Saturday, January 30, 2010

Stampin' Up! Punch Art Scrapbook Page Turtle and Frog

I needed to make some quick scrapbook pages for a Ronald McDonald house project so I thought about punch art.  I will share a girls page tomorrow.  I searched and found some cute animals on Splitcoast Stampers.  I do not know who came up with the original ideas for these, but if it was you please email me and let me know and I will give credit to you. 

The turtles were made with:

1 - 1 3/4" circle Always Artichoke
1 - 1 3/8" circle Old Olive
1 - 3/4" circle Always Artichoke
4 - 1/2" circles Always Artichoke
7 - 1/4" circles Barely Banana
2 - 1/4" circles Whisper White
2 - 1/8" circles Basic Black

for tail - punch one 3/4" circle from Always Artichoke and then cut a 1/2" circle in the shape of a semi circle (smile I call it)  Cut that in half and attach for tail.  I forgot to put that piece in the photograph below. You can see a similar piece in the frog pieces photograph.  I sponged Always Artichoke on the green pieces except for the tail.




                                             

For the Frog you will need:

1 - 1 3/4" circle Always Artichoke
1 - 1 3/8" circle Old Olive
2 - 3/4" circles Always Artichoke
2 - 1/2" circles Whisper White
2 - 1/4" circles Basic Black
2 - small flowers from Boho Blossoms punch Always Artichoke
2 - small ovals Always Artichoke
1 - large oval Always Artichoke
For smile - cut 3/4" Basic Black and then cut 1/2" circle form that in a smile shape.  Sponge green pieces with Always Artichoke.
For eyes the Always Artichoke circles are glued behind the oval and the white and black in front of the oval.


                                    


                                     


The scrapbook page is Barely Banana 12" x 12" with an 8 1/2" x 11" Old Olive card stock piece layered on top.  The letters are a sizzix alphabet die.

5 comments:

Cindy said...

I absolutely love your pages! These punch animals are very cute - great job!

sandy said...

Great looking as always Tammy. Hey, how 'bout we do some punch art in your next class.

Tammy Q Howell said...

Great idea Sandy! I will come up with a class for that.

e_donaldson said...

This is too cute too! Love the little turtle!! Thanks for sharing the instructions for piecing them together too, I REALLY appreciate that!

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ArtisticInkspirations said...

Too too cute.. I will have to make some of your turtles for my neighbor..she collects turtles. I made one that held a little hershey nugget last year and she begged it off me.. :)