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    I made this one with another of my own folkart paintings: I painted this "wounded" teddy 2 years ago for a very dear friend who was suffering badly with unbearable pressure but refused to be "broken" _ My crying teddy has always meant a lot to me so I have enjoyed using it to create a template for kids cuts and scrapes , or times of battling illness any struggle -physically or emotional ...etc.. but it also suits scrapping any hard times we get thru with the help of friends .. and dont we all have them!!!
    But here he is.. My sooky Teddy:
    http://www.scrapbookmax.com/store/pr...9&cat=0&page=5
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    Last edited by Moonbeam; 01-08-2007, 04:50 PM.

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    Moonbeam this is adorable.


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    • #3
      Deanne, your teddy is beautiful, what a sad look on his sweet face!

      Marion

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      • #4
        No wonder your templates are so wonderful, you PAINT!! This is to die for!! Oh, maybe bad choose of words!! BIG WARM fuzzies possess me when I see this cutie!! Precious ALL round!! GO GIRL GO!!

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        • #5
          This is lovely!

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          • #6
            He's definitely on my hit , I mean wish list ! Gorgeous Moonbeam.
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            • #7
              Oh Moonbeam....such talent!!! You need to paint more of those teddy bears....he's got to be one of the cutest I've ever seen anywhere! This template is SOO awesome, it makes me want to redo my son's boo-boo page! I couldn't hardly anything when I went to do his page!

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              • #8
                Wel, thanks guys..I'm glad you like little Ted.
                Eng: How could you put a sad little bear on your "Hit List" LOL -poor thing

                Kristy: I have painted so many bear's I have lost count - but sold them in the shop sohe's the only one I "see" regularly (at my friends) but I must admit , of all the things I have painted , Teddies were always my favourite...and whenever I painted a teddy or an animal I always saved the eyes until last... how I loved adding that final touch..the eyes seemed to bring it to life and my bear was looking at me...I used to think I wonder how our creator felt when his creation "came to life" - any of our "creations" pale in comparison , but how wonderful that we have the need to create and get such satisfaction from it, no matter what field we choose as an outlet... Viva scrapbooking!!!

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                • #9
                  So true about our Creator, never really thought of it that way....from the artists point of view. I just looked at your Teddie again and he just looks so touchable! I'll have to buy this one - no doubt about it!

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