I make these authentic tear bears myself using the finest handcrafted mulberry paper in the world. No two items can be exact. They are handmade OOAK pieces. I make this piece by piece with great care and attention to detail. NOTHING IS PRINTED!
Tear Bears are furry mulberry paper embellishments used mainly for scrapbooking and card making. But they can also be used in many crafty décor ways. On frames, in frames, magnets and anywhere you want to add super cute.
I gave my first go at stamping. I had previously used face stamps and word stamps. But Craftin Desert Diva's released this cute zebra and I just had to have it. I also got their cute giraffe. www.craftindesertdivas.com. (Both are currently in stock).
I took Zebra paper, some neon blue and black cardstock, cut them using my Cricut Explore. I also cut out zebra outlines after downloading the free svg outline over on Facebook in Craftin Desert Diva's Gallery. I resized it to the measurements posted in the online store. It was much easier than it sounds.
I then hand stamped the outlines and colored them with gel pens and glued them to the cards. I originally used flower embellishments. But I actually made these for children so I replaced them with hearts.
The mini set includes: The Zebra, The Heart and the sentiment "Wildly Cute".
This is a picture of how it came to my mailbox yesterday. I have yet to try a giraffe. Right now I have to get back to tearing bears...