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Beary Cute Project Ideas

Looking for fun project ideas using the Beary Cute bundle from Stampin’ Up? I have some here! These are all of the projects I’ve made this week using the bundle in one convenient blog post.

Beary Cute Bundle

I had so much fun using the Beary Cute bundle this week! My favorite part is that the punch coordinates with the stamped polar bear as well as polar bears from the Beary Christmas Designer Series Paper. I also love the little hat and scarf stamps.

Monday’s project used mostly the Beary Cute punch and Beary Christmas DSP. I punched and fussy cut bears right from the paper to add to my card!

Wednesday’s blog post showed you how to create these fun gift card holders. Again I used the bundle and dsp together for a festive vibe.

Friday’s card got us into the Christmas spirit! I fussy cut the baby bear and his little hat. How cute is that?

I also created a reel showing how simple cardmaking can be! All you need for this one is stamps, ink and paper.

Tell me in the comments which project from this week was your favorite! You’ll be entered to win a sampler pack of the Beary Christmas Designer Series Paper. Winner will be randomly selected Saturday, September 30th. Open to US residents only. Good luck!

I hope you enjoyed this week’s projects and are inspired to create your own! Be sure to check out just some of the supplies I used this week down below. Happy Stamping!

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