Not Driving Miss Daisy (old movie title) but Miss Daisy, all I do is drive!
Ever feel YOUR name is Daisy Drives A Lot?
Let me tell you it is WONDERFUL when your last child gets their license and you only drive when YOU need to.
I hope you can find a use for Daisy here.
Maybe you can use this character on a page about your long commute to work.
Or about all the things you overhear while carpooling
Or maybe you DRIVE ME CRAZY on a page or card
I used some parts from SU's two new punches, the cupcake and the flower one that I can't remember the name of (you know, the one that has the feather duster looking thing? -let's call it the Feather Duster Flower punch from now on. OK?) I'm sure there will be many fun uses for these punches but I spend most of my weekend scrapbooking and didn't play punches until the last couple of hours when I was too exhausted to think.
Daisy Driver Parts
Face - Owl (upside down, feet and ears cut off)
Hair – Full heart (upside down)
Bangs – medium oval
Eyes – circle itty bitty punch pack
Lips – modern label – punch tip with circle itty bitty punch pack
Neck – word window (1/2 lengthwise)
Shirt - feather duster from the new feather duster flower punch
Collar – slot (retired) or use a small scrap strip
Hands – modern label repunched with circle itty bitty punch pack
Seat back – Key Tag (retired) or use a rectangle and round the corners
Steering wheel – 1 inch circle around the ¾ inch circle hole
Dashboard – wide oval
Rear-view mirror – word window repunched to shorten
Rear-view mirror mount – cherry from cup cake punch
Sometimes it is hard to judge the scale of these characters. Daisy Driver here is 3.75 inches tall.