Drive By Crafts

Echo Park Paper Co: Skating Bear

November 16, 2018

Hello Friends and Welcome back!! Can you believe it is Friday again? I am on the Drive By Crafts Blog sharing this festive Christmas card and tag using the Echo Park Paper Co: Skating Bear Die Set.


I began my card by using the Echo Park Paper Co: Skating Bear Die Set. I die cut and assembled all the pieces to make my darling bear. I stuck with a traditional color palette of red and green. Once I had my bear assembled, I sat him aside and began working on all my layers. I used the Reverse Confetti: Lacy Scallop Frame Confetti Cuts for my first layer and mounted this onto a piece of red cardstock. Next, I took another piece of white cardstock and made score lines at every 1/2 inch for some added detail. Then, I mounted this onto a piece of green cardstock before mounting it onto my white A2 card base. For my sentiment, I used the Lawn Fawn: Winter Scripty Sentiments Stamp Set. This is a great stamp set with lots of wonderful sentiments, perfect for the winter season!! To finish my card I tied a piece of baker's twine across the top.


I Love wrapping Christmas gifts!! I spend a lot of time picking out my paper and ribbon, and creating coordinating tags. Well...I think I found my favorite for this Christmas season!! White paper, with a red or green ribbon and my cute little skating bear for a tag!! What do you think?



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This will be my last post for the Drive By Crafts blog and store as Annette (the owner) has decided to close up her shop as of today. I can't thank Annette enough for the opportunity she gave me. I started my blog because Annette offered me a chance to be on her Design Team. She guided me and helped me learn the ins and outs of creating a blog and the basics behind a blog post. I will be forever grateful for the help, trust and friendship I gained through this opportunity. Annette, I wish you all the Best in this next Chapter of your life. Take care my friend!!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!!
Enjoy your weekend,
Dana

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