Written and Created by PaperCraftCentral Susan
A Papercraft bear can easily be created with a your paper punches, a marker and some cardstock. Why not make one for your next baby or toddler card or scrapbook layout?
"Teddy bears don't need hearts as they are already stuffed with love"
Making a papercraft bear out of circle and oval shapes may seem an unlikely quest at first, but it is really quite an easy thing to do! That's all the shapes I used to make mine. If you do not have paper punches, you can make the shapes with a compass and pencil, and by tracing around a stamped oval shape, for example. If you do have the correct punches or Big Shot dies/framelits it makes the process so easy and quick.
Here are the punches and tools I used:
I chose Stampin' Up!'s Chocolate Chip and Creamy Caramel (retired) cardstock and a Chocolate Chip Stampin' Write marker. I also used my two way glue pen. You will need these shapes:
I hope yours is starting to look like you want it to! There are only a few steps to go so click on the link below to see the rest of the instructions on the next page. Remember, you can decorate the finished design in your own style, colours, and for your own purposes.
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