Would you believe this card was made with the Two Step Extra-Large Owl Punch? Yes, that's true! How sweet is that when you can use these punches to make other designs other than for what it was intended. I would love to take credit for it but I cannot. I totally cased this card.
I think you get the idea of how it was made. You will need to sets of punched owls using the Two Step Extra-Large Own Punch in the color of your choice and then hand trim into a curve or use your oval or round circle punch to align to get that curve. The center petal of the flower was created with a small oval punch. The leaves were created with a circle punch but an oval punch would create more gently curved leaves. And finally top it off with the Decorative Label Punch. Pretty neat, huh? This card requires very little stamping and mostly punching.
Flower petals and leaves were adhered with dimensionals as was the Decorative Label with the stamped Happy Easter greeting. It really was not as hard as it looks to make. Just do a bit of experimenting.
Paper: Whisper White CS, Daffodil Delight CS, Concord Crush In-Color CS, Pear Pizazz In-Color CS
Ink: More Mustard Ink Pad, Wild Wasabi Ink Pad
Accessories: Two Step Extra-Large Owl Punch, Decorative Label Punch, Scissors, Oval and Circle Punch, Word Window Punch, sponge, Dimensionals, Big Shot, Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder, Snail
Love the way it came out. It is just a matter of having a good vision of how to use your tools differently! I thought this was very creative. Kudos to whomever envisioned this and thanks for sharing.
Hope you get to play around with your Two Step Extra-Large Owl Punch. Let's see what you can come up with.
Thanks for stopping by and happy stamping,