Sunday, September 27, 2015

inspired by inside out

my kids have been at me for a while now 
to recreate the characters from the 
inside out movie as cards 
so seeing i am on much needed school holidays i have had time to sit down, 
chill out and 
get creative with my punches

   
let me first say these characters were not easy to do.
and i had to use my punches in weird and wonderful ways
hence no instructions or tutorial sorry but will try and give you some of the stampin up  punches i used to give you an idea
disgust
punches used are 21/2" circle, 3/8" circle, bow tie, 3/4" circle, 1/2" circle, scallop 7/8" circle, owl 
anger
punches used are 21/2" circle, 3/8" circle, bow tie, 3/4" circle, 1/2" circle, scallop 7/8" circle,  
joy
punches used are 21/2" circle, 3/8" circle, bow tie, 3/4" circle, 1/2" circle, 
 fear
punches used are 21/2" circle, 3/8" circle, bow tie, 3/4" circle, 1/2" circle, scallop 7/8" circle, large scallop circle,scallop oval
sadness
punches used are 21/2" circle, 3/8" circle, bow tie, 3/4" circle, 1/2" circle, 1" circle, 11/4" circle 

lettering was all done with 
little letters thinlits except for anger
-his i did freehand 
(oh i wish there were thinlits for those symbols!!)

 disgust had sticky out glittered eyelashes and her mouth was super dooper tricky
 the joy card also had joy from the berry merry stamp set in the background
sadness' glasses were done by punching 1" circle first then the 11/4" circle around it.
anger's fingers were done with a scallop oval punch

enjoy
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and if i have inspired you to make your own please share a link so i can see where ti took you and if you have any hints for me making them a second time around

...and tell me which one is your favourite character from the movie...personally i loved sadness-she was just adorable!!!

3 comments :

mypapercraftjourney.com said...

These are super-duper amazing Clare!!! Thanks for sharing. Kelly x

delysc said...

Absolutely amazing!!!

Shalady said...

I haven't seen the movie yet, but I seen enough to know that your punch art is SPOT ON! So creative! You are truly talented!