Hope everyone is OK?
I'm here with some mid month inspiration for the challenge over at Ready Teddy Go where our theme is
so modern cards including a bear/ teddy of course!!
Here's my card, another attempt at CAS. I've used a very cute digi which I discovered at Birdie Brown just before the store sadly closed (talk about coming late to the party!!)
I've coloured him with promarkers and then paper pieced his jumper and hat. Looks like his Nan might have knitted him a new jumper for Christmas!! I'm thinking he is about to enjoy some cocoa!! Couldn't resist adding a pom pom to his hat:
The papers are a mixture of very old DCWV and First Edition, none of them are actual 'Christmas papers' but I think they work?? The wooden sentiment is by Dovecraft, I coloured it over with a promarker so that it matched better.
Thanks for visiting today and please pop over to the Ready Teddy Go challenge blog to see the fabulous inspiration from the design team and to check out this lovely prize:
Wish I could enter!!
I would like to enter these challenges though:
Natalie & Amy - Cute and cuddly Christmas
CHNC Extra - Christmas
Come and get it challenges - Christmas & blog hop
4 Crafty Chicks - food & drink
Feeling Crafty - Christmas
Cute card Thursday - Christmas catch up (this card is for a blogging friend with a bit of xmas news in!!)
A gem of a challenge - Anything goes
My Mum's Craft Shop - Winter/ Christmas
Stamping Sensations - Free and Easy
Digi Haven - Christmas cards
That craft place - Christmas
Passion for promarkers - Christmas and a sentiment
The stamping Boutique - Paper piecing
Sentimental Sundays - non traditional Christmas colours
Dream valley challenges - Anything goes
Sister Act card challenges - Challenge 37
Wags n Whiskers - Christmas
Oldie but a goodie - Winter (very old DCWV papers on jumper)
Papertake weekly - Christmas creatures
Chocolate, coffee and cards - Happy Holidays
Crafts 4 eternity - Christmas chaos
Totally papercrafts - Christmas with non traditional colours
Polkadoodles - Anything goes
Crafty Catz - Anything goes