Baby Bear's Butterfly, from StampArt Design. This is the bonus file that comes with the digi stamp (2 for the price of one!).
I used this week's sketch from Tuesday Morning Sketches (#212). I mirror imaged the sketch to accommodate the direction Teddy is facing. Teddy is colored with copics, fussy cut and popped up on an embossed piece of cardstock. I used lots of faux stitching on this card. I was able to use lots of scraps as well. The patterned paper, pink cardstock, white square and kraft banner are from scraps.
Paper Saving Tip: One of my favorite ways to stretch my paper is to die cut smaller mats out of the larger ones. For instance, the pink cardstock that is matting the banner is cut from the middle of the mat that is on top of the card base. Since the larger mat has gingham paper (and other layers) on top of it, you can't tell that part of it was cut away.
Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (white), Bazzill (pink), Stampin' Up (kraft)
Patterned paper: Frances Meyer
Stamps: StampArt Design (Baby Bear's Butterfly), Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps (Baby Blessings)
Tools/Embellishments: Copic Markers, Sharpie fine point pen (brown), Uni-Ball Signo pen (white), ribbon (Offray), twine (Really Reasonable Ribbon), buttons from stash, Cuttlebug embossing folder (Swiss Dot), Spellbinders (Classic Squares Large & Small, Circles Large & Small)
I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Tuesday Morning Sketches (#212) - sketch
Crafty Ribbons #57- Use 3 of something (I have 3 buttons and 3 colors)
2 Sisters Challenge #157 - Use Pink, White & Kraft
Really Reasonable Ribbon #78 - Use pink & brown
Make It Monday #154 - Anything Goes
Tuesday Throwdown #161 - Use scraps
Top Tip Tuesday #108 - Use at least 2 things that start with your initial(s) (I used stitching, spellbinders, squares & white)
Cute Card Thursday #282 - Use Buttons
Terrifically Thrilling Thursday - Use Scraps
Aud Sentiments Challenge #87 - Anything but a birthday card
Thanks for stopping by today. Be sure to come back tomorrow when I'll have a card to show you for the new challenge at Word Art Wednesday.