Technique Tuesday – Animal Owl Punch Art!!!

Happy Tuesday!!! That means I have a fabulous technique to share with you! I am doing 4 more animals using the Owl Builder Punch!!! You can see the Punch Art samples from the past months here, here and here! I hope you are enjoying all of these fabulous creations as much as I am!

Penguin, Chicken, Mouse, and Fish,

Aren’t these adorable?!?!?! The penguin is perfect for Christmas and Winter cards. They are all super cute for kid’s cards, birthday party decor and so much more! You can see the wet glue in my photos so it looks like I will need to be a little bit more precise on glue use next time! It really isn’t that noticeable in person but the camera really made it shine!

Chicken Punch Art,

For the Chicken, I used the Owl Builder Punch and 1-3/4″ Scallop Circle Punch! You will need Real Red, Pumpkin Pie and Whisper White cardstock. I punched out one owl body and a half of the scallop circle in Whisper White. I punched out a half of owl body with the feet in Pumpkin Pie and one heart. I punched out to Real Red hearts. You will snip off the white feet and the owl ears/horns. Just round out the top of the owl body and adhere the Pumpkin Pie feet to the back. Adhere the owl body on the scallop circle and then place the hearts and googly eyes on. I used the new Fine Tip Glue Pen for adding the hearts! It was super easy since the tip is very precise…..but I think I can use a lot less than I did. ๐Ÿ™‚

Fish Punch Art,

For the fishy, I used just the Owl Builder Punch and some Pumpkin Pie and Pacific Point cardstock. You will need 1 Owl Body, 2 Breast Pieces, 1 Heart, and 1 Circle (the one above the owl body). Snip off the owl feet and place the heart there for the lips. The breast pieces peak out on the top and bottom as fins. I attached the googly eye to the blue circle and then to the fishy! For this one, I used the Fine Tip Glue Pen and again I used a little bit too much! Once it was dry, it didn’t shine as much as it did in the photos!

Mouse Punch Art,

For the little mousy, I used the Owl Builder Punch and some Basic Gray, Whisper White, and Pink Pirouette cardstock. You will need an owl body, heart, 2 white circles (the smaller ones above the body), 2 pink small circles, and 2 gray larger circles. Then for the tail you will line up the punch with the already punched owl body and just allow a little sliver to be punched out. Don’t worry I show it in action in the video tutorial below! ๐Ÿ™‚ I layered the gray and pink circles together and placed those on the owl body after cutting off the owl ears/horns and rounding it out! I added the white circles for the eyes and with a Basic Black Marker added a little beady eye. After adding the pink heart as a nose, I drew a few whiskers on there as well! You could always use googly eyes as well! I used the Fine Tip Glue Pen for all of the adhering but again less is better!

Penguin Punch Art,

For the Penguin, I used the Owl Builder Punch and some Basic Black, Whisper White, and Pumpkin Pie cardstock. You will need an owl body, breast piece, partial body with the feet, a heart, and 2 white circles (the smaller ones above the body). I started out by cutting off the owl ears/horns and rounding it out like those above! I snipped off the black feet and adhered the orange feet to the penguin. I placed the breast piece on pretty low on the owl body and then the white circle up higher for the eyes. You can always draw them in with a marker or add googly eyes! I really love googly eyes because they really make him come to life. For the little beak, I just cut it out of the heart. I used the Fine Tip Glue Pen on all of the little pieces which made it super easy but I need to use less next time!

To see all of these in action, check out my Video Tutorial below or by clicking here! Don’t forget to give it a thumbs up if you liked it and be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on any more of these and other fabulous videos!

Let me know in the comments below which is your favorite??? I like the Mouse the best! ๐Ÿ™‚

Happy Punchin’


4 thoughts on “Technique Tuesday – Animal Owl Punch Art!!!

  1. Thank you for posting these. I bought the punch because people told me I could make other things with it but I didn’t know how. You made my day. Thank you for being so willing to share your skills.

    • Yeah!!!! Glad you have great ideas to use your punch! I have posted lots of ways to use the Owl Punch as well as Video Tutorials! Enjoy! ~Laura

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