Thursday, August 4, 2016

Worlds Beary Best Dad

This week The Paper Players have a Tic- Tac- Toe challenge and I really enjoy those so I sat down to make a card tonight before the challenge ended. I originally was going to do 'masculine, patterned paper, texture" but I couldn't decide on a paper that I was happy with so I instead went with the very bottom row across "texture, scene, die cut".

Right now I've got bear on the brain....I watch the bear cam on every night and next month is our trip to Denali Natl Park, where we get to drive the park road all the way to the end. Last time I drove the road I saw some big bears so I'm hoping that this time doesn't disappoint either. Since my brain is so focused on bears I decided to use the set Dad + Me from Lawn Fawn.

I created my little scene by stamping the mtns in Always Artichoke and then layering them inside the MFT Stitched Cover Up Horizontal Die. The sky above the mountains is Lost Lagoon and for texture I embossed some Garden Green card stock with the retired SU Square Lattice EF. This reminds me of the grassy meadows you can often find bears in. I gave Mr. Bear a hat and then popped him up with dimensionals. I was going to add a few cubs but male bears usually eat cubs and since I'm "that type of person" I couldn't bring myself to add the babies. I'll let the sentiment do the talking LOL

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Dad + Me (Lawn Fawn)
Paper: Garden Green (SU), Chocolate Chip (SU), Lost Lagoon (SU), Neenah Solar White
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark
Copics: G46, BG78
E47, E59, E49
E44, E57
Accessories: Cuttlebug, SU EF Square Lattice (retired), MFT Stitched Horizontal Cover Up, White Embossing Power, Dimensionals


  1. So cute Lisa! I love this set from LF and you've created a great background for this little guy. Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players this week.

  2. What a cute scene you created! I love that bear with the fun hat.Thanks for playing along with the tic tac toe challenge at The Paper Players this week!

  3. Aww this is adorable, Lisa! What a great masculine card. I love the stitched frames and textured paper. Thanks for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players!


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