Holiday Hugs – WPlus9 – Do I have a thing for polar bears and other interesting questions

Holiday Hugs – WPlus9 – Do I have a thing for polar bears and other interesting questions

I was sharing my recent purchases with a friend, and she said, "Wow. You've got a thing for polar bears, don't you?" Considering a couple of the sets I've bought recently feature polar bears, you'd think so. However, I think I just like cute animal stamps, and now that I am free to indulge that, I've been pretty much buying all the ones I see that I like. Well, SOME of the ones I see that I like. I can't afford ALL of them. Smiley from Millan.Net

When I saw this little set from WPlus9, I decided it was something I both wanted and could afford! Lookie:

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AAAAAHHHHH!!! STINKIN' CUTE!!! I dipped into my hoard of 6 x 6 Memory Box paper for the beautiful piece which I used to draw this color combination from.

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I colored the images with SU! markers (Cherry Cobbler, Baja Breeze, Lost Lagoon, Smoky Slate, Basic Gray) plus the lightest gray from my set of Tombow grayscale markers. I also used the SU! Chalk marker to make the white dots on the little girl's coat.

I used the largest Stitched Pinking Edged Square die from MFT and layered a square embossed with Taylored Expressions Cable Knit folder. I added a Winter Wonderland embellishment from Stampin' Up! in the lower right corner.

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I used the Stampin' Up! Triple Banner punch to punch the greeting from Cherry Cobbler card stock, and added some of the Whisper White Glitter Ribbon.

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With the final touch of Cherry Cobbler candy dots.

 

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3 thoughts on “Holiday Hugs – WPlus9 – Do I have a thing for polar bears and other interesting questions”

  • the fact that you ALREADY had this set PROVES you have a thing for polar bears, I saw it and thought of you, lol. Love it, great job, wonderful coloring and excellent color combining. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Love the paper, coloring — love the layer of embossed paper behind the focal point. Your work has taken on a whole new dimension!

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