Monday, February 1, 2016

Hershey's Duck and Duckling

Five little ducks went out one day
Over the hill and far away
Mother duck said "Quack, quack, quack, quack"
But only four little ducks came back

Hershey's Duck and Duckling Tutorial
FREE with a minimum order

These little ducklings are waiting to be adopted into your home today. This Tutorial includes step-by-step photo instructions to make both the duck and duckling. Includes over 60 photos and time saver steps to make a whole brood of ducklings. This tutorial is only available through me, Brenda Quintana.

How to get this tutorial:
1. FREE with a minimum $15* order in MY STAMPIN' UP! STORE. Once your order has been placed, just email me with your choice of tutorial. Limit ONE FREE tutorial per order. Click HERE to shop now. For a supply list, click HERE. *before tax and s&h
2. FREE for my current BeeStampers team. Purchase the starter kit, and you will have free access to ALL of my paid tutorials. Click HERE to learn more or to join.
3. $9.99 for the Instant Download. Pay securely with Paypal. You don't need a paypal account to pay. As soon as your payment is processed, you will receive the link to download the PDF.

Before purchasing, please read the Terms & Conditions of usage below.


Hershey's Duck and Duckling Supplies
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Terms and Conditions of usage:

1. Instructions for my paid tutorials are for your personal use and can NOT be shared in person or online.
2. Demonstrators may use my paid tutorials to teach their clubs and classes, but they must NOT make or distribute copies of the paid tutorial to their customers. If customers want their own copy, they must purchase it from my website (
3. Photos or videos of finished projects may be shared online, but credit in the form of a link back to my website ( must be given. Photos or videos of the intermediate steps used to create the project can NOT be shared.
4. The projects you make using my paid tutorials may be used for SWAPS, but you must give me credit by naming my website ( as the source of your project.
5. You may sell the finished projects you make using my tutorials, but you must give me credit by naming my website ( as the source for the project on your labeling or packaging.
6. You can NOT make a digital cut file from my paid tutorials to share with others. You may make a digital cut file for your own personal use.
7. The projects you make using my paid tutorials can NOT be used for publication or contest submission.
8. Terms and Conditions are subject to change without notice.

I'm dedicating this tutorial to my dear friend R.V. We spent many moments duck watching together on our neighborhood lake before we both moved away. Our lake was on a migratory route, so every year we would get at least 10 different species of ducks flying by. I can't look at a duck without thinking of her. Miss you, my friend!

Bee Stamping with Qbee


  1. Brenda, these are sooooo cute! You are just amazing.

  2. Super cute! Your creativity never ceases.

  3. How tall is the finished product?

    1. The duck and duckling are approximately 2" tall.

    2. Thank you! I am trying to purchase the three punches needed. The first circle punch is available, but the second and third are not. When in click the link it takes me to your website's main page. Where can I purchase these products?

    3. The oval and scallop punches retired last year. I will be back in my craft studio on Friday. When I get back let me see, what alternatives I can come up with. I'll post back here once I can take a look.

    4. Here are some alternatives you could use for the two punches that are now retired. Instead of the large oval punch for the wings, you could use either the largest petal from the Festive Flower Builder Punch (139682) OR the smallest oval in the layering ovals framelits (141706). If you choose the framelits, you will need a Big Shot (143263) to run the framelits through. Instead of the 7/8" Scallop Circle for the feet, you could use medium flower from the Blossom Bunch Punch (140612). I hope this helps. Just let me know if you have any other questions.