I have another Baby or Child themed cut file for you today, it’s a cute little Teddy Bear and I made him look like he is waving to you. My Teddy cut file has quite a few layers to it but you can pick and chose which ones to use and therefore how much dimension you’d like to give him.

I found a scrap of pink gingham paper that was large enough to cut all of the pieces of my Teddy Bear from, I also cut some circles from the remaining scrap. I assembled my Bear using a combination of glue and 3d foam pads, I used the foam pads to give dimension to the head, feet and arm. I cut a white circle large enough for my Teddy to sit on, I trimmed off the 2 edges that overhung the sides of my card then glued the gingham circles behind the edge of the circle to form a scallop. I wrapped some seam binding around a square of pink patterned paper which I had sewn onto some white card, I then tied a bow and added a button and some thread. I mounted both of my layers onto my card base, I printed my sentiment in pink and cut a ribbon edge with scissors then stuck it down with more foam pads.

teddy card

Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)

Teddy by Bird

Teddy Digital Cutting File by Bird

Here are your Free Digi Sentiments:
(click on the image to expand before saving to your computer)

its a girl

its a boy

46 thoughts on “Teddy

  1. Alice

    Always so excited to get an email stating new pattern from you. Such lovely work. Thanks so much for sharing your designs Y talent.

  2. Lisa

    Thanks again for sharing!

    It really is the highlight of my day to open up my Google reader and see that there is a new post from you! I so look forward to seeing what you have shared with us!

    1. Bird Post author

      you don’t download them, you click on the sentiment and chose ‘save image as’, if you get a menu that doesn’t have ‘save image as’ then try clicking further towards the top of the image and a different menu should pop up. Hope it helps :)

  3. Barb

    My goodness! You keep turning out such adorable files and cards! I don’t have your skills so I am always amazed by your quality and endless ideas! Keep ’em coming!

  4. Misty

    Adorable Adorable! Your card is so lovely in delicate pinks and white. I love the gingham paper and the stitching! I just finished posting my patchy bear last night on my blog and how perfect to find your sweet baby bear in my email this morning. I can’t wait to make it! Thanks for sharing yet another great card!

  5. Carol W

    I wish I could do what you do and try to offer you some designs in return as thanks!
    This is another lovely file. You have a knack for making your designs just detailed enough to look special, but not too intricate or hard to cut well. Just superb.

  6. txgrandma

    I am always amazed when I come to your site and see all the wonderful things you share with us. Thanks so much for these wonderful cut files and images. They are much appreciated and I can tell I am not the only one who likes your work!

    1. Bird Post author

      There are 7 formats included so I think you should find a format for pretty much any of the electronic cutting machines on the market :)

  7. carole

    Hi, I love the look of this file but can’t work out what bits to cut in different colours. I seem to have a lot of bits left over.Tummy and arms don’t look right.

    1. Bird Post author

      The only pieces I cut in white are the nose area, the tummy and the smaller of the feet pieces.
      To give areas that are the same colour some definition I added some 3d foam pads, I did this on the arm, head and larger feet pieces :)


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