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eatcakevintage Eat Cake! bears and vintage
Ormond Beach, FL
Posts: 242

bigbrown4.jpgpurjadebears1.jpgI haven't named him yet, thinking Chicory. He is a 13" traditional style bear that has been aged to that well-loved stage. I used a couple of new (to me) techniques on this one. I painted the dye on the backing and I aged him with another dye. Hope you like him. He will be on ebay later tonight. Along with the lovely lavender panda that is still currenty homeless.  bear_cry 

Also a brown traditional bear I completed awhile ago, but he wasn't ready. He is a rather stout brown bear and he wears a old horse show ribbon that says 1949 on the button.

bearsofbath Bears Of Bath
Bath, UK
Posts: 2,223

They are all adorable :clap:  :clap: I love the aged look you have given them bear_wub

denisepurrington Out Of The Forest Bears
Posts: 1,395

Ahhhh, they are really sweet  bear_wub  bear_wub  bear_wub
:hug:  Denise

New Avenue Crew New Avenue Crew by Debora Hoffmann
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Posts: 1,959

They are so sweet, Barbette. I like your style!

desertmountainbear desertmountainbear
Bloomsburg, PA
Posts: 5,399

Love them all, really like the fabric you have dyed using the procian, looks great.

Melisa Nichols Melisa's Bears
Hazelton, BC
Posts: 5,811

They are so beautifully vintage looking - love them all!   bear_wub  bear_wub  bear_wub

Jack&Lilia Jack & Lilia
Posts: 3,488

I love them all!  bear_wub  bear_wub  bear_wub .....your bears are adorable Barbette  :hug:

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