Friday, 4 May 2012


Something a bit different today - my attempt at a Punch Art version of Bullseye, the horse from Toy Story! Notice I said 'attempt' as he's a bit odd looking but my daughter assures me, even if it only looks a little bit like him, my grandson will love it - let's hope so :0)
He was made with a variety of punches and, in all honesty, I messed about with it for so long I can't even remember which ones I used in the end. His stable is a piece of Crumb Cake cardstock marked with an Early Espresso marker and cut at the top. The centre was cut with a non-SU die and a piece of Early Espresso cardstock put in the aperture. The number and letters were cut, in Toy Story colours (Pacific Point & Daffodil Delight), with the Timeless Type Junior Alphabet dies and the 4 was matted onto a piece of Daffodil Delight cardstock cut with the Decorative label punch and 'hung' with some Linen Thread. The Old Olive leaves were from the Bird Builder punch and the 'shoes' were made with Brushed Silver cardstock and two circle punches, hanging on nails made with another circle punch.


  1. A triumph Margaret...I knew straight away who it was even without the clue in the post title! Loving your creativity with the punches :0)
    Jenny x

  2. Bullseye is very popular in our house and I must say you have done an amazing job Margaret! He is lovely! Great work with those punches :) Sarah xx

  3. He is fab Margaret. I bet he was very much appreciated. x


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