Making Spirits Bright with My Makers Movement

I just can not express how excited I am to be collaborating with My Makers Movement for some upcoming projects, including this one today. This is a great company, they have products for Paper Crafting, Jewelry Making, and have a great die cutting machine called the Crossover II, which I am now saving up for. This machine will cut paper, fabric, emboss, die cut, and the best thing is it is adjustable to handle the job you are doing.

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So, on to my project for today. I used the oh too cute 16 piece stamp set called Beary Christmas and the matching dies. These little bears are just too cute, and so fun to color. I stamped them out using Memento Tuxedo Black ink which is alcohol marker friendly. die cut each of the bears and then used my Arteza markers to color each one.

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For my background I used Distress Oxide inks in Wilted Violet, Broken China, Salty Ocean and Faded Jeans. I then spritzed some water on the panel and took it up using a paper towel.

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Once I was satisfied that my ink was dry I thought it needed something else and took out my Sugar Glitter Bo Bunny Glitter Paste and Card Sized Star Confetti Stencil from MFT. I taped my stencil down and using a palette knife I spread the glitter paste onto my panel. I LOVE the way it turned out.

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I grabbed a hillside die from my stash to create something for the ground level and then played around deciding where to put my bears. After doing this I realized the houses really need to come into this project. These homes are so cute, and I would not feel right leaving them out.

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Stop on over at My Makers Movement and see what is there. There is something for everyone.

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