Monday, November 8, 2010

Bear-ly Raking

Today I have a card for you using a cute bear image from Heartfelt Creations.  He is busy raking the leaves on a beautiful autumn day.  This card and others created by the Heartfelt Creations Design Team can be seen here.

This is a 5x7” card. A large oval Nestability was used to cut an oval window in the front panel.  The design is stamped on the inside of the card. A Martha Stewart branch border punch was used for the border along the bottom and a strip of yellow card stock placed behind it.

The leaves were stamped and colored with Copic markers. They were then sprayed with an adhesive then glitter lightly sprinkled on them. They were placed at the top of the card with dimensional and a small brown knotted bow added. Three large and three small pumpkins were stamped and cut out with matching dies. They were colored with colored pencils and OMS. The vines were stamped and colored the same way then cut out with scissors. They were arranged on the bottom of the card. One large pumpkin was saved for the inside of the card.

The bear image was stamped on a piece of white card stock and colored with pencils and OMS. The sky was chalked. It was cut out and matted on yellow card stock. The design was centered under the opening on the front of the card. A single pumpkin was added to complete the card.

Heartfelt Creations products used:  969G Bear-ly Raking; HCPC 3334 Open Falling Leaves Precut Set; HCD 707 Falling Leaves Diecuts; HCPC 3329 Pumpkin/Autumn Vines Precut Set; Pumpkins Nestabilities


CraftinGranny said...

What an adorable bear Selma. Love your card cause it's so original with beautiful fall colors. "Hugs" Carol

Debbi said...

Love the teddy bear! Cute!!

Colleen said...

Love all the detail you put on this card.

Kathy Braun and Lucky said...

Beautiful fall card, the added touches just make the card jump out.

Theresa said...

Love this bear but then, I've never seen a bear that I didn't love. Great details on a great fall card. TFS


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