Ahoy There Me Matey – Punch Art

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Cameron is a little boy who is mad about pirates …

Like the guitar card I made for my son Lewis, there is a some free hand cutting involved, such as the pirate ship, sails, pirates shirt, the waves and the large cloud.

The hip-hip-hooray! it’s your birthday is using two stamps from the happiest birthday wishes stamp set, which I used my write marker pens to colour the words I required and stamp-a-ma-jig to ensure I got the sentiments straight.

I used the cupcake builder for the clouds. Petite pennants for the flag. Word window cut in half for the arms. The smallest flower from the boho blossoms punch, which I cut off two petals from either side to look like hands.

Circle punches were used for the face, ears, earring, cannon holes and the bandana (and the tails are the end leaf of the bird builder punch). The dots on the bandana are from using the dot, dot, dot stamp and whisper white craft stampin’ pad. 

I like the way Cameron’s name looks like it’s bobbing about in the water.

Supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card stock: basic black, whisper white, tempting turquoise, real red, daffodil delight, crumb cake, blushing bride and big top birthday designer series paper; Stamps: dot,dot,dot, just perfect alphabet, happiest birthday wishes and woodgrain; Inks: basic black, real red, tempting turquoise and early espresso; Punches: various circles, cupcake builder, petite pennants, word window, boho blossoms, bird builder; Accessories: stampin’ Up! write markers, whisper white craft craft stampin’ pad, snail adhesive, multipurpose liquid glue, stamp-a-ma-jig & dimensionals.

I hope you like it and thank you for stopping by

Debs x

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