A balloon, a moon, a jackolatern, Christmas lights, an owl, a spider, a bee, a bird, a snail, a violin, a baby face, a catepillar, a lamb, a football, a tennis ball, a golf ball (notice it's divets), a mouse with cheese, a duck in water, a taco, scissors, an octopus, apples-whole and eaten, a chimp face, and a turtle. (and a partridge in a pear tree...lol....ohhhhh, guess I have to design another one...lol)
These are all made with SU! punches, a pair of SU! snips, a black and brown SU! marker, a white SU! gel pen, and some adhesive.
Date: Friday, April 13, 2007 GMT Views: 2712
Registered: October 3, 2005 Location: Mesa, AZ Posts: 204
Fri, Apr 13, 2007 @ 1:15 PM
The Christmas tree light bases are 3/4 square punch on two sides with the 1/4 handheld circle halfway.
The scissors-one uses the 1 3/8 circle and the bigger ones the large oval. Cut slivers and over lap them. Then use the 1/4 circle for pivot point. Handles are 1/4 circle and then pucnhed with 1/2 circle. Punch in that order or you'll be fighting yourself to hold that tiny piece in place. :o)
Oh, and I'm sure it will come up--the octopus and the snail us the wrought iron punch.
Registered: June 9, 2005 Location: Vegas Baby Posts: 637
Fri, Apr 13, 2007 @ 9:25 PM
AAAKKKKK!!! you need to stop!!! (not really, please keep them coming!!!) I just got my square steps and 3/4in cir & square yesterday and now it looks like I need to order more!!! Thank you so much for your creativity!!!!!