Bear Punch

6a00d8341d73f053ef01156fa7b540970c-800wi Hi,  my video today is how to make this Teddy Bear.

The cardstock colors are Creamy Caramel, Close to Cocoa, Basic Black & Whisper White. 

The list of punches include:  Scallop Circle, 1/8", 1/4", 1/2" 3/4" & 1" Circle.


Other items used:  Tombow Liquid Glue, Black Marker, White Gel Pen, Sponges & a Quickstik by Quickutz.


If you have any questions, let me know.   Thanks!! 
p.s. I'm working the instructions (pdf file) but it may take me until tomorrow evening to get it loaded.  When it's ready I'll post the link here.


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Date: 4:54 AM | Permalink | Comments (21)

Comments

  1. Judy Boggs

    How cute!!! I just love these little animals. I made one with you and mine has a personality all his own. Fun! Fun! Thank you, Angie.
    Judy B.

  2. sara

    I love all your video’s! I really wish I owned punches. They are so darn expensive for one punch. Oh-well maybe some day I might be able to make your little animals.

  3. judy ptacek

    all your little animals are so cute!!love them .
    thanks so much love all your videos. you have the cutest laugh.

  4. Beth

    How cute! Thanks for all your animals – they are all adorable. Love your videos. Thanks!!!!

  5. Jan B.

    Angie–another cutie!

  6. Ana

    Just a thought how about using wiggly eyes?
    Ana

  7. Barbara Taylor

    Love the animals, where can you get the quick stick? I checked w/Michaels and they didn’t have it. Thanks.

  8. Linda Av

    Angie, This little guy is soooo cute. I can see lots of projects with him and the others on. Thanks also for the information on the Quick Stix, now I just need to find where they sell them in Canada. Your blog feeds my soul & imagination daily. Linda Av

  9. Sharon Miller

    Love the punch art….and thanks too for the info on the Quick Stix. I’ll have to look for that. Thanks to for the great videos! Keep them coming!

  10. regina ptacek

    I love this punch guys!!! guess what I am doing this long weekend!! FUN FUN FUN…. thank you for the great videos and love you punch book page. I have adapted this idea!

  11. Karen T

    I love your videos with your cute giggles! These punch guys are so adorable. I found the QuickStik at a locally owned scrapbooking store today so I’m in heaven–didn’t have to mail order it. (I also love your Chick Stand!)

  12. stephanie Woolsey

    your ideas are so darling & you make it look fast & easy. I make one and it takes me 25 minutes. Thanks for all you do im sure its a lot of work.

  13. SAndy Porter

    So adorable!! What are the two tools you are holding in your hand that helps you pick up the tiny punches?

  14. Phyllis Thornell

    Love all the animals. I’ve just got started with all this and I am truly amazed at everyones talent. Love all the video’s. Thanks for all your time and work.
    Phyllis

  15. Jane Rappleyea

    love the videos and yes, giggles are included. I started making them and they really are adorable. works good on binder clips, too. thanks angie – great work!

  16. Congrats on your SU! promotion!

  17. Lyn

    love your videos.

  18. Lisa

    Angie-love your videos and all your ideas. It is fun to come to your site and get inspired to make and create myself.
    When you put your punch animals on the paper clip do you just add an extra head on the back? Also are you using the giant paperclips or just the large ones?
    Love all your ideas. Thanks :)

  19. Rebecca C.

    I love these. They are so cute. am a teacher and always looking for cutsie little things for the kids for gifts. These would work great. The video is great too.

  20. Pam

    Fantastic! I’m hooked on your videos, they are so inspiring. Thanks so much for sharing.

  21. Natalia

    I am new to your page. Can you please explain to me about the sponge?
    Thank you!

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