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Monday, July 25, 2011

Airplane Punch Art Card - FREE Tutorial

As promised I made another card with my little punch art airplane and took better photos so I could show you how I did it! I also used the Word Play stamp set for the sentiment and the cupcake punch for the clouds. I'm not so fond of the rest of this card but I love the airplanes!
Below is my Clothesline Thank You Card that I did before with my little airplane.
And here is how I made the airplane:
I used the large oval punch with Cajun Craze cardstock and trimmed the sides like shown for the body of the airplane.
Then I punched a Word Window shape and cut it in half at an angle. I slightly rounded the end of the front wing piece to look like the wing at an angle. Glue one if front and one in back at the same angle.

Punch another word window and cut a smaller shape from one half. This will be the tail of the plane. Glue it at the same angle as the wings.

Then I cut a tiny shape from the other side and it was the little tail fin thingy... (not sure of the names for these parts!) That goes right on the end.

Then punch a Black Word Window and put it back in the punch to trim it about in half. I cut the propeller out of this. Just angle in from the ends and then cut the little circle in the middle. You could also cut two teardrop shapes and a circle and put it together that way. The end of the word window is the little cockpit area.

And here is the finished little airplane! I added some marker to the bottom and edges to give it some depth.
Hope you have fun with him!


Mary Davidson said...

Fabulous, Lynn!! You are so imaginative!!! Thanks for all your inspiring creations!

Patti said...

thanks so much for the free tutorial...this is so simple once I followed your pictures
many blessings
patti moffett

Debbie said...

Thanks for the free tutorial, Lynn. My son-in-law is a pilot and I am always looking for airplane themes. Now, I can make my own. Thanks for sharing!!

Anonymous said...

Just found this.....I fly for a living and just LOVE this little plane....even the "little tail fin thingy"!

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