Saturday, 1 September 2012

Pink & brown punch owl

Stamps: Little Bitty Bird (PTI); Stripes (HA)
Ink: Chocolate Brownie (Elzybells); Angel Pink (Memento)
Other: circle punches, heart punch, crop-a-dile
I made the owl using this tutorial here as a guide, but used the heart punch for the toes & the beak, & a CuttleBug bracket for the head / ears shape.  Inspired (too late...) by last week's LIM tearing challenge, I created a rough tree, then added a sponged pink branch for the owl to sit on.


Still sifting thro' post holiday ironing, & the shopping is due to be delivered any minute, so had better go & look busy... Nearly Wednesday.  I can hold on till then!

Linking to:
Less is More: Week 83 ~ Pink & Brown

20 comments:

  1. Delightful, love the image

    Kathyk

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  2. How brilliant is that owl, what a great idea - love it! :)

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  3. Hi Rebecca
    Your owl s SO cute, fabby card
    Thanks very much
    Mandi
    LIM

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  4. This is gorgeous. Your owl is so cute.

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  5. Awwwww how cute is this! Really fab,

    Rebecca x

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  6. oh I do love owls and this one is so cute x

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  7. Beautiful blends of pink and browns. What a sweet owl and I love that branch!

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  8. So beautiful and jolly, I love it so much, cause I love owls, and your creation is breathtaking for me!
    Hugs Anja

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  9. what a sweetie your owl is - I will have to check out your tutorial

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  10. What a cutie!
    Love this little chap!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  11. This is so cute. Thank you for the tutorial!

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  12. Great card love the Owl xx Jan

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  13. Fabulous, will have to check out the tut.

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  14. This one made me smile - it's fab. x

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  15. Such a cute fellow! Love the little branch he's sitting on.

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  16. Love your little owl - he's so cute sitting on that branch.

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  17. What an imaginative card. I am going to give the tutorial a go.

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