Punch Art is so much fun and the Owl Builder Punch is the most versatile punch I know of! Today I’m going to show you how to create the Devil, Cow, and Zebra! Let’s get started!
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!
Let me know which one your favorite is in the comments below!!!
These are so cute and so much fun to make.
That they are! The Owl Builder Punch is so versatile! ~Laura