Paper Players 265

It was another beautiful day here yesterday and looks to be the same today. I stayed in for a good part of the day and worked on some projects and FaceTimed with Andrea for a while. Last night I ran over to see Heather and FaceTimed with Jules for a bit with she was on break. She works at Heathrow for their version of the TSA and was having a latte in Costa! I’ll be heading into Manhattan in a bit to work at The Ink Pad again today, so if you are in the area stop by and say hi!

Before I get to this week’s card for the Paper Players card I wanted to thank Lisa for choosing my card for her Cut Above from last week’s challenge! You can see the winners post here and my original post here!

I was inspired by Michael’s bright colors in his work to make my card for this week’s Paper Players challenge…

Paper Players #265

Today’s card begins with a base of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock with the front covered in a piece of Black. I took a piece of Solar White 80lb and used my Mini Ink Blending Tool with some Twisted Citron, Hickory Smoke and Picked Raspberry Distress Ink to create the background. My greeting is from an old Paper Pumpkin Kit and is heat embossed in Hero Arts White Embossing Powder. The background is then adhered to the card with Fun Foam and SNAIL. The cool skull is from the Simon Says Stamp Sugar Skulls Photopolymer Stamp Set and is stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black and cut out with the Coordinating Die. I used my Copics to color him in and then added some Stardust Stickles on some areas for a little sparkle. He’s adhered to the card with Foam Tape. Finally, a few Pretty Pink Posh Charcoal and Essentials By Ellen Iridescent Grey Sequins are scattered around and complete the card. A really bright card for me but I do love that Sugar Skull! I hope that you enjoyed my card for this week’s Paper Players challenge! Thanks very much for your visit today and I wish you all a wonderful Wednesday! 🙂

Paper Players 265-WM

Products used:

Stamp Sets: Sugar Skulls Photopolymer (Simon Says Stamp) and Paper Pumpkin Kit (Vintage/Stampin’ Up!)

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Twisted Citron, Hickory Smoke and Picked Raspberry Distress (Ranger/Tim Holtz)

Specialty Ink: Versa-Mark

Embossing Powder: White (Hero Arts)

Markers: Copics

Card Stock: Solar White 110lb and 80lb (Neenah) and Black 100lb (Recollections)

Die: Sugar Skull (Simon Says Stamp)

Embellishments: Stardust Stickles (Ranger), Charcoal Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh) and Iridescent Grey (Ellen Hutson)

Adhesives: SNAIL, 3M Foam Tape and Multi-Matte Medium (Ranger)

Tools: Big Shot, Heat Tool and Fun Foam

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16 Replies to “Paper Players 265”

    1. Wholly Dumbledore! LOL! Thank you Michael! And thanks for the inspiration! I could get use to the nice bright colors! 🙂

  1. What a Michael Trent feel to this card! And it is so New Orleans too. Eerie for me as I scare easily! However, I really like the background and the bright colors. Have a great Wednesday! Love ya, Nancy B

    1. Yes Nancy! The bright colors definitely give it a Michael feel! LOL! The skull is nice and bright, not scary at all! Hope you had a good Wednesday! Love ya too! XO 🙂

  2. Oh my gosh Justin! Your card is absolutely FRIGHTFUL! Fitting for Halloween eh? AND try saying Simon Says Stamp Sugar Skulls Photopolymer Stamp Set five times in a row! LOL It’s a new tongue twister for sure.

    I’m finally down to 2 rooms to totally tear apart and clean so I’m going to tare myself away from this computer and get busy. Enjoy this fantastic weather my friend. Love & Hugs, :O

    1. Thank you very much Grace! I thought that it was a good one for Halloween too! You are right, that is a tongue twister for sure! I hope that you got all of the rest of your stuff finished! I did enjoy the weather! Love to you! XOXO 🙂

  3. Yowza!!! I LOVE LOVE the colors too Justin! And that skull is so cool. Halloween is one of my most favorite celebrations. I love all colors, and love watching the little kids around here dress up and try to scare me when I hand out the candy. It’s a fun time for sure. Your card is excellent! YAY YOU !

    1. Thanks so much Bobbi! The skull is really neat and I enjoyed playing with the bright colors, not really my thing but definitely fun! Yes, Halloween is great with all of the little kids! 🙂

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