Lion Punch

Lion punch 

Hi, the video on how to make this Lion with our Stampin' Up! punches is ready on my Stampin' AcademyClick here to go watch it.  The supply list is over there too.

I've had several requests for typed instructions and I've decided to make them available.  But.....everything that's on the instructions are on my videos.  Not to worry..... my videos are staying free to everyone!!  The reason I'm offering the instructions are because I've had some requests......my theory is ..... it never hurts to try.  Due to the time it requires to make the instructions I need to charge a small fee.  

If you'd like to purchase a 3 page pdf file with instructions & picture, it will be available on my Chic n Scratch Shack tomorrow (Monday)  The instructions are sent electronically when payment is made and they can be found on the left side bar of my Chic n Scratch Shack under "Other items for Sale". Over the next week or so I'll be slowly adding some of my past instructions.  Just remember, the information that's on my instructions are available free on my videos. 

If you're looking for the PDF file on the Hippo it's loaded and ready to go. Click here to go there now.  Click here if you'd like to purchase the Lion Instructions.

Congrats Jennymorlan (screen name on You Tube)  & Kadie Labadie you won the PDF file for the Lion.  Please send me an email and I'll send you the file.

Have a great day! 

p.s. Over the next few months you're going to start seeing misc. items for sale on my Chic n Scratch Shack...past card kits, left over 3-D kits, retired stamps.  I'm cleaning out my office and you never know what I might post over there (I'm a pack rat).

p.s.s.  The little tool I used to assemble the animals is called a QuickStik and you can find them online.  Just google QuickStik by Quickutz.  I bought mine from our local scrapbook store and they sold them right by the reigster.

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  1. Perfect – except now my son wants 17 of these for the “End of School” party – argh!

  2. Gerry Curry

    I just love these animals. I think my fav so far is the hippo.

  3. Too skin’ cute!

  4. Marie Bowdoin

    Angie I just love these little animals; they are just so cute. What color cs did you use for the lion? Thanks, Marie

  5. very clever!

  6. Marie

    this is so cute =) I hope you will continiue to make videoes on how to make more of these punched animals =)

  7. SOOO cute – but sorry for being a bit slow – how do you attach it to the paperclip???

  8. Kadie Labadie

    Angie: These are so stinkin cute I can’t stand it. Do you SLEEP?

    You do such fabulous work that I think you are part the Energizer Bunny and the other part Martha Stewart.

    Thanks for sharing and look forward to more! Kadie

  9. Margie

    Love it!
    So clever!
    What are those fancy sticks that you use to pick up the tiny pieces?
    Thanks for sharing.

  10. Ann

    hi Angie,
    Your blog & videos have been such an inspiration to me.
    I have given you a Lemonade stand award. You can get the details on my blog!

  11. Emma Fewkes

    Goodness Angie, you’ve done it again! Love your latest projects. I know you probably get inundated with blog awards, but I just wanted you to know that I’ve given you an award on my blog :) Love, Emma x

  12. Gail S.

    I love all of the animals but the lion is my favorite! Wonderful job!!!!!!

  13. Jane

    These are just too adorable. Can you tell us what the tool is that you use to p.u. the small pieces?

  14. Jeanne McKenzie

    Super Cute~I’m a Leo so…..:)

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