Cut it Up In with the New challenge

CIU challenge blogFun, fun, fun!  The challenge this time on Cut it Up Challenge Blog is to use something you got for the holidays.  I really made out this Christmas.  I got three new Cricut cartridges – Teddy Bear Parade and Create a Critter 2 (both of which were on my wish list) and a surprise – Simply Charmed!  I also got some paper pads and a corner chomper.  I chose to use the Teddy Bear Parade cartridge for this challenge.

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I used the card feature from Winter Woodland to make this card.  For the frame, I just used one square inside another so that the outer square was the same size as the card and the inner square was the same size as the window.  I stamped the frame with an old  snowflake stamp and some white ink.  I popped the teddy bear using Recollections dimensional squares.  This particular teddy bear had a sled, and I did cut it out, but I didn’t like it so I threw it away.  Here is the inside:

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The stamp is from My Pink Stamper Winter Punnies.

I started by filling up my 12 x 24 inch mat with 3 inch bears.  I also made 9 green bears and 9 yellow bears for another project (which I’ll show you soon.)  I love making multiples of everything I cut just to have something on hand for a quick project.  I gussied them up just a bit (because those vacant eyes really creep me out!)

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Now I have about 25 naked 3 inch bears just waiting to be dressed!  I took five of them and dressed them in a nice winter coat.  Three of them are girls (eyelashes added) and two are boys (no eyelashes.)

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I hope you break in your new craft goodies and join us in this challenge at Cut it Up.  Don’t forget to use a die cut.

prize

Here is the prize that will go to one random entrant!  Have fun and good luck!

Evelyn

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About Evelyn

I created this little blog so that I could have a place to show different crafts that I make for my family, my friends, my students, and myself! I have always enjoyed crafting. I particularly love paper, and that's what I'm currently working with.
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10 Responses to Cut it Up In with the New challenge

  1. Cely(Carolina Girl) says:

    Hahahaha…..I can imagine 25 little naked bears all over your desk. What nice surprise in your Christmas stocking. The little eskimo bears are adorable. Hummm…maybe I can joing the challenge

  2. These are so cute. I seriously am ordering that cartridge very soon! That bear looks very toasty and warm and I love the inside of the card!

  3. Janis says:

    Beautiful. They look all snuggly and warm. 🙂 Janis

  4. Nicole says:

    such cute little bears!! looks like a fun cartridge – I keep eyeing this one 🙂
    hugs,
    Nicole

  5. Stacey says:

    What fabulous cartridges you got! Those are some of my favs! Your card is so adorable! Ilove how you gave her eyelashes!

  6. Karen says:

    Adorable card! The inside looks great too! 🙂

    Karen
    craftedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com

  7. Super cute card!! I love her eyelashes and how comfy and cozy she looks! What a fun cart too!! 🙂

    Kimberly

  8. I just love the Teddy Bear Parade Cart!I am hoping that for Valentine’s Day my other half will get it for me ..LOL Loev how you dress them..Simply Adorable!I just linked up my project to the Cut it Up Challenge.Thank you so much for leaving me bloggie love !

  9. Jennifer says:

    Super cute card! I have had my eye on this cartridge as well. Love the trees on the inside too!

  10. Gaby says:

    You are so funny with the eyes creeping you out comment! And you are ambitious by cutting this many, buy oh so smart… I should be doing the same instead of ending up with leftover pieces of paper that years later sit there… super cute bears all dressed up!

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