Caring Bears Card Tutorial

February 20, 2020

Caring Bears Card Tutorial

Happy Thursday everyone!  Allison Cope here with a fun new card making and coloring tutorial for you!

Today I thought I would create with all kinds of the Gerda Steiner Designs bear images. There’s nothing sweeter that a tiny fuzzy bear to gawk at!

For my card project I used the following digital stamp images:
Now come and join me at my crafty desk and we’ll create with these four adorable fuzzy bears today…



After all the fussy cutting, coloring and gluing, here is our final card…

And as a final finishing touch, I also added some Glossy Accents to their eyes and noses.

For more digital stamp inspiration, please come and check the Digital Stamp Blog.

I’d really love to hear if you liked my card and video today down below in the comments.  Thanks for joining me today!

~ Ally ~


stamps:  Gerda Steiner Designs (Birthday Bear, You Are Beary Sweet, Have a ‘Beary’ Sweet Day, November/December 2016 Digital Stamp Bundle)
cardstock: Copic (Express-It Cardstock), Recollections (110# White)
patterned papers: My Favorite Things (Dots & stripes Sorbet 6x6)
ink: Copic Markers, Sakura (White Gel Pen Size 10)
die: Catherine Pooler (Tag, Etc. Die)
other: Glossy Accents



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