Peppa Pig is a favourite in our house. What’s not to love? She’s pink, cute and has a ton of friends with alliterated names. If you have an almost 3 year old like I do, then you’ll know all about Rebecca Rabbit, Pedro Pony, Danny Dog … So, as my daughter nears 3, her friends are also celebrating this milestone and I’ve been pumping out the kids cards. For kids, I love punch art – especially of familiar characters. Punch art is definitely love or hate. It’s time consuming, fiddly and on the first run – troublesome. I love it when I find a ‘how-to’ or great tutorial to help me along the way. [What did crafters do before Google & Pinterest? – these options provide me with my greatest inspiration].
This evening I am sharing with you my Peppa Pig birthday card, and tutorial for the punch art. Please use & enjoy. I don’t believe in recreating the wheel.
The background is the now retired Cloudy Day embossing folder (which I will never part with) in Bashful Blue and Chevron embossing folder in Chevron.
Peppa is made from Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose and Real Red (see tutorial below). The pinks are both retired colours.
The sun is 3/4″ circle with the candles from the Cupcake Builder punch stuck to the back.
So, there we are! I hope to see some more Peppa cards in circulation on Pinterest and Google.
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Hope to see you back at the blog soon – I’ll be sharing another fabulous punch art creation.