Shana Gaff
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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Make Your Mark!

It's time for another marker challenge at Addicted to Stamps and More!  The challenge is quite simple...just pull out your markers and use them on your project!  I used the color combination from Just Add Ink and the sketch from Fab Friday for my card.

I was excited to use these colors for a baby card because I am tired of doing Christmas cards! 
I used my markers to color the dots on the background stamp, as well as the bears inside the jar and the sentiment.  I masked the bears so they could fill the jar.  I love finding new things to put in these jars and I think they look so cute in there! 
Stamp Sets: Distressed Dots Background Stamp, Perfectly Preserved, Every Little Bit, Seasonal Sayings
Cardstock: Pool Party, Pretty in Pink, Whisper White
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Crumb Cake, Pool Party, Pretty in Pink
Tools: Cannery Framelits
Accessories: Pool Party Baker's Twine, Dimensionals


  1. Very cute bears in the jar lol. I hope they are chocolate bears :) This card is very pretty! xx

  2. Adorable! Love the sweet bears in jar…great idea. The dots background looks great colored with all the colors. Thanks for sharing with us at Fab Friday!

  3. love your jar with the sweetie bears - it's so cute. I also love the polka dot background - very clever - Jacqueline xx

  4. This is absolutely cute, love the jar of sweetie bears! Thanks for playing along with Just Add Ink this week.

  5. Shana, this is ADORABLE! Teddies in a jar - who would've thought they'd look so cute??!! Love that you coloured the background dots with markers, to suit the colour challenge. An all-round gorgeous card, that I'm sure was a lot of fun to make! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week :)

  6. What a cute idea to put little teddy bears in the jar for a baby card! This is the perfect color combo too! Thanks for playing at Fab Friday!

  7. What a super fun idea to put those cute bears in the jar!! Must remember that :o) Those dots turned out so perfect that I thought it was DSP. Hugs D