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Bear Pals

Hi Everyone,

I was determined to get this post up today as I have been working on trying to get this card done for a couple of weeks.  You know how things go there is always something else that needs to be done...but we need our crafting time right!

For this card I chose Bear Pals a new release from High Hopes Rubber Stamps.  Just in case you didn't know One Crazy Stamper owns and operates High Hopes.  So yes I'm a little partial to these adorable images but I always have been anyway.  High Hopes has over 3,000 images for you to choose from you can check out their website directly here:  www.highhopesstamps.com  In the OCS store we can't carry all the images but we do have bucket loads of them HERE.

Now onto the details about my card.  I love the new Bella Blvd. Simply Spring papers so that was my focus for the colour scheme & yellow just happens to be a colour that makes me a happy lady.  My flowers were white but I used my air compressor and Copic's to make them match.  I totally love matchy, matchy things!  I also air compressed around my image.


I think I may need to find an addiction centre for my issues with YNS Gumdrops...I put them on anything I can.  They stick like cement so if you use them be sure that's where you want them to be because they aren't coming off the paper without ripping it.


Bears - W2, W4, W6

Boy shorts - BG01, BG05, BG07

Leaves - YG61, YG63, YG67

Girl Pinks - R81, R83, R85   Yellow Y32, Y35, Y38

Background - BG0000

Ground - W2, W0, W4, W6

Air brushing - Y32, Y35, Y38

Misc - Tuxedo Black Ink, Xpress It Cardstock (the only one I use for Copic), Bazzill Blue Oasis & Fiesta, YNS Gumdrops, misc. ribbon & flowers

Hope you enjoy today's post & I sure hope to be back again soon with more eye candy.


Lora Sinkler-Lake_wsmall


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