If you don’t yet have that Owl Punch then you really do need it – it is one of the most versatile punches out there!!!

Of course you can make Owls using it…but did you know that you can also use it to many more things amongst which are tulips, penguins, fish and now reindeer?

Yes, you can make the most adorable Reindeer using that punch and he is just perfect to use on your Holiday projects – I’ve seen a few variations around but this is mine…

Isn’t he CUTE?!  And SO fast and easy to make!

The Owl Punch is the BEST punch investment ever and you can find it on pg 213 of the Catalog or in the online store by clicking HERE

So what do you need to make him? Just your Owl Punch, the Snowflake Punch or Sizzlits Snowflake Die & cardstocks…

  • Simply punch out the body shape from the brown cardstock color of your choice – I used Soft Suede – and then trim off the owl feet…
  • Punch out the antlers using the Snowflake Punch or Die and trim two pieces to size…
  • Punch out the eyes using the smaller circle shapes on the Owl Punch…
  • Punch out the nose using the large circle shape on the Owl Punch – I used Red Glimmer Paper that you can find on pg 41 of the Holiday Mini Catalog

And this is what you will have:

And then simply assemble – Mini Glue Dots make this super easy.

I decided to mount my Reindeer onto a base which I made using the 2 3/8″ Scallop Circle Punch & Silver Glimmer Paper and a Real Red 1 3/4″ Circle Punch & my Polka Dots Embossing Folder…

What can you use this cute Reindeer for? You can make him a feature on Holiday cards and add a cute sentiment AND he is fabulous to use to as to make very affordable treat toppers for kids…

Here I used him to top a Glittery Pencil…I found these pencils in the dollar spot in Target and slipped them into the Cellophane Tube Bags that you can find on pg 11 of the Holiday Mini Catalog

Here I used him to top a Lollipop…cute for the pre-school set…

And here I used him to adorn a Candy Cane…a great treat for the girls to handout to their friends…

I know that I am going to be making a bunch of these – they are super fun and kids & grown-ups alike will LOVE them!

Earlier I mentioned that you can also make Penguins using the Owl Punch- another great embellishment perfect for the HolidaysAND I HAVE A FREE TUTORIAL showing you how to make them – find it by clicking HERE – here they are – cute!!!

HOW CAN YOU BUY THAT OWL PUNCH?  In the online store – find it by CLICKING HERE or if you prefer, I can place your order for you – simply email me by clicking here

Here it is:

Supply List to make a Reindeer:

From the main Catalog:
118074  Owl Punch  $16.95  pg 213
119852  Snowflake Punch  $16.95  pg 210
OR 113449  Snowflakes Dies set #2  $19.95  pg 224

From the Holiday Mini Catalog:
121790  Red Glimmer Paper  $4.95  pg 41

Optional Extras:
119850  1 3/4″ Circle Punch  $16.95  pg 211
118874  2 3/8″ Scallop Circle Punch  $16.95  pg 210
124134  Cellophane Bag  (50) $2.50  pg 11


Make a Cute Reindeer using the fabulous Owl Punch…
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6 thoughts on “Make a Cute Reindeer using the fabulous Owl Punch…

  • November 10, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    ADORABLE! I love the reindeer from the owl… seen it several places but had to write to you… I like your version best so far!!! Adorable

  • November 10, 2011 at 10:42 pm

    This is sooo cute! I love how you used the glittery red paper for his nose! I finally broke down and bought the owl punch when I saw him trick or treating with his little goody bag so I am good to go! I have some of those pencils from last year and I have the bags so I am all set. A couple kiddos moved in next door recently and maybe this will have to be a quick little fun thing to meet them and their family. Of course I gotta try the reindeer made with the stocking punch too. You are so fun and creative. Thanks for sharing with us.

  • November 11, 2011 at 12:02 am

    Fantastic ideas, Sarah … I’ll definitely have to give them a go.
    Thanks so mcuh for the carefully presented tutorials you devise & share as they’re always so inspiring & easy to follow.

  • November 12, 2011 at 8:40 am

    Jusr love this neat idea using the owl punch. This punch can be used for so many things besides the owl. Will be making some of these for the grandchildren and nieces and nephews for the Christmas Holidays.
    Love you web site and case many of your cards.

  • November 12, 2011 at 10:58 am

    awwww SWEET!!! Thank you so much for Sharing…. He’s too SWEET!!!


  • November 22, 2011 at 6:57 am

    Too cute! Can’t wait to case these, tfs!

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