Scrapbook Page with Animals Made from Punches

Punch Pals inspired Scrapbook Page

While preparing for the Punch Pals class I decided I would have to come up with a scrapbook page using some of those cute little animals.  Yesterday, I finally got around to it!  There aren’t any pictures because I’m working ahead.  My son’s kindergarten class is going to the Baltimore Zoo next month.  Wow!  I’m ahead for my own scrapbook page and for Scrap Club!  Yikes!  What’s come over me?!

Giraffe from Stampin' Up! Punches

Isn’t this Giraffe so cute?  He is made from the Stampin’ Up punches with some little googly eyes for the fun of it!  I just think he’s so very cute!  Now of course my title says the page is going to be about a trip to the zoo but these same pages could very easily be used for baby pictures or baby shower pictures!  When we make these pages in Scrap Club on the 19th each person will be able to come up with their own title so they can decide what they’d like this page to be about.

Elephant from punches

This elephant is also made from our punches.  The vanilla area below him is a space for journaling. The Designer Series Paper you see is retired and the Gable Green base for the pages is one of the colors being fazed out now, as is the Barely Banana that the elephant is on.

These pages are going to look so much better once the pictures are on them!  I’ll have to show them to you then!  In the meantime, I cut up a piece of copy paper and used Dotto to temporarily stick them to the page so the Scrap Club members can see what size pictures they need and where they will go.  (It’ll make it real easy for me to adhere my pictures too!)

I hope you’ve enjoyed this!  Be sure to check back tomorrow for another fun share!

Comments

  1. Great idea, Becky! Wouldn’t these chaps make a jolly framed art, too?

  2. Excellent idea, Becky. Please share some more punch pals
    ideas as you get them.

  3. How cute! These are so fabulous Becky! Such a unique use of the punches!

  4. Fun! Always love to see punch art! 🙂

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