Saturday, February 26, 2011

Leprechaun Pillow Boxes


It's another pillow box. I guess I got hooked on this babies! They're just the easiest to assemble. St. Patty's day is fast approaching and I needed to get something going for a class in March. This is just so perfect. Just looking at these boxes, you may have already figured out what kind of punches I used. I also used the Garden Green and Green Galore (retired) cardstocks. I just had fun with it and punched away.

I asked a couple of Irish friends what are common Irish names? Patrick, Darby.... can you name some? I'd like to give Irish names to these boxes :)

TIP: Make your face first before the beard. Your Curly Label punch piece should only be adhered on the center. Leave the sides unglued. To make the beard, adhere the ones on the face first- left to right - small, medium, large, medium, small boho.
The outer beard, using all large bohos, are adhered on the box itself.

The basic black belt band on top is measured at 1/2" by 2-1/4". I kinda played around with the thickness that's why you see some are thick and some are thin...hihi.

Supplies Needed:
Cardstock
- Garden Green
- Green Galore (retired, optional if you have it)
- Tangerine Tango (for the beard)
- Whisper White
- Basic Black
- Daffodil Delight (for the buckle)
- Blushing Bride (for the face, eyelids and nose)
Ink Pad:
- Pretty in Pink (for sponging nose and eyelids)
Punch:
- Curly Label Punch #119851 (for the face, you may use lengthwise or crosswise)
- 1/2" circle punch #119869 (eyes, nose and eyelids cut in half)
- 3/4" square punch- this punch no longer available in SU (for the belt buckle, just cut a smaller square for the black center part)
- Boho Blossom Punch #119858 (for the beard)
- 2 step Owl Punch #118074(use medium circles for the black inner eye)
Other Supplies:
- Black Gel Pen
- White Gel Pen
- Stamping Sponge #101610


Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. Please visit my blog and my Stampin Up Website! Have a nice day!

13 comments:

Patty Bennett said...

I think St. Paddy would be a great name for one of them :) Hee hee.
Patty

Nicole Tugrul said...

I LOVE them! What a cute idea:)

Kim Score said...

super cute! this will be on my punch inspiration post today. TFS

lisa808 said...

Fun, fun, fun!

Cindee said...

WOW! So cute!

kreationzbyzabrina said...

Oh my these are so cute! love it!

Teri said...

Another awesome creation Kay! You really do a fab job on these creations!! Hope all is well with you and big hugs to your mom to get well. Hugs, Teri

Whimcees said...

Hello!

Love your new blog banner - love your new creation - love everything that you do! You are an inspiration for creativity and a joy to follow! :<)

Wishing you a great week!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Bridget Martinelli said...

These are adorable... love the new banner, bunny owls, only you could've thought of that!! They are darling!

Heather Miles Portney said...

Thanks for your thoughts of my grandfather! I left you an award on my website! You're my inspiration!

www.waterfilterstpetersburg.com said...

i like your creation and your all collection are fabulous. i visit your blog every day but did not post any comment but this collection is very nice previous.

thanks for sharing beautiful creation.

Carol said...

Cute!! Popular Irish names . . . Padraig (Patrick), Sean (John), Colin, Alec, Liam, Miceal (Michael), Connor, Seamus (James), Dermot, Rory, Niall . . . just a few for you to consider.

Jayne Stenstrom said...

I love these little guys! We made them at my downline meeting earlier this week and everyone loved them. I'm also posting mine on my blog today with a link back to yours (unless you have any objections). Thanks for the wonderful idea!

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