Here is my pilgrim boy. I actually went on the internet, found a picture of pilgrims that I liked and used it as my guide for dressing them. The hat is the large oval and 1" square punch cut to the shape I want. The band and buckle are scraps cut to fit. The head is a 3/4" circle while the hair is from a 1" circle. I punched a 3/4" circle from black and then punched the 1" circle around it. I cut it into 4 pieces to make his legs and arms. The top, collar of top, and pants are the vest from the owl punch. His shoes are the small hearts from the owl builder punch. For the buckles on the shoes, I used itty bitty pieces of Daffodil Delight. The cuffs of the sleeves are from the ring punched around a 1" circle using the 1 1/4" circle punch in white. You will only use a small bit of it so save the rest for another pilgrim. The neck is again made like the arms and legs using Blushing Bride card stock. Again save the extra for another pilgrim. The hands are actually the feet off the owl.
Here is the little girl pilgrim. She is made almost the same as the boy except you will use more vests for her. Her dress is made from 2 black vests. The apron is also 2 white vests trimmed to fit as I chose. I put a piece of black 1/4" grosgrain ribbon around her waist. Her cuffs, head, bangs,hands and feet are made the same as the boy. The back part of her hair is the owl punch turned upside down as is the bonnet. The front piece of the bonnet is a 1 1/4" circle punched off a 1" circle hole. In other words punch the 1" first and then using your 1 1/4" circle punch, off set it, and punch. Trim the ends to the length you want.
Here is the whole card put together. I am pretty proud of these little people. I enjoyed making them and was so excited to see it all come together. I hope you enjoyed seeing the card too.
Well, we have reached the end of another week. I wish you all a wonderful weekend and will return on Monday with another project to share. Thanks for stopping in today.