To make a penguin you need the following SU punches: 1/2" circle, 1"circle, 1 3/8" circle, oval and boho blossoms.
Punch a 1/2" circle in white, 1" circle in black, 1 3\8" in black, the oval in white and orange and one of the flowers in orange.
Lay the white oval over the 1 3/8" circle and using the black circle as a guide, trim off the excess of the white oval.
Use the Barely Banana ink pad to ink the bottom edges of the white oval.
Cut the orange oval in half length ways.
Stick the white inked oval on top of the black 1 3/8" circle and then stick the half orange oval on the back as shown below.
Cut the pointed orange flower in half and then cut off an individual petal as shown below.
Layer the 1/2" white circle on top of the black 1" circle to create the head. Add the petal as a beak.
Attach the head to the body and add some eyes using a black pen.
If you wish to leave him like this then you can or you can punch a black oval to make some wings.
Cut the black oval in half length ways then cut one of the halves in half again as shown below.
Attach each wing to the back of the penguin. I found it best to put the glue on the back of the penguin then roughly position the wing, then turn him over and adjust from the front.
He looks great on cards and bookmarks or maybe as a topper for a Christmas gift or goodie bag for a Christmas fair.
I hope you have fun making him!
(ps. I am happy for everyone to use this tutorial but ask that if you use my design you link back to my blog and mention my name. Many thanks and enjoy!)