What you don’t celebrate Teddy Bear Day?
Well, we do.
Or at least one of the elementary school classes does.
Every year my Mom goes and reads to the children several teddy bear stories and usually give them a little bear treat.
This year’s treat~
Teddy Bear buttons and colorable tags that can be used as a bookmark.
And guess who made them all?
And my little helper.
A close-up of the tags~
I used the writing feature on my Cricut Explore to draw the bear from Teddy Bear Parade and to add the sentiment.
A little time saving tip is to make sure all your writing elements are the same color.
If not, you will be having to hit that little Cricut Go button continuously.
That is exactly what my little helper did.
She kept hitting that silly little button every time it blinked.
And it blinked a lot.
I used an adorable bear image from Miss Kate’s Cuttables to make my buttons.
These are 2.5″ making them the perfect size for the little ones.
According to my Mom not only did the kids loved them, but they had a fabulous Teddy Bear Day!
Bazzill Smooth White Cardstock, Cricut Black Pen, Teddy Bear Parade, Miss Kate Cuttables Bear Image, American Button Machine