Monday, December 19, 2011

Template Tuesday - Little Jack Horner

A few months ago, I asked Tom what his favorite nursery rhyme was and he said it was Little Jack Horner. So I drew up a picture of it and decided I should save it for a Christmas template since it mentions Christmas in the poem. Here's what I came up with:



Little Jack Horner sat in the corner
Eating his Christmas pie,
He put in his thumb and pulled out a plum
And said "What a good boy am I!"

Here's what the template will look like. It's not too terribly complicated, mostly just little details. Remember, for the face, use your blade from the inside parts to the outside parts. So, from the inside corner of the mouth out to the outside of the lips. You don't have to drag your blade all in a straight line. Lift it up.



Here's the link: Little Jack Horner

6 comments:

Snippety Gibbet said...

I'm loving it. What a lovely cut.

jan

Trisha said...

Love it! Thanks!

Louise said...

Your papercuts are wonderful! Any chance of using an image in an art lesson for teachers in Utah? I work for the Springville Museum and we're trying to improve the quality of art ed in the state by producing lessons and having workshops.

Louise Nickelson claylucy@me.com

Anonymous said...

It seems the link is dead. :((

Cindy Bean said...

Fixed!

Mehmood Ali said...

Wow...your paper cut is Awesome...also the lyrics is very nice....Little Jack Horner