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I Love You Bear

Hi Scrappy Friends!  Today is "Would You Ever Guess @ My Cricut Craft Room"- Using a Border Feature.  I chose to do a step fold card this time using Teddy Bear Parade, Doodlecharms and Wild Card carts...
  • TBP cart: Bear cut at 3" (make sure Real Dial Size is off that way the outfit cuts at the right size)
  • DC cart: Heart Border cut at 1", 1.5" and 2" (don't you love it, a ton of hearts with just 3 die cuts)
  • WC cart: I Love You cut at 2" WITH Real Dial Size ON!
To make it a little easier for me when making my bears....
  • I just tape a piece of scrap black paper to the back of the head for the eyes
  • Use a black sharpie marker for the nose
  • Pink color pencil to fill in the ears
  • Tan/peach color pencil for the muzzle and belly
  • White gel pen to give some dimension with the eyes and nose
  • Black fine tip marker pen for eyelashes, bottom of the ears and the mouth.
  • The bear is raised up using pop up tape. Love just cutting off one big piece, very convenient.
Thanks for stopping by and check out My Cricut Craft Room for other great projects!

Linking Up to:
My Crafting Channel- she is doing the whole TBP series, Love this idea!!!
Cardz TV- pop up or wobble

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


  1. What a cute little card this is! Love the fold. Thanks for sharing.

  2. This I love you bear is adorable! Great job on making her facial features so cute!

  3. Your card is soo cute! Thanks for sharing!


  4. Love that sweet bear surrounded by all those pretty pink hearts! Thanks for playing along!


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