Thursday, January 18, 2018

Polar Bear Campfire Card

Hello and happy day-before-Friday!  We had snow yesterday, but it is back to sunny today.  Today, I am sharing a card that was a lot of fun to color with alcohol markers.  I used 4 coordinating stamps to create a little scene. The patterned paper has so many words on it, I skipped the sentiment and put that inside.



Supplies: Purple Onion stamps, Memento Black ink, Gina Marie X Stitched Circles dies, My Mind’s Eye Happy Camper 6x6 Paper pad, Spectrum Noir and Copic markers



I would love to play in these challenges:
Daily Marker’s 30 Day Coloring Challenge
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Thanks for your visit!  Hope you have time for crafting today!

10 comments:

Verna Angerhofer said...

A darling little scene cared. So fun!

Sarah Mabery said...

That bear is super cute. You did a great job creating the scene.

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Heidi, how adorable! I've seen Tracy MacDonald use Purple Onion (a DT member), and you've created a sweet scene with great coloring. And what a perfect DP you've used! I love it! Warm hugs! xoxo

Conniecrafter said...

Every time I see this I just smile it is such a cute little scene!

Beth Norman said...

What a darling card, Heidi. I love that stamp; it's just so cute. Beautiful colouring.

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Wonderful work, Heidi, do enjoy your work, you’ve such an amazing eye for detail, well done!!!! Thanks so much for popping over and making my day.
Thanks for sharing your inspiration!
Shaz in Oz.x

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Cat Craig said...

So cute, Heidi. I agree with the wordy backdrop no sentiment is needed on the front.

Marina said...

Great scene, fun and cute - with all that lovely text on the front, I think you were right to put the sentiment inside.

Mac Mable said...

You are so clever at mixing the different stamp sets. What a fabulous card. Yes good idea to skip the sentiment too and pop one inside x x

wannabcre8tive said...

Your card is adorable. Love the sweet image. Great coloring.