Cut it up Challenge #18 - Create a project for Mother's Day.
My Mom loves birds so to make something completely different for her other than a card, which I already have made, I decided to make a home decor project.
I saw a cute little wooden owl decoration in a craft store this week and my inspiration grew from there.
She is made of chip board and card stock and a little bit of floral wire for her feet.
Here's how I did it:
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Owl cut at 10 1/4" - first on chipboard then from Black Recollections CS.
Shift layer was cut 3 times, 1-pink, 1-orange, and 1-yellow.
Layer cut 2 times, first in green then in yellow
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Flower on pg 91 cut at 3" - pink and blue
I used a left over circle from the owl eye as the yellow dot on the blue part of the flower.
I used perfect pearls in black for the eyes and dots between the feathers on her belly.
I used perfect pearls in ice white for the dots on the beak and the yellow eye. I traced around those dots with my black zig pen.
I used the black zig pen and the white gelly roll pen on the flower.
I made the owl's feet using brown floral wire and use a left over piece for the flower stem. I hot glued these on to my owl.
For the center of the owl's eyes I use some black oval beads and hot glued them into place.
Yes she really does stand up and I know my Mom is going to love her.
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