Recently some very good friends of ours came for dinner. They arrived with this absolutely stunning white bouquet, to thank us for our hospitality. I can't even begin to describe how wonderful a gesture that was.
For me, there is something so absolutely special about receiving flowers in the first place, but when I get an all white bouquet it simply takes my breath away.
These beauties lasted for over a week and brought me joy each and every time I walked in the room. What great friends and how thoughtful!
During their visit my girlfriend spent some time in the card room with me and she got a big kick out of this owl card I made while CASing one of Dawn Griffiths projects (see original post here).
She liked it so much in fact, that she asked me to make her five cards to give to her friends. I changed up a few of the colour details, but basically kept the same design features. I thought I'd share the cards I made for her, because they are just so darned cute.
The highlight of this card is the Owl Builder Punch. This unique punch is a two-step punch that cuts out all of the pieces you need to build an owl. The punch includes an owl body, detailed eyes (not just one circle size but three so you can create dimension), and a small heart. All you have to do to start creating just punch and then layer the pieces.
|The card base is done in Night of Navy with Whisper White and Cherry Cobbler layers. The Night of Navy DSP is from an old retired DSP pack I had and worked really well on the front of the card.|
|Here's a view of the inside of the card complete with this dressed up little owl. Isn't she cute!|
|I've added some google eyes and her dress is cut from beautiful red glimmer paper. The flower was cut from Silver glimmer paper and is topped off with a basic white rhinestone.|
Hope you enjoyed this post. The owl builder is such a versatile punch. There's no end to the characters you can make with it.