Sunday, October 17, 2010

Stampin' Up! Owl Punch Penguin Card

[10-15-11, edited to add: It seems this card is getting a lot of views again, so I posted a free tutorial with instructions so you re-make this card at home. Click here to download the PDF tutorial. Thanks for visiting!]

What a crazy weekend! Scratch that, what a crazy month!! I feel like it's been one thing after another and another and I can hardly keep up with it! Here's a quick post for tonight. It's another sneak peek from my Outstanding Owl Punch Class (click here to see the first card).

There are three more cards, using the punch to make things other than owls! If you live in Champaign (or nearby), you can attend this class in person on October 26. Or, you can get the kit with instructions to complete at home.

This card was inspired by several cards that I saw on Stampin' Connection. I made it after viewing many samples, so I don't have just one person to credit. I love this online demonstrator community for sharing ideas and discussing all things Stampin' Up!

Supplies: Short & Sweet, Whisper White cardstock, Pumpkin Pie cardstock, Basic Black cardstock, Bashful Blue ink & cardstock, Northern Flurry Embossing Folder (Big Shot), Two-Step Owl Punch, 2-Way Glue, Dazzling Diamonds glitter

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Tracey said...

I love your penguin's, they're so cute! I think I'll have to make one of these cards too!

Allison said...

This is so cute! Way to feature the versatility of the owl punch!
Love the embossing and glitter too!

Michelle - UK said...

Thank you for the penguin tutorial, have just bought the owl punch so will give this a try.

Gail Park said...

Dear Julie,
Thanks so much for posting the penguin tutorial. I'm so spatially challenged and kept looking at my upside down owl that I'd cut the feet off of and knew it wasn't right, but was not able to figure out what I'd done wrong! I linked your tutorial on my card at splitcoaststampers. Here's a link to the card and I bet you'll see some traffic on your blog!
Thanks again for sharing! Gail

Yapha said...

Great card, and thank you for the tutorial! In the process of making one now! The penguins are just too cute!

Anonymous said...

They are sooo! cute. Thanks