inked blended the letters with Wilted Violet Distress Oxide.

I attached mt inked panel to my card base, and then arranged all the sweet images onto my card. Once I was happy with the layout, I attached the bears and letters with 3D Foam Squares for dimension. 

Finally, I stamped my sentiment onto white cardstock, and cut it out using the Scalloped Card Panels and Banners. I attached it to the upper left hand corner of my card, and snipped of the excess.

Thanks so much for joining me today...I'll see you next week!

XO,
Tammy








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