Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Template Tuesday - What Does the Fox Say?

This last Friday, my stepson came home to the house SUPER excited. "You HAVE to see this video, it's the funniest thing!" he said. Then he showed me the "What Does the Fox Say?" video and loved it. He sang along to certain parts and told me who was who and then kept telling me what the fox did eventually say. And then it got stuck in my head. Over and over and over again I kept singing things the fox said and asking what the fox said. You might say this papercut is a bit of a release because now the constant looping of the music has decreased. Some of you might not be so lucky! It's a fun video. If you haven't seen it yet, go search for it on the you-tuber.

Anyways, here's what the template looks like. This is a bit of an advanced one. Cut out the gray parts and then cut out the outline of the fox. On the parts where the lines intersect, don't cut the intersection part until the very last. Does that make sense? Don't worry because you'll eventually figure out what I mean.
Download your free template here: What Does the Fox Say? And, as always, remember that these templates are for personal use only. Don't use them for making art of your own and passing it off as yours. Do make one for your mom or your kid or your neighbor who loves foxes. I think you get what I'm saying. Enjoy!

P.S. Prints of this piece are available here: Society6 and the original is available here: Etsy.


Shal said...

This video is a great hit in our kindergarten staffroom! Love the cut, it is beautifully done!

Nielsens said...

Thanks for the template doublemint. Making this for my cousins who have the last name Faux (pronounced fox). So perfect I can't stand it.

Erinn Krampe said...

Hi! I am curious...how do you make a pdf a cutable file with the Silhouette?