Does that ROCK? Since this is Schroeder it would be CLASSIC(AL) Rock!
I was STRUGGLING with the piano and then....DING DING DING - the light came on and bells were ringing and the angels sang the hallelujah chorus! (slight exaggeration for effect)
The ease of making the piano should make you face North Texas and bow to my genius. You don't have to actually get on the floor - a simple (yet respectful) bend at the waist will suffice.
PIANO HOW TO:
With the punch upside down so you can see... insert one corner of this rectangle into the 'corner' of the Designer Label punch. This is the PERFECT shape for the upper left corner of the piano!
Next, with your corner rounder, round the other 'top' corner
Trim out the curve on the bottom
Add the four lines you see on mine (one for the piano top and 3 for the curve of the instrument)
Slot punch legs and you are done!
1 3/8 circle head - trimmed on right side
word window - ears, neck, leg, arm, sock
flower trio - hand (trim to three fingers)
large oval body - stamped with solid stripe and trimmed flat at bottom and neck
small oval pants - shortened with scissors
small oval sleeve - from stamped paper used for shirt/body, snipped to shorten for short sleeve
word window repunched to shorten for shoe
1 3/8 circle TRIMMED as shown below for hair
face drawn on - don't freak out - it is just a backwards 'c' for the nose - two dots for the eyes and a line for the mouth - even YOU can draw that!
Here is the hair trim photo - only hard part of the whole thing...
Butterfly punch - trimmed one 'section' off (put your left ear on your left shoulder and you will see the butterfly)
Arms - smallest my way arrow
Front paws - flower trio trimmed to 3 petals
Hind paws - 3/4 circle punch reinserted and repunched to get the shape you see
Ears - small heart (new) hole - re-punch offset below the hole to get these "almost" heart shapes
nose - part of a standard hole punch
collar - slot punch
mouth and eyes drawn
Are you humming yet? Dah dah dah, dah dah.dah...