Thursday, September 9, 2010

Even More Halloween Petal Punch Treats

Here's the next group of spooky treats made from the Petal Punch. Details below:

Mr & Mrs. Frankenstein:

Black Cat:


Mr. Vampire:

To make Frankenstein:
(2) Punched Petal pieces in Old olive

(2) Punched 3/8" Black Circles
(1) Punched 3/8" Old Olive Circles for the eye lids (2 shown in photo but only 1 needed)
(2) Googlie eyes
(2) Silver Brads

To make the "bolts", pierce and add silver brads slightly toward the front and about 1/4" from the bottom. Repeat on the other side.

Cut across the tops of the petal as well as the 1" circle. to make the "hair", I happen to have a grass punch. (It works great!). Add dimensional, apply to front. Then add eyes. Cut 1/2" Old Olive circles in half. Use Tombow adhesive to position on top of the googlie eyes. Use journaling pen for the mouth and scars.

To make Mrs. Frankenstein:
(2) Punched Petal pieces in Old Olive

(2) Punched 3/8" Black circles
(1) Punched 3/8" Old Olive circle, to be cut in half, draw eyelashes.
(2) Googlie eyes

Hair is made by using Verasmark ink and the Sweet Treat ice cream stamp on Black CS. Trim shape, add dimensional, attach. Use a white gel pen to hand draw the streaks in her hair. Then attach eyes. Hand draw the mouth using a Real Red Stampin' Write Pen.

To make cat:
(2) Punched Petal pieces in Black

(2) Punched 3/8" circles in So Saffron
(1) Punched Black Leaf from the Two Step Bird Punch
(1) Punched 1/2" Black Circles for paws
(2) sections of the 5 Petal Punch in Black for the ears
(2) Googlie Eyes

To make Cat ears: position Black CS in 5 Petal Punch as shown (see arrow).

To make tail, cut off excess "leaves", leaving the last "leaf" as shown. Attach to back using Tombow adhesive.

Use Sponge dauber to add Craft White ink gently around edges. Cut 1/2" Black circle in half, add dimensional, attach at bottom (paws). Use white gel pen to free hand draw mouth.

To make Mr. Vampire:
(2) Punched Petal pieces in Lovely Lilac

(2) Punched Real Red 3/8" Circles
(1) Punched Black 1" Circle
(2) Googlie Eyes

Use a 3/4" Circle Punch to make the hair shape. Place a dimensional, attach. Use a black journaling pen to free hand draw mouth. Add fangs using a white gel pen.

Supplies:
  • Stamps: Sweet Treats (retired)
  • CS: Old Olive, Black, Real Red, Lovely Lilac (retired), Si Saffron
  • Ink: Old Olive, Craft White, Lovely Lilac (retired)
  • Accys: Petal Card Extra Large Punch, 1" Circle Punch, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, 5 Petal Flower Punch, 3/4" Circle Punch, 1/2" Circle Punch, Two Step Bird Punch, Piercer, Silver Brads, Googlie Eyes (non SU), White Gel Pen, Journaling Pen, Real Red Stampin' Write Pen, Tombow Adhesive, Mini Glue Dots, Dimensionals, Sponging Daubers.

Thank you for stopping by today.............................

13 comments:

mochamama said...

Good gosh these are adorable, thanks for sharing!

Wanda Johnson said...

You are brilliant and so creative, Patti! Saw these on Stampin' Connection and had to leave a comment here too. TFS!

Creative Craft Corner said...

These are so cute....thanks for sharing!!

Karey

Whimcees said...

Hi Patti!

Your Halloween treats are wonderful! Thank you for the great tutorials!

Wishing you well!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

sandi maciver said...

girlfriend, you are having WAY TO MUCH FUN OVER HERE, tee hee, I am going to have to try these.

Patti said...

I love these. Bookmarked them all. I got that punch but only used it once. You have certainly given me loads of inspiration. TFS

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, these are fabulous. I'm going to have to get this punch.

Anonymous said...

Cute, cute, cute!

PJ(Jessie Adams)

- - Sheryl - - said...

oh my gosh I love the cat!

kathleenh said...

I keep trying to resist this punch and I keep coming to your blog and seeing your wonderful creations with it. Resistance is futile.....

lifesabeach32940 said...

Patti ~ WOW!! These are INCREDIBLE!!

md said...

Waouhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
j'adoreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
merci
biz MD

eunice said...

MUAHAHAHAHA!!!! So darned cute! Who but you would have figured out to use that leaf branch for kitty's tail? Love it all!