I realize this might not have widespread application but it is the first thing that came to me after my little break from punching - and ya gotta start somewhere...
Perfect for a recipe card if you have a Chicken Pot Pie recipe.
Which I don't.
Because I eat the frozen kind - the ones loaded with sodium and convenience.
That is just the way I roll.
Couple of new colors on her for those of you interested. The crown is the new cherry cobbler - it is absolutely yummy and I can't wait to get my hands on some pattern paper with this color in it! The beak is a new "in-color" called peach parfait.
Neck feathers - itty bitty shapes punch pack (too much - gonna be "itty bitty" from now on around here)
Crown - itty bitty
Eyes - small heart (the stand alone heart - not Heart to Heart)
Wings - small oval repunched with scallop oval
Body - scallop oval repunched with wide oval to get smooth side
Pan - large oval
Beak - 5 petal punch right at the corner of paper so you get a point on both ends of the beak (the corner of the paper goes into the punch so you are just snipping one petal)
Neck - my way arrow - strip of paper will work fine
Feet - narrow heart to heart cut in 1/2 lengthwise to get 2 feet - trimmed with scissors to separate toes
Legs - narrow strip of paper
Do a little sponging, outline in black and add a few pen markings and you are ready to bake.