Handmade Panda Bear Shape Card Using Cricut Create a Critter - Toronto Teacher Mom

Handmade Panda Bear Shape Card Using Cricut Create a Critter

Wednesday, February 27, 2013



My daughter had her first sleepover last weekend. Her friend celebrated her 8th birthday and, in lieu of gifts, she requested donations towards her Earth Rangers fundraising campaign to protect the Polar Bear and its habitat.

Of course, a handmade greeting card was in order. So I decided to create a shape card using the Cricut Create a Critter panda cut in mostly white to look like a polar bear. But it turned out looking more like a panda anyway!

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  1. Panda Bear, Polar Bear- either way, I think it looks great!

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    1. To-may-to... to-mah-to...

      Thanks Theresa!

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  2. Aww! so cute love the eyes heheh!

    Have a pandalicious week ;-)

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  3. Still super cute and how awesome she requested donations instead! Simply awesome.

    Happy WW

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    1. I thought that was a pretty awesome idea for an 8-year-old, too!

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  4. Very cute and creative. Thanks for linking up

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  5. so adorable! must make the receiver so happy :)

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  6. I love handmade cards and this one is oh so cute! Thanks for hosting.

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    1. It was fairly easy to put together, too! Thanks for stopping by, Judy!

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  7. Beautiful card, and such a lovely idea to donate :)

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    1. I was touched by her idea to give to charity, too. :)

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  8. Oh, jeeeez! That is way too cute! I LOVE IT!!

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    1. Thanks, Christine! It was fairly easy to make and lots of fun!

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  9. Lovely card and a wonderful gesture from her for her gift.

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  10. Love it, love it, love it! It's so adorable!

    Hugs, cute bear :)

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  11. I think that is an amazing thing to do - opt donations rather thatn presents, especially at 8.

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  12. You are so creative! That is incredible work.

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  13. Yippee! Happy Wordless Wednesday! Cute photos and thank you for linking up over at my blog. :)

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  14. Oh Diana! This is my absolute FAVOURITE card of yours!!! How totally adorable!!!

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2013/02/wordlesswednesday-week-1-resultsw-linky.html

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  15. That is a cute one! I need to show to my crafty teen...
    Happy WW!

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  16. My daughters would love this card! I have to share it with them. Thanks.

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  17. Cute little critter.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/02/wordless-wednesday-frickin-elephant.html

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  18. This is a great looking card, and you really have me thinking here! I can just imagine how much students would love cute cards like these. Even if teachers created a variety of different cards that students could use for writing, I bet that they would love sending notes to each other. What a great way to introduce a different writing form! Thanks for the idea!

    Aviva
    www.weinspirefutures.com

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  19. So cute! love panda..this is perfect for mt birthday ;)



    Kim T. of Impression EMEDIA

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