No! No, I take that back - I could never have too many punches. I love them all - collectively and individually. Please little punches, don't get your feelings hurt. Mama loves you. You are all special to me!
(Whew..., I'm glad they didn't take offense)
The little precious black darling that I'm playing with now is the Butterfly punch. The blog babes were my first "odd" creation using it. And here is Odd #2 using the stamp set D is for Dog.
My hubby travels for business frequently but when he is home it is Golf on Saturday and Run with the Dog on Sunday. Our dog will be slipping this card into the suitcase next trip to let "dad" know he missed his run. My husband thinks cards are a waste of paper and cannot understand the time and money I spend on them - but I think this one will actually make him grin.
Did you see the butterflies? The eyes, obviously. But you might not have noticed that the nose is half a butterfly and the tongue is actually a piece of one too.
I cut about a 3 inch circle with my Circle Scissor Plus (I always have to look up that name) for his muzzle, punched a wide oval for his head, and two wide ovals for his ears. Don't forget to add a mark with your white gel pen on the eyes and nose - gives him so much more "spark". If you don't have a white gel pen buy one! Just that tiny little mark makes such a difference. The white gel pen that SU sells is great - and only costs $3.95.
Here is another version I started but rejected. This pooch has the butterfly upside down for his eyes - nothing wrong with him - I just liked the other one better.
On either of these dogs you can change the expression by changing where you put the blacks of their eyes or tilting the eyebrows to another angle. Play with it and see what you can do.