Friday, April 10, 2009

A Fleet of Teddy Bears!






You know that baby shower favor that I shared with you in an earlier post.. well, here's the final project.. It's an entire fleet of teddy bears. They are all decked out and ready to go to the party... I'm just awaiting a list of the attendees so I can place their names on the front of the gift package and these will become the name cards for seating at the baby shower luncheon.

For this project, I colored the teddy bear digital image from Sketching Stampers (thank you Chris for your lovely designs!) using Prisma and Lyra pencils, and blended with Gamsol. I then scanned my image, inserted them and printed using MS Word. Each teddy was cut out using my Nesties Oval and Scallop dies and affixed to the SU Top Die frame that was done in Bashful Blue. They were popped them up using SU Dimensionals.
Inside I've tucked a cello bag of various Hershey's Kisses, including: caramel, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, hugs, and of course, Hershey's with almonds. Who doesn't love some form of chocolate regardless of the occasion? Teddy Bears = Kisses!! Right??




6 comments:

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

Wow you have been busy!! A wonderful gift idea - thanks for joining the DU2DS Challenge this week!

Kim said...

These are fabulous......

Karen from PA said...

This image is absolutely adorable. Thanks for the great tip on how to mass produce.

Scrubbysue said...

How cute! that looks like a lot of work! LOL but, they came out great!!

Carmen said...

CUTE!!! I like these very much.

Paula said...

You are so smart! Do the artwork once and let the computer do the rest. I hope everyone appreciates all of the work you did with these cute little babies!

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