Technique Tuesday – Owl Builder Punch Animals!!!

Happy Tuesday!!! That means I have some fabulous techniques to share with you! Today I’m sharing more Punch Art using the Owl Builder Punch! I hope you are all enjoying this series! Click to see the September Punch Art and October Punch Art! Now let’s get started on the November Punch Art!

November Punch Art,

With all of the different holidays coming up, I thought I would share the Turkey, Moose, Reindeer and Lion this month! Lots of animals…..and yet not one owl! 🙂 Let’s get started!

Turkey Punch Art,

This little turkey was created with the Owl Builder Punch! You need a Soft Suede owl body and breast piece. You will need a Pumpkin Pie lower owl body including the feet. You will need 4 Pumpkin Pie Banners from the Banner Punch! Also, 3 Cajun Craze Banners and 3 Soft Suede Banners. You will need a Real Red heart from the Owl Builder Punch and 2 white circles from the Owl Builder Punch. I brushed the edges of the breast piece with a Soft Suede Sponge Dauber to add a little darker color and dimension. I cut of the Soft Suede feet and adhered the Pumpkin Pie piece to the back allowing those feet to show! Layer the 3 banners together for all of the feathers and adhere those to the back of the owl body. For the eyes, I used a Daffodil Delight Marker to color the bottom half and then a Basic Black Marker to color the dots! I added those to the body with Mini Glue Dots! I used the 4th Pumpkin Pie banner to cut the triangle nose and paired that with the heart for his gobbler!!! He is so cute!!! You could use him on a tag, place setting, treat bag, or card this Thanksgiving!

Reindeer Punch Art,

The little reindeer uses the Owl Builder Punch and Bird Builder Punch! You will need 1 owl body and 2 leaves from the bird punch in Soft Suede. I used Red Glimmer Paper for his nose and punched it out with the small circle in the Owl Builder Punch. I added the nose with Mini Glue Dots and put the leaves on the top of his head! I added googly eyes because I think they are adorable and drew in the mouth with a Basic Black marker! He would be perfect for a tag, treat bag or even on a card!

Moose Punch Art,

The moose uses the Owl Builder Punch, Elegant Butterfly Punch and 3/4″ Circle Punch! I used lots of shades of brown to give him some dimension and variation. The owl body was punched in Chocolate Chip, the antlers with the Elegant Butterfly Punch were punched in Soft Suede and the circle was punched in Early Espresso! I used a Basic Black Marker to color 2 little nose holes (like tear drops) and then adhered it to the owl body. Of course I cut off the little feet from the owl. I cut the butterfly wings off and rounded them off a little. I attached the wings behind the owl body for the antlers and added the googly eyes!!!

Lion Punch Art,

This little Lion was created with the Owl Builder Punch and the 1-3/4″ Scallop Circle Punch! I punched the owl body out in Crushed Curry and the little heart from the Owl Builder punch in Chocolate Chip. The scallop circle was punched out in Cajun Craze. I cut off the little feet from the owl and added the googly eyes and the heart nose. I used a Mini Glue Dot for the nose… sure to push it all onto the paper before placing it on the owl otherwise it will look like a snotty nose like mine above. 🙂 I used a Chocolate Chip Marker to create the mouth and the little freckles! I layered this onto the scallop circle and you are all done! This would be perfect for a kid’s birthday party favor, tag, or card!

If you would like to see all of these in action, check out the Video Tutorial below or by clicking here! Be sure to give it a thumbs up if you liked the video! Don’t forget to Subscribe to My Channel so you don’t miss any of my other videos and next month’s Punch Art!

Which little animal is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below! I think the lion is my favorite or the reindeer! They are all just so cute!

Happy Stampin’


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