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Polar Bear on Polymer Clay Magnet

Just the Polar Bear in “Polar Bear and Cubs” is stamped on pearl polymer clay, trimmed and attached to a rectangle of pearl polymer clay that has been blended with blue pearl ex for a background. Clear beads have been added to the bottom of the background piece. The bear is attached, the clay baked and a magnet glued on the back. Clay magnet by Wendy Kerr.

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Scootin’ Bear Tag

“Scootin’ Bear, Lg.” is stamped on off-white confetti card stock in black ink and the corners are rounded. This is layered over tan and brown decorative card stock that has had the corners rounded, also. Plastic charms that are a creel, a fishing pole, line and a fish are attached. A hole is punched in the corner with a star punch and a tassel is attached. Tag by Anne Law.

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Canoeing in Wilderness

Stamps used are “Brownie Forest”, “Duck #3”, “Tree/cliff”, “Tall Brownie Grove”, “Duck #4”, “Canoeing” and “Bear on Ledge, Lg.”. Images are stamped with a black Memories pad and colored with pencils and chalks. Card by Ann Mumper.

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Moose, Fishing Bear & Horse

“Bold  Block – Moose”“Bold Block – Horse”, and “Bold Block – Fishing Bear” were stamped on cork and cut out, mounted over gold gloss card stock which was layered over homemade paper, checkered scrap book paper and white card stock. Card by Thalia Sledge.

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Zuni Bear Embossed

“Sunburst, Sm.”, “Return Symbol, Sm.”, and “Return Symbol, Lg.” are stamped in black on tan parchment card stock.  “Zuni Bear Fetish, Lg.” is embossed in verdigris, cut out and mounted on the parchment card stock. Lines are drawn between the border images. The parchment card stock was layered on light brown card stock. Card by Margaret Wiggin.

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Bear behind Birch Trees

“Uneven Ground/Snowdrifts” is stamped on white card stock with a black Memories stamp pad, sponged with light blue and glitter added. “Birch – Two Straight, Sm.” is stamped repeatedly across card. The grass at the base of the trees is colored green with markers. Masks are created for the birch trees.  “Bear on Ledge, Lg.” and “Pine Silhouette” are stamped over the masks which give the appearance that the bear and pine trees are behind the birch trees.  Card by Margaret Wiggin.