Thursday, 11 June 2015

Charlie Chaplin Silhouette Punch Art Card

I've got my Punchie on again!  Over the past few weeks I've been crafting up a storm with some pretty cool PUNCH ART cards. I've created a black and white card of Charlie Chaplin's silhouette for todays post and I just love it!
Some think punch art is really difficult and it needn't be the case. If you are just starting out try a simple object first, look at the indivdual pieces that make up that object and try to match them as best you can with what cutters you have. Remember it doesn't have to be too exact or too perfect!


Here's how I made him ...
I used only a few punches to create him.
BOWLER HAT - is made from half a circle and word window punch, I cut 2 and overlapped them
HAIR - a scallop circle cut in 2
MOUSTACHE - cut a wedge from a circle and cut a curve to create the mo
TIE - made from the retired 'what's up" punch, you could recreate with arrows or make a bow tie instead.
My inspiration sourced from Google



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