No - this is not some weird recipe page for pizza using owl meat.
Remember "Man of Mystery"?
When I made the little detective using nothing but the Owl Punch?
Oops, I did it again
(sing along with me and Britney now)
This is the title element for a page on our favorite family pizza - (not Mom's fave but the one the family has eaten for a zillion years)
Seriously, the ONLY punch needed to make this chef is the Stampin' Up! Owl punch.
You'll also need a black marker, a post it note and scissors to make a couple of snips. (And adhesive, of course)
Hat - breast turned upside down - drew on the scallops and colored above them with a black marker (no trimming required) The little "v" notch will be covered by his "hair"
Hair - feet - three of them - two are 'toes down' on each side - then the middle one is 'toes up' to hide the notch
Head - breast
Nose - small circle
Eyes - tiny circles
Moustache - large circle punched around small circle hole - cut in half to get both sides of his moustache
Coat/Shirt/whatever you call it - breast - draw line and buttons
Pants - breast upside down (you will need to trim a little at the fattest part or it will stick out past his coat
Shoes - heart (1 for each shoe)
Arm - heart
Pizza - breast - put on sticky part of post it note and repunch with breast
Pepperoni - tiny circles
Here are the "in process" photos for you visual ladies:
Punch parts shown here
Now assembly in process - when I outlined the nose I didn't go all the way around - I left the top flesh toned
On the next photo you can see that I slimmed his waistline to fit under his coat and started the pizza - this is the owl breast on a post it note
This shows the owl breast (on post it) reinserted in the punch to get the pizza
Here he is again
Thank you for your kind thoughts and words about our health situation. FIL is out of CCU and possibly going home today. He has minimal damage to his heart and is in great shape for 89 years old. Of course if he lived in a rural area and hadn't gotten such fast response from 911, the situation might have been very different. Cities have their downside but they have their advantages too.
Hubby is thinking our retirement home should be on some secluded golf course in the Texas Hill Country and I'm thinking it should be next door to a major hospital. (I bet we could learn to sleep through ambulance sirens)