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Funky Fossil Designs - Happy Bear-Day

     Hi Everybody! 

I am back with a card for Funky Fossil Designs
I wanted to play along with the Day of the Month Card Challenge which celebrates its 5th birthday and the theme is National Panda Day. I figured this cute panda set  is just perfect for this occasion!
I stamped the panda and lightly colored it with alcohol ink markers and cut it out. I used a Bamboo stencil for my background and colored it in with pencils to add mor depth. I assembled it and added the sentiment. Trimmed the card and added it to a white card base at an offset.
Supplies I used:
Bamboo stencil

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting!
Happy Stamping! 

Linking up with:
Day of the Month Card Challenge - National Panda Day


Flo said…
Der knuddelige Bär mit dem Herzen in den Pfoten ist wirklich süß!!!
ELFi said…
Das ist eine entzückende Karte geworden, danke für deine Teilnahme bei der Challenge des DotMCC! Liebe Grüße
Inkyfingers said…
This is such a lovely card, Cornelia! I love the way you stencilled the bamboo and the panda is adorable. You can't beat a punny sentiment either!
Thanks for sharing with us at Addicted to Stamps and More.
Carol x
Helen said…
So cute - I have that set too and the pandas are so cute.

Thanks for joining us at Addicted to Stamps and More.

Helen x
Such a sweet panda, Cornelia, and I love your bamboo too!!
Rosmarie said…
Dein kleiner Panda ist echt süss! Vielen Dank für die bärigen Geburstagswünsche und für's Mitmachen bei unserer DotMCC-Challenge. Viel Glück bei der Verlosung! Liebe Grüsse, Rosi
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