Monday, November 26, 2012

Christmas Decoration Bears

Happy Monday everyone!  Hope everyone had a relaxing weekend.

I am on the Design Team for and today is my day to post using one of her newest files, called "Christmas Decoration Bears". 

I also used "Merry Christmas Gingerbread Train" file for the Christmas tree.  In my Silhouette Studio I grouped the little teddy sitting on the ground to the Christmas tree and cut them out as one piece.  Then I cut out the larger teddy holding the light bulb by himself.  I used stickles on their Christmas hats and along the top of the snow mounds and liquid glass on the light bulb, their eyes and noses and on the star on top of the tree.  The stamp came from CTMH stamp set called "Holiday Wishes".

Hope you enjoyed my card and will hop over to and see what she has new in the store.  She is always adding new files.  Don't forget to stop in on Friday - at 12 noon, she offers one of kind file that is only available from 12-8pm.  After that you will never see them again.

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