Who Wants A Little Owl Builder Halloween Bat?

I am SO excited to share with you the project I gave you the sneak peek of yesterday, it was a project I made for the current Stampin’ Celebration Sketch Challenge.  I WANTED TO SHOW HOW FUN your projects can be when you grab one of the MOST essential punches there happens to be… the OWL BUILDER PUNCH and get creative with it!!  (Oh, REMEMBER there is a special UPDATE for you at the end of this post…. little TEASER!!)

Using the Owl Builder Punch can help to create a FUN and festive Halloween Card created by Hand Stamped Style, THANKS for PINNING my project for more info visit my BLOG and FACEBOOK PAGE http://www.facebook.com/handstampedstyle

Using a punch can help to create a FUN and festive Halloween Card!

With a perfect alphabet set (the one I used is MORNING POST), some STAZ-ON INK, a few squares of Old Olive, Tangerine Tango, Rich Razzleberry, and Basic Black card stock, and a few punches you can create this simple but ADORABLE Halloween card!!

Using the Owl Builder Punch can help to create a FUN and festive Halloween Card created by Hand Stamped Style, THANKS for PINNING my project for more info visit my BLOG and FACEBOOK PAGE http://www.facebook.com/handstampedstyle

Add some different sized Googlie Eyes to make your Bat even CUTER!!

I created a small simple banner for the “HAPPY” sentiment on my card, and yes it is hand written but if you don’t like your handwriting then grab a simple small stamp and a marker to ink up just the word HAPPY and stamp it onto a thin 1/4″ strip of card stock.  I created this card using the sketch from Stampin’ Celebration, this one is super simple and try thinking outside the box to use different shapes for YOUR card or layout!

SCIC Sketches-004I loved this little guy and I am almost tempted to make him with a Santa hat so I can use him in December too, LOL!!

Using the Owl Builder Punch can help to create a FUN and festive Halloween Card created by Hand Stamped Style, THANKS for PINNING my project for more info visit my BLOG and FACEBOOK PAGE http://www.facebook.com/handstampedstyle

Sweet little FAT bat made with a few simple punches.

There are a few tips to keep in mind when creating ANY kind of punch art pieces… especially this one:

  • Shade the edges of your punched pieces.  This will give your creation some depth and 3-D effect and make it look more life-like.
  • Giving your punch art pieces an adorable smile or mouth will really MAKE your project and give it a little personality.  If you are uncomfortable with your mouth drawing skills, practice!  You can draw it on with a pencil first then go over with the black marker.

So are you dying to know how I made this goofy, spooky little dude?! It really is simple:

  1. Punch an owl body with black card stock
  2. trim off feet from owl body
  3. sponge the edges with white craft ink
  4. Punch 2 large oval punch shapes
  5. punch out a portion of the ovals using the 1-1/4″ scallop circle punch
  6. sponge the edges of the “wings” with white craft ink
  7. adhere the wings to the back of the body
  8. adhere your googlie eyes (I like to use 2 different sizes for FUN)
  9. draw on the smile and fangs with a white gel pen

Try making this little dude for yourself, it really is EASY!! Come and play along with us at Stampin’ Celebration- you should see the projects that the other talented Design Team Members have created as well.

Erica Cerwin – Pink Buckaroo Designs

Erin Gonzales -Hand Stamped Style (YOU ARE HERE!)

Rochelle Gould – I stamp, I create, I have fun!

Cori Kozak – Creative Chat

Nina Dee – Deesigns by Nina Dee

Lauri Ingram – Paperville Crafts

Krista Jensen – Krista’s Stamper Room

Anita Krul – My Paper Chronicles

Stampin’ Celebration Inspiration Challenge

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Comments

  1. I love what you’ve done with this sketch! What a great card! :)

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