Airplane punch

I had a marvelous coupon for Michael's, 15% off the entire purchase, and a 50% off one item, so I went and spent a lot of money on stuff I didn't need (so what else is new?). One of my more rediculous purchases was a punch that creates an airplane shape. Why would anyone need an airplane punch? Still, as a former air traffic controller, I have soft spot in my heart for anything aviation-related, so I bought it.

After I got it home, I noticed that the airplane is smaller than a square inch. You know what that means!



I made these for a primary colors swap. I think they have a retro sixties vibe.

All the art is paper scrap. I used two punches - the airplane, of course, and a square; and two fancy edged scissors. No stamping, no coloring, just cutting and gluing. I'm entering this in the Gingersnap punches challenge (not the inchies one - I have other things in mind for that one!).

Juliet Arrighi

2 comments:

Shelly Schmidt said...

These are perfect for an inchie swap. I'll have to swap you for a few of these- I have a good friend that is a pilot......

Priscilla Merli said...

Ive been looking everywhere for an airplane paper punch. I travel a lot and little airplanes match perfectly with my scrapbooks. If you ever want to sell yours, please let me know. My email is pri.merliz@hotmail.com