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Baby Bear Card

Make a sweet card for a baby gift. The iron-on threads on this Baby Bear Card give an embroidered look and add color and shine to the design. Handmade card ideas are a great option for a birthday or shower. Let your creativity shine through and add your own special touches to this adorable DIY design. Handmade card ideas show just how much you care without breaking the bank. This project is perfect for beginner or anyone who wants to try something new. Be careful - after working on this card, you may want to make all of your greetings.

Baby Bear Card


  • Blank White card
  • Blue-grey Astroparche cover stock from Wausau
  • Blue cardstock
  • Kopp Design Stick-Its cardstock stickers, Best Buds Accent
  • Meri Meri Accents- Teddy Bear
  • Fiskars paper edgers, Wide Scallop
  • Light blue marker
  • Kreinik Metallic Iron-on Threads in #8 Braid 6400 Blue Bell, 1/8" Ribbon 6400 Blue Bell
  • scissors
  • Iron
  • Teflon Presscloth



  1. First turn on your iron to its highest setting and allow it to heat up. Cut your Blue-grey parchment to the size of your card. Cut a smaller piece of blue cardstock and use your paper edgers to scallop two sides of it.
  2. Begin assembling your card. Center your parchment on your cards cover. Use your iron and Blue Bell ribbon to outline the parchment: lay the thread at a starting place, cover with the Teflon Press Cloth, then press for several seconds until the thread adheres. Continue working your design this way.
  3. Place your blue cardstock in the bottom right corner of your card. Place your Stick-It sticker in the corner and iron a border around it as well. Use the Bluebell braid to create a design on the rest of the blue cardstock.
  4. Next, embellish your bear. Use a light blue marker to color in the pads on his paws and feet. Then use your iron-on braid to outline the stitching. When finished, place your bear in the top left corner of your card.


Kreinik threads available through needlework stores or 


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