And the Winner is:
Good morning! and Thank you so much for sharing all of your wonderful stories about your Teddy Bear(s) or special friends, they were all so very nice to read and so hard to choose from.
Here is the winner of the sweet Belle with Teddy Bear stamp...
Here are your random numbers:
Timestamp: 2009-09-04 09:10:42 UTC
No. 4 = Kim
Here's what she said:
A beautiful stamp and a great tutorial. I had two teddies brought
to me the day I was born 41 years ago and they still sit on my
chair in my bedroom. They are called 'big ted' 'little ted' I have
no idea why that is just what I always called them as a child. The
only story I remember about these is that when I was about 4 or5
we had gone to our holiday home (about 2 hours away) as we did
most weekendsand holidays but on this occassion my teds had got
left behind when we left to go homeafter a weekend and I cried
from the time I realised which I think was on the way home
through the next day. My grandad could not see me cry
anymore so went back for them BUT it began to snow and he got
stuck there for over a week!!!!He never let me forget it until the
day he died. Bless him.
Congratulations to you Kim!! What a great story, we can't wait to see what you will create with your stamp!! Please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your address so I can get this out to you right away.
Hello Blogland, it's me Jodi!! It's day three for the Stamp-A-Day Giveaway here at Belles n' Whistles! For those of you who have just joined us, welcome! Click HERE to find out what we've got going on for all of you from now on, you won't be disappointed! The topic today is Tutorial Thursday and the card I have for you today is created with Belle with Teddy Bear! Don't own her and want her, click HERE! My tutorial is how to raise your stamped images.
First, I have colored a full stamped image of Belle with Teddy Bear. Keep this on the side.
I have then stamped another image of her and colored only the parts that I want to pop up on the card.
Next, you will cut out those pieces and add some mounting tape to the back of each piece.
Place each of those cut outs on top of the fully colored image. Here is one angle to show you how I placed one popped up image on the flat image.
Here is a side view of the image as it is popped up. (Hope you can see that pretty well).
Here's the finished product!!
What was the name of your favorite teddy bear and to briefly tell a story you remember about him. I can't wait to read your stories!! Good luck and if you've got this stamp and have made a card or project with it, please leave a link in this post, and I will be sure to showcase your card in my next posting!! Happy Stamping!!