Oct 22 2010

My version of Candy & Holly

Published by at 5:54 pm under 3D,bigshot,Fabric,Stampin' Up!

Shelli Gardner of stampin'up! posted on her blog a challenge about fabric because she had received a package from Karen Bernhardt, a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, with two darling homemade bears made from our designer fabric.  Her assistant dubbed them Candy and Holly, after stampin'up's fabrics, which are named Candy Cane Christmas and Deck the Halls.

It was at about that time that I had seen fabric owls and vowed to myself that I would create them.  Owls are so in right now.  You can find them as candles, candle holders, decorations and on clothes.  The ones I made are suppose to be ornaments or stuff animals.  Instead, I decided to stuff the little ones with lavender for my daughters when they go to sleep at night.  Jordan has been asking about a dream catcher.  Well this is my su version of a dream catcher!  The bigger ones, I will probably stuff some with grains to create heat bags you warm up in the microwave for sore tummies.  (of course I would remove the buttons).  So here are my own version of Candy & Holly and their little ones! 

Holly & baby

Candy & baby

Merci Lysanne pour ton temps précieux!

Products used:

Accessories: Candy Cane Big designer buttons #121718, Deck the halls big designer buttons #121002, Regals designer buttons #119744

Big shot items:  Big shot die cut machine #113439, Bigz XL die Tasteful trim #120893, Extended cutting pads #113478

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3 Responses to “My version of Candy & Holly”

  1. Mari-Lynnon 26 Oct 2010 at 10:54 am

    Are you interested in selling these?  If so could you give me a price?  I LOVE THESE adorable owls!!!

  2. Cindy Majoron 30 Oct 2010 at 12:29 am

    Kim, that is too clever for words!!! LOVE the feathers made with the Tasteful Trims die (my fave die ever)… Thanks for sharing that fabulous idea!

  3. Jo-Ann Pullen (Canada)on 31 Oct 2010 at 12:57 pm

    love love love it I need to make these LOL

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