Friday, 12 February 2016

Baby Boy Bear

So for Day 12 of the Daily Marker challenge, I've made this cute baby card.  It was inspired by Nina-Marie's beautiful card and tutorial over at Simon Says Stamp - I'd had a go at making these watercoloured backgrounds before, but I'm not sure why I'd used a small paintbrush instead of a decent sized one.  Duh.

My little bear is an oldie from Elzybells - coloured with watercolour pencils and popped up on dimensionals.  Lawn Fawn cloud dies.  Couple of staples to finish.  I love how this card turned out :)


  1. Ohh Lynne this card is so cute. I love that little bear parachuting in. Your colours are perfect.

  2. Hi Lynne this is so adorable and cute I love that little bear a great make
    lorraine x

  3. Soooo cute Lynne, the background is fantastic. Love little Ruby in that spring picture too xx

  4. Fabulous card Lynn
    Hugs Sylvie xx

  5. Oh, Lynne, this is fabulous! What a super card, Jo x

  6. Faints. Such a gorgeous card, the background is amazing , the Image is so cute and the clouds are just adorable. Yep, I like it! Cara x

  7. Adorable image and card; love the background. Thank you for sharing with us at CWWC Challenge.

  8. This card is SO adorable. Your background colors are so pretty - love that bit of lavender - and your staples add a funky little detail that is so much fun. You rocked this one, Lynne!


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