Build a Bear Workshop.

Here is a Build a Bear project where you don’t have to do too much altering of the die.  I created a Santa Bear and an Angel Bear.  The only trick to these ornaments is that when you cut the wings for the angel, use the Butterfly die and then put the wings on upside down. 

For the Santa Bear, use the Beary Merry Die Cut to cut the clothing and the Bear Die to cut the bear.  I cut everything using stiff felt.  For the clothing, I added Big Shot Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets to the felt to make for easier assembly.  This is totally unnecessary, but if you are doing this project with the kids, it makes the project go smoother for the kids and you don’t have to wait for glue to dry.  You can also do the same with craft foam.  You can also find craft foam with adhesive already on “installed.”  Once your bear is dressed, just glue it to a wooden clothes pin.  Use the same technique to make a Mrs. Santa Bear.

For the angel, I cut her clothes using the Beary Dressy die cut and I also my wings from a window sheet using the Beautiful Butterflies die.  I sponged some Shimmer Paint onto the wings to give them some sparkle.  I dressed and assembled the ornament, attaching it to another clothes pin.  You could also make a boy angel just using the regular clothing dies.

God Bless and Happy Stampin!
Charity

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