I saw these peppermint patties all over Splitcoast Stampers--particularly this one--and I just had to make them! Aren't they the cutuest? My kindergarten-age daughter and I had a blast punching, snail-ing (is that a verb?) and drawing together. She passed them out to her classmates at her school's Thanksgiving feast today. All the parts were made completely with punches, except for the eyes which were hand drawn with a stampin' write marker--how cool is that? The "feathers" are half of a scallop circle punch attached to a 1 3/4" circle. The face is a 1 1/4" circle of soft suede topped with two whisper white 1/2" circles, one petal cut from the 5-petal flower punch (crushed curry) and the horizontal slot punch makes the wattle (riding hood red). Sticky strip holds it firmly onto the peppermint patty and another 1 3/4" circle (chocolate chip) is attached to the bottom. As an afterthought, I stamped the Happy Thanksgiving sentiment from Falling Leaves on the back in chocolate chip (sorry the pic is poor quality). It fit perfectly in the center and was the finishing touch! Happy turkey day!
stamps: falling leaves
ink: chocolate chip
paper: chocolate chip, crushed curry, dusty durango, soft suede, whisper white, riding hood red (retired)punches: scallop circle, 1 3/4" circle, 1 1/4" circle, 1/2" circle, 5-petal flower, horizontal slot