Stampin’ Up! New Owl Punch

Monday, August 16, 2010

I really had a lot of fun with the new Owl Punch.? I used it in my Big Shot club last week as well as the make and takes for the Open House.? We made the wood grain technique in the Big Shot club and is shown on both cards.? On the one card I used the 1 3/4″ Circle punch and punched out the wood grain card stock then I matted it on Daffodil Delight; punched the Owl out and mounted it on the front of the card.? On the other card the wood grain was done the same with the Big Shot and the Owl was put on the front of the card on a Two Tags bookmark.??I used the Two Tags die and made?it into a?bookmark; this was closed over the top of the card.? We also made the little sticky note keychain holder with the little Owl on the front.

I want to thank the Demonstrators from the Stampin’ Connection website (Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator website) for their inspiration for my projects.?? All you girls ROCK!

I hope you enjoy the Owl punch as much as I have.

Have a Great Day!

5 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! New Owl Punch

  1. Nova Haggstrom says:

    Where can I find the instructions for the bookmark? I would love to make it using angry bird instead of the owl.

  2. Barbara Hughes says:

    I’d like to order the bow-maker block set, which I understand your son invented and is selling. Jane Parker of Lampasas showed it to me. I love bows and think this invention is great. Please let me know how to order it and how to make check payable?
    Many thanks, Barbara Hughes, Horseshoe Bay, TX (near Austin)

  3. denise schneider says:

    hi! can you tell me how you got the circle punch at the base of each end? is it a diecut? thanks….denise

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