Jack O’ Lantern Punch Art
Super cute – super easy punch art project for Halloween!!!! Use as a holiday decoration or on a gift tag. Also very cute for a Halloween greeting card!!! Eliminate the jack o’ lantern face and make a cute pumpkin for fall!
Here’s a another cute card I just made. This one is an spring scene complete with bunnies and eggs. How’d I make eggs so tiny? I used a paw print punch. Super cool!!!
Thanks for taking a look,
Continuing with my new fav craft, punch art, I will be posting some of my spring punch art. I can’t say this duck is an original idea, in fact I looked extensively on-line before I started my project, but it combines the best of all of the great ideas I found and added a few unique touches of my own!
I like this craft because it gives you so much more range of die cuts than simply using your punches alone.
My ducky used a lot of different punches so you probably won’t have all of them – the challenge with punch art is to make the project with the punches you have on-hand. So let me know what you used to create your masterpiece!
To start off with you will need two graduated circle punches. As long as you have a “large” circle punch and another that is about one half an inch smaller you can make a ducky “easy-peasy”. Lots of punches other than the cloud can be used to make the wing; a small heart leaps to mind. A tiny heart can also be used to make the beak and feet. Cute duck feet can also be made from a small flower punch.
Punches & Materials
Thanks for taking a peek. I hope you enjoy this tutorial. I would LOVE to hear from you! . . . . . . . buggalcrafts
I’ve been fooling around working with my punches lately – learning what uses they can be put to other than punching say a heart from cardstock. So with Valentine’s Day coming up my thoughts went to sending a Valentine card!
I LOVE sheep and have found LOTS of versions of a Punch Art Sheep Card on-line! SO I am presenting to you my version of the Punch Art Sheep Card.
I bought my medium SMALLISH (to me) cloud punch on clearance with the intention to create a flock of sheep grazing on a card. When I got home the first thing I did was try to make a sheep. He did come out cute and I’ll show you him later but he is so tiny and I really wanted a bigger sheep.I did a search of the web and all I could find were sheep facing front using a scalloped circle punch. So I created my own side facing sheep using my oval cameo punch AND my new cloud punch. I have been “getting into” making 3D punches so I added another dimension (ha! ha!) to my sheep.
I hope you enjoy my newest baby!
I love cardinals so when I found the instructions on how to make these cute little red birds on-line at Blinkin’, Thinkin’, & Inkin’ I had to make them and adapted the instructions to fit my purposes. My birds are a little bigger than then ones by Ellen so if you need some tee-tiny ones check out her directions.
They are super easy, super cheap, and super cute!
They would be adorable perched on a fence, branch, or highline wire on a handmade winter greeting card.