Sunday, February 14, 2010

Happy Valentine's Day!

Hope everyone had a very nice Valentine's Day!

For the last 3 years the Valentine's card I have made for DH has had a mouse on it, so I had to continue the new tradition, but didn't have a new mouse stamp. Then I remembered the adorable mouse that was being made at Christmas time and decided I had to use him. So out came the punches. One of the samples I cased was done by Emmy, not sure if she was the original creator or if she cased it. I think he came out really cute as he yells out "Happy Valentine's Day!"


I have had several inquiries as to what punches were used for this little guy, so here is the list. Hope it helps.

Head - ornament punch (cut off neck of the ornament)

Ears - Butterfly punch

Mouth , arms/hands - small oval

Body - Wide oval

Feet - 3/4" circle

Teeth and Tail were cut free hand

6 comments:

bevybus119 said...

I absolutely LOVE your mouse. That is adorable. I myself is very good friends with Sally Johnson. She lives 1 mile from me and we get together about 2 x a week to stamp. We are even going to NY next week to the convention. Should be a fun time.

Bev Baker

Jan Mengel said...

This is great. I loved that little guy too but hadn't had a chance to play with it. Thanks for sharing. Great Job.

Sally Johnson said...

Cindy,
Just love love love the mouse.. Can hardly stand myself... It so adorable... By the way you are soooooo very welcome for the candles... To be a parent of two wonderful soilders must be so fulfilling... I can hardly wait for warmer weather so we can meet in person and stamp our hearts out...

soggystamper said...

This mouse is so adorable! What punch did you use for the ears? I can figure out the rest but am puzzled with the ears.
Sue

Stampindragon said...

Ears - Butterfly punch cut in half
Face - ornament punch (cut off neck of ornament)
Body - wide oval
arms/hands small oval folded
feet - 3/4" circle punch cut in half
Tail - cut freehand

Hope that helps...he is very easy to make. Thanks all for the nice comments...wish I could remember who originally made him.

Susan said...

thank you for posting the punches; he's so adorable, even if I don't like mice.