Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Witch Sack

I thought the Frankie sacks I had seen on several different paper craft web sites were so cute I had to make one. Both my daughters thought it was cute too. I showed Michelle a blog that had done the same thing with a bat, vampire and a Santa Claus theme. (Link to that blog http://dreamcreateandshare.blogspot.com/2009/09/and-heres-frankie.html )
Michelle decided she wanted to do a witch. If it was me wanting to do a witch, the first thing I would do is surf the web searching for someone's ideas of how to do a witch. Not Michelle, she is a lot more creative than I am. She sits down with pencil and paper and does a sketch, then proceeds to make her witch sack.




I am so proud of her! Here is what she used.
All Stampin' Up products unless noted.

Head: Top Note bigz die
Hair front and back: Top Note bigz die
Back panel in hair: Curly Label Punch
Ears: Butterfly punch
Nose: Modern Label Punch
Eyes: 1" and 3/4" circle punches.

The hat, band, bangs, and lips are all done free hand.

SU Paper colors are: Very Vanilla, Sahara Sand, Basic Black, Always Artichoke.

Thanks for looking!

4 comments:

Project Create said...

Oh...I love this! I thought about doing a witch...but mine could never be as good as this. All I can say is WOW!
oh and thanks for the link back to my blog.I will add a link back here if anyone wants to see a witch. WOW!
Tammy

Rachel said...

Oh, she did an AWESOME job!

Bohemian Gypsy said...

Your daughter did an amazing job Patricia. I flew in from Tammy's blog.
Regards
Michelle

Elizabeth *^..^* said...

You must be so proud! That is an awesome creation!! Love that she let her own artistic talent shine through.