Adorable teds!

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I purchase these wooden die cutters from max on eBay.  The faces are blank, which I like, as this allows for more creativity!   

I start by inking the edges with Tim holtz vintage photo distress ink.  I then place the eyes I've made onto face, draw a line half way round the eyes, as a reference point, to draw the eye lashes. After drawing the eye lashes I attach the eyes and draw the eye brows.  I then Attach the nose & using a white pen draw two white dots in centre of eyes and one smaller dot to the side.  Using pink chalks I blend some into each side of the face.   These die cutters are incredible versatile and their useses are endless.  They look beautiful on scrap pages, toppers, scrapbooks, tags & are so cute on paper bags or gifts that you send out to chrildren too:).   I love making little skirts for the teds too!  I buy small cupcake cases, cut them in halve & layer them to create a ruffle look!  The top is cut from the teds body but you can get very creative with these wooden die cutters.  You don't need to be an artist:)  but of course it would be a little easier if we were!!    They also look so adorable on a bunting for a child's birthday party or even in a child's bedroom adoring their wall!!  We've had so much fun using these wooden die cutters & learnt a lot about the eyes & drawing eye lashes:).  
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