Monday, August 3, 2015

DIY Teddy Bear Bookmark


I love teddy bears!  When I was younger, I had heaps of stuffed animals, but my favorite were teddy bears.  I even collected them at one point.  So, it was a no brainer that I was going to make some bear bookmarks for the craft show.  Here is a step by step on how to make your own using polymer clay!

14 comments:

  1. He's adorable! You are so talented!

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  2. Just push the buttons on your little teddy bear to make him sing to your little one and watch his face as he listens to it. You can expect your baby to start singing right along with the bear in no time at all.Jättinalle

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  3. A handmade bookmark is a great gift for an avid reader. You can give it away to family members and friends or keep it as a nice treat for your next book.
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  7. Glad to learn you love your teddy bear most. While scrolling my mouse pointer down on the google serp, I came across to your wonderful site. The work you explained step by step really very knowledgeable and admirable. Love your DIY Crafts. Thank you very much.

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