I made this ostrich for a scrapbook page - my youngest is terrified of ostriches due to a bad experience when she was four. We lay all the blame on her "evil" uncle - my big brother. It's a funny story and a REAL fear. I was reminded of it when she refused to go anywhere near the ostrich in a petting zoo at our state fair a couple of weeks ago.
Alas, the scrapbook page would not cooperate and I can't make it come together so it has been temporarily laid aside and the ostrich donned these fake glasses and mustache for night of trick or treating.
I think you can see the punches if you have been reading past posts - I tend to use the same "tricks" over and over again.
But here are a couple of things you might not recognize:
The top of his legs is the the bottom half of the butterfly punch
The knobby knees come from leaving just a little in the middle of the snowflake punch as you cut most of the "arms" off.
Yell (by comment or email) if you have a burning need for a punched ostrich and you can't figure it out.
I have a sneaky suspicion most of you won't need an ostrich in disguise - hopefully he at least made you grin.