Friday, January 8, 2010

My first Tear Bear

This is my first attempt at a Tear Bear. I am a little disappointed that I wasn't able to achieve a really fuzzy look with my mulberry paper. The Mulberry paper I used is from my store and is double sided with tan and dark brown, so it is great if you want two colors to work with. I made a male brown bear that I plan on using in a camping scrapbook page (: She is really cute in person but not that fuzzy.
I used a new paper from my store from heidi swapp called Carefree-hearts. This paper is double sided and soooo cute! You will have to add this paper to your collection like I have (:
I am so excited because I have a ton of new products to add to my store in the next few weeks (: I had a large shipment of goodies arrive last night (: I better get back to work!
Let me know what you think!!!!


Jaspere said...

I think you did great.

Cindy said...

I think she is a cute bear and I like what you did with her. She looks like she is sitting on a cloud. The lacy heart and the flowers are all great touches along with the buttons and pearls. I put my first order in with your store. Can't wait to get my Basic Grey pads. Nice shopping with you. :)

Sara said...

I think it's very cute!!! Love how the card opens!

Dru said...

Julie, this is adorable! Your bear is darling and I think the paper looks great for him. What a sweet Valentine.

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Karen from PA said...

She is really cute! I bought all the stuff to make tear bears ages ago and have never even tried it. I think they are so adorable.

Scrapping Julie said...

your first? awesome job!

Vicki said...

Such a cute card! Love that bear! I wouldn't even know where to start! Great job! Blessings to you!

Gina said...


Angie Williams said...

I think this is just adorable! Awesome job!

Anonymous said...

Do you have Liquid Applique? Brayer it on...heat it up and then tear your bear...the results will be fantastic!

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Michelle Forrest said...

such a cute card!

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