Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Beary Foxy Animals

I know that's a cheesy title, but I have a couple more animal boxes to share with is a fox, which has been upgraded from the original by layering the eyes, and adding a couple of little paws. The other is a bear I designed a while ago and forgot to post!

You can download the basic PDF instructions for making the fox box HERE.

To upgrade the fox, I simply put a small circle of Whisper White card stock behind the hole in each eye, so it would show through for the highlight, then layered that on a 1" Circle Punch of the Really Rust card stock I used for the rest of the fox. The paws are made with the Scallop Circle Punch--just punch that out in Basic Black, then take a "bite" out of the scallop circle that's 3 scallops wide, using the Wide Oval Punch.

The bear was made with Close to Cocoa, and Chocolate Chip card stock, with a little bit of Whisper White for the highlight of the eyes, and a little bit of Real Red for the mouth.  The mouth was punched out with the Horizontal Slot Punch. The nose is just a 3/4" Circle Punch with a couple of punches taken can stick the circle into the side of the Horizontal Slot Punch to get the nose holes.  The Wide Oval Punch makes the perfect size muzzle. I did use a Basic Black marker to add the "freckles", and the ears are 1-3/4" and 1-3/8" Circle Punches layered. The bear's paws were made just like the fox's paws, only I took a "bite" out of a Scallop Circle Punch that was 4 scallops wide instead of 3.

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