Thursday 29 December 2011

Meet Perry

Hello everyone, I'd like you to meet Perry the Polar Bear.  He is from Daisy Doodles who is sponsoring the wonderful challenge over at Card Crafter's Circle - Anything Goes.  Please come join us, anything goes- can't be any easier than that! Plus you can be in the running for some wonderful digis!  Check out the digis at the store by just clicking on the image below.

For my card, I used a wonderful layering technique I learned from Bonnie at Technique Tuesdays on the Card Crafter's Circle Blog .Here I layered some lovely snowflakes (I found free from Free Digital Stamps.) over Perry in various sizes.  I resized each one to my taste.  Then I matted him to some bright blue cardstock from Stampin'Up and placed this over an embossed white background.  I trimmed the bottom with some blue   and lacy white ribbon then added the sentiment over top.  I felt that these snowflakes just needed a bit of bling so I added some lovely blue pearls from HeroArts.  So if you ever meet a polar bear with a blue scarf, you know it'll be Perry and he won't eat you!  Have a wonderful day! Thanks for dropping by.  


Nancy said...

LOL...I'm very happy to hear that Perry won't eat me! He's wonderful! You've created a beautiful card! :o)

Tracy said...

Awww he's so cute Jennifer! I love how you put the pearls in the centers of the embossed snow flakes. Cute! Adorable card. :-) Hugs!

Jenée said...

Cute little Perry, and way to go doing the layering technique. I've gotta get some of that bling; perfect addition to the snowflakes. Nicely done.

Trish and Treasure said...

Hi Jennifer,
I love this blue and white colour scheme you used with your Polar Bear and I'm so impressed you worked out how to add the snowflakes!!!! I really love the bling you added to your snowflakes it's gorgeous!!and such pretty ribbon.
Have a great New Years Eve with your beautiful family.
Hugs Trish xx

Jacilynn said...

oh this is CUTE! Love this new image.

Anne-Marie said...

Oh, I knew he was just a softie! Jennifer, you busted those snowflakes....they look wonderful! Gorgeous creation :D