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Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Inspirational Post by Kym - April 2014

Hello it is Kym here and today it is my turn to show you an inspirational project for the Bearly Mine Inspiration and Challenge Blog.
Here is a card I have made using a Stitchy Stamp image called "Butterfly Love".  I have coloured her with my Promarkers and then highlighted areas with my new Graph'it white pen - love this!!!  Around the image I have made a cloud effect with a template I've made and a pink Pan Pastel.
  
The backing papers I have used are from Bearly Mine Designs Gingham and Plain and Simple sets.  On the "Plain and Simple" paper I have used a Sheena Douglass distress stamp.  On the "Gingham" paper I have used a Visible Image star stamp from my "Jake Skates" stamp set.

I have finished the card off with lots of Bearly Mine Designs freebie flowers cut out with Papermania Glitterations for the centres, a few feathers and a sentiment from my Perfect Papercrafting Companions CD.

I hope you have enjoyed my little inspirational post.
Keep popping back to see more inspiration from the Bearlymine Girls.

Monday, 21 April 2014

Inspirational Post by Dawn

Hi its Dawn here with todays inspirational post. I have used 2 sets of Bearly Mine papers. The brown one is a brand new set called Kraft Wishes

 & the blue one is The Boys Zone
The stamps are Creative Expressions Time & the clock is a Marianne die. I hope this inspires you to get making with these fab papers.
Dont forget to pop back every couple of days where you will see more inspiration from my fellow teamies.
Thanks for looking. Dawn x

Saturday, 19 April 2014

Little bit of Krafty Inspiration

Good Morning Bearly-mine followers....
Today its my turn  Carol to share with you some Inspiration using the gorgeous Bearly-mine Designs

I have used these fabulous new papers  which you can find HERE called Krafty Wishes

You can find out more about my card on my Blog over at Carol's world 


Hope you have a lovely Easter Weekend......
x Carol x


Thursday, 17 April 2014

Inspirational post by Jules

Well hello again

It's that time of the month again for my inspirational post and my card is one that I made for my bosses daughters wedding. It was a challenge to make this card as her future husband is African so I had to colour my first dark person as it certainly wouldn't have been appropriate to give her a handmade card with a white bride & groom.

The main colour theme for her wedding was Coral so the papers I have used I think worked really well, when I'm making personalised wedding cards I really like to make them to the colour theme of the wedding (if of course it isn't a secret).

So make sure you tell me what you think, and with that here it is

 
 
 
 
I've used the following digital papers for the above card.
 
 
Paper Lace & also the CD rom digital sets
 
 
I hope you are all enjoying the inspirational posts every two days, there has been some beautiful and amazing work done by the wonderful design team members.
 
Don't forget to come back again in two days for the next inspirational post and also there is only a couple of days left for the Monthly challenge.
 
Happy crafting
xxxx
 

 


Wednesday, 16 April 2014

New Releases - Fall Fancy and Summer Floral Delights

Today sees the release of two new digital sets from Bearly Mine Designs.

The first set is called "Fall Fancy":

 The second set is called "Summer Floral Delights"
As a form of inspiration to you all, the Design Team have been busy creating some wonderful samples using both of these new digital sets.

Here are some samples from "Fall Fancy"

Here are some samples from "Summer Floral Delights"
Make sure you pop on over to the Bearly Mine Design Shop to check out this wonderful sets and all the others in the shop.

Remember we also have a monthly challenge taking place over at the Bearly Mine Challenge Blog.  The topic this month is "Spring".

Every few days on the Bearly Mine Challenge Blog you will get inspiration from the Design Team using Bearly Mine Designs papers.

Make sure you keep on checking the blog to have a look.