Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Owl Punch Turkey

Here is another altered owl for you Owl Punch fans! I dressed up this little guy for Thanksgiving and he is ready for some pumpkin pie! He'll skip the main course, though, if you don't mind. I'm sure you understand!

There are three punches used in this project: the Owl Builder Punch, Scallop Circle Punch (for the tail fan), and a punch from the Itty Bitty Punch Pack (for the wattle). For those of you who think I am either terribly smart or a farm girl to know what a wattle is, you are wrong on both counts; I Googled it. The beak is just a small square folded in half.
Stampin' Up! Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Teeny Tiny Wishes
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede, Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Cherry Cobbler
Designer Series Paper: Spice Cake
Ink Pads: Soft Suede
Tools: Two Step Owl Builder Punch, Scallop Circle Punch, Itty Bitty Punch Pack
Accessories: More Mustard Scallop Dots Ribbon, Linen Thread, Dimensionals

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Margaret said...

This is too incredibly cute!!! I am always amazed at the different ways to use this owl punch!! So glad I have it!!!!Fabulous colors and paper!!

Laura P. said...

Hi Sandy, How cute is that turkey?! I love the use of the owl punch on this year's version. Will you be making placecards again this year, or was it candy holders? I'm with your little guy...will skip the main course and eat the pie!Cute card!

Anonymous said...

My favorite punch! Love it! So clever!

Jodi said...

What a great idea! I will definitely be giving this a try with my owl punch. And I even have the scallop circle punch now too!

Diane Smith said...

Sandy, I love this turkey! I am going to case it (giving you credit!) for my November club. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Way cute - It is a project that my son James and I can do together (he has Down's Syndrome) and he can send the cards to his grandma and the rest of the relatives too. Thanks for the great idea. You ROCK.
Debbie - Orting, WA