Some children like to receive money for their birthday, so a piggy bank was required …
To make the cute piggy, I punched the 1-3/4″ circle from a piece of regal rose card. Placed the treat cup over the hole and drew round the rim of the treat cup. Then hand cut it out, so I was left with a hoop and this makes the body. The following circle punches were used … for the head 1-3/8” , the nose 1” , the tail 3/4”, which I cut into a spiral. The ears are the large heart from the heart to heart punch and the trotters from the modern label punch. The eyes are wobbly ones, but you can use the circles for the eyes from the owl builder punch.
To allow you to gain access to the money, without having to destroy the card. You need to position the 1-3/4” circle punch where you want the treat cup to be, don’t punch it out, but lightly draw in the circle, as this is now a guide line for you to use the perforating tool from the cutter kit, like you were cutting a pizza.
I hope you like this little piggy.
Supplies by Stampin’ Up!
Card stock: smooth regal rose; Stamps: teeny tiny wishes; Inks: regal rose; & real red; Punches: 1-3/4″ , 1 3/8″, 1″ & 3/4″ circle, heart to heart, modern label, owl builder, eyelet border, decorative label & word window; Accessories: perforating tool from the cutter kit, sticky strip, snail adhesive, multipurpose liquid glue dimensionals & rhinestones.
I hope you like it and thank you for stopping by