For the Devil, I used Real Red, Basic Black and Whisper White cardstock scraps. I punched a full Owl Body, heart, and sliver of the body for the tail in Real Red. The eyes were punched out with the two sizes of circles. I used a Basic Black Marker for the dots in the eyes and the little mouth. To assemble, I used the Fine Tip Glue Pen!
For the Cow, I used Blushing Bride, Basic Black and Whisper White cardstock scraps. I punched a two full Owl Body pieces in whisper white and a sliver of the body for the tail. I punched one owl body in Basic Black and four skinny rectangles for the legs. I used the 1″ Circle Punch to punch out the nose in Blushing Bride. First, I cut off the feet from both of the white owl bodies. I added the pink nose and used a Basic Black Marker for the dots in the eyes and the little nose holes. I cut off one of the little feet from the black owl body and added it to the cow face for a little hair. I used the Fine Tip Glue Pen for all of the little pieces. I cut off the other little black foot and added it to the white tail and connected it to the cow. I added the four legs in various lengths so it looked more 3D. I took the black owl body and cut odd shapes out of it to create the spots on the cow!
For the Zebra, I used Blushing Bride, Basic Black, Basic Gray, and Whisper White cardstock scraps. I punched a full Owl Body piece in Whisper White and Basic Gray. I took the white owl and cut off the ears and rounded off the head. I also slide the bottom portion into the 1″ Circle Punch to cut out the nose and cut off the feet. Then I attached this to the Basic Gray owl body. I cut off the gray feet as well. I punched out a 1-1/4″ Scallop Circle Punch in Basic Black and attached it to the back of the head! I punched out lots of slivers of the owl body in black to create the stripes. I used the Fine Tip Glue Pen for all of the little pieces. I used a Basic Black Marker for the nose holes and eyes. To finish it off as a girl Zebra, I punched out two hearts from the Owl Builder Punch in Blushing Bride. I overlapped the hearts to create the bow!
If you would like to see all of these in action, check out my Video Tutorial below or click here. I show you how to create those little slivers to use for the tails and zebra stripes as well! Be sure to give it a thumbs up if you liked it and check out all the other Owl Punch Art Creations!
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