Cookie Cutter Day Five

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Saturday, 15 October 2016

Amazing Birthday Card
This dog also uses the skeleton stamp for it's head. The stamp was inked with a black marker pen so that just the top part of its face was stamped, then the muzzle and ears were hand drawn afterwards.
The body is punched from the cookie cutter punch and black lines are hand-drawn around to match it with the head.
The food bowl is the hat from the scarecrow stamp and the bones are from the skeleton of course.

Do you like this one?
I think it is my favourite!
Rhonda

 

Cookie Cutter Day Four

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Friday, 14 October 2016

Get Well Card (for someone in hospital...)
Hopefully it will make them smile a little.
The skeleton is stamped on vellum.
The arms are from the legs from the cookie cutter punch and the legs are the arms cut shorter to be feet and side of the body becomes the leg.
Clear as mud??

Rhonda

 

Cookie Cutter Day Three

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Thursday, 13 October 2016

Hello Monkey Card
This little guy is made using the Cookie Cutter Vampire Face, the Cookie Cutter Punch and the Botanical Blooms stamps and framelits.
Here are the punch instructions-

Rhonda

 

Cookie Cutter Day Two

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Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Bride and Groom
I used the eskimo stamp for the bride (from Cookie Cutter Christmas) and the vampire stamp for the groom (from Cookie Cutter Halloween).

The brides dress uses the owl punch for the veil and top part of her dress. Bottom part of dress is a 1 1/4" circle cut in half. The groom stamp was coloured with a black marker so that the cross medallion wasn't included. I also coloured in his teeth.

Rhonda

 

Cookie Cutter Punch

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Tuesday, 11 October 2016

I have a treat for you!
For the next seven days, I am going to be posting daily, projects made using the new Cookie Cutter Punch and corresponding stamps.
First is this Eskimo and Igloo:
The Curvy Keepsake Box is the perfect size for the little Eskimo I reckon.
The punched figure doubles as a gift tag.
What's inside the box? Why eskimo sweets, of course!
Rhonda

 

Best Badge Punch

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Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Pocket full of posies...
Today, I have a card for you that shows a simple way to use the best badge punch.
Cut the top off it and turn it into a pocket!

Don't throw away the tiny piece that you cut off the top. Use it to add extra detail to the pocket.

Rhonda

 

 

Hockey Punch Art

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Monday, 19 September 2016

A card for a Hockey Coach
I recently got asked to make a thank you card for a hockey coach and this is what I came up with.
What do you think of it?

The hockey sticks are made from a 2.8cm strip of card. Punched with the word window to give the inner curve. Punched with the 1 3/4" circle punch (with card inserted at the top) to give the outer curve. Hockey ball is a 3/4" circle.
Hockey sticks are made narrower at the top by trimming the sides with scissors.
The grass is made from the Halloween Scenes edgelit dies. (New this month!)


Rhonda

 

 

Bendy Fold Card

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Monday, 12 September 2016

"A little touch of country" card
Isn't this a great fold? I do have instructions for making this style of card on my tutorial page.
This one was made with the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamps and Sprinkles of Life stamps.
The cute little picket fence is from the new Halloween scenes edgelit dies.
Contact me if you would like to order these dies for yourself.
Here is a close up of the scarecrow. I stamped his face with woven fabric stamp from the Timeless Texture stamp set to give the look of sacking.
Thanks for looking... From Rhonda

 

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