I "saw" the hat and
the Inspiration Fairy waved her wand and there he was!
First the parts:
(Remember - these are ALL from the new SU Owl punch)
Now the results:
Pretty Clever, Huh?
Here is how you alter the punch parts:
Cut the owl foot off to become the moustache
One owl breast - cut at widest point to become the hat
One cut in half vertically to become his suit coat
The gray one shortened at the bottom to become his vest
Red heart trimmed "under" the bumps to become the bow tie
Cut the "spare" flesh circle down to become the neck - you don't REALLY see it but you need it to hold him together.
I used this little guy on a Birthday Card - Front says "Happy Birthday"
Inside says "I find no evidence that you have aged at all"
Of course I had to put the inside sentiment in a magnifying glass out of punches. Sometimes I just can't stop.
Thanks for your support as a result of the prior post. There is no way for me to know who submitted that particular card to Stampin' Up! - I only saw it by chance on someone's blog and she was not presenting it as her work - just sharing samples from the boards at convention.
Hopefully my post will educate the demos that are getting ideas from others that adding a ribbon or changing a color on someone's original artwork does NOT mean you should present their work as your own. This is a touchy subject and I know there are ladies that think "you shouldn't share if you don't want to be copied" - but let's remember to copy, giving credit. And NEVER copy and submit for contests or publication.