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Paper Players #109 Oops! – jkcards

Paper Players #109 Oops!

Updated! Apparently I should read a little better!! It’s not piercing, it’s piecing! LOL! I’ll be back tomorrow with the correct card! Ha ha ha! Wow, a little embarrassing but I did have a busy weekend so there you go! 🙂

Good morning, is it Monday all ready?! Boy did that weekend go fast. I’m happy to say that I made it through the Bridal Shower and the 70th Birthday Party unscathed. I also managed to do some major re-arranging in my house to expand my craft area. I was successful for the most part, now I just need to reorganize a little and find someplace for the few straggler items that are still in the living room. So, in the end I had a very productive weekend!

Today’s post is for this weeks Paper Players Challenge. First, I want to thank Jaydee for choosing my card as her pick of the week for last weeks challenge! You can see the winners here and my original post here. Now on to this week’s challenge. The lovely Anne Marie has given us a Clean and Simple Paper Piercing Challenge…

Paper-Piercing… I LOVE Paper-Piercing! The base of my card is Lucky Limeade Card Stock. I added a strip from the Festival of Prints Designer Series Paper Stack across the bottom. The greeting is from the Heart of Christmas Wood Mount Stamp and is stamped in Cherry Cobbler. I used the Apothecary Accents Framelits to cut it out. The piece under that is Lucky Limeade and is cut out with the same. I used the Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack and Paper-Piercing Tool to pierce around the edge. Under that we have some Cherry Cobbler and I pierced the outline of the label onto that. All of the layers are mounted to the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals. For some bling I used the 1/2″ Circle Punch to punch out a piece of Silver Glimmer Paper and the cut it half and adhered it to the label with the greeting using some 2-Way Glue. Last but certainly not least I used one of the Round Designer Ribbon Slides with a piece of Lucky Limeade Card Stock that I flagged the ends on and adhered it to the card with Mini Glue Dots. I love the greeting, it’s so true and Paper-Piercing… WEE! I hope that you enjoyed this week’s Paper Player Challenge card. Thank you so much for stopping by and have a super day!

Stampin’ Up! products used:

Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler and Lucky Limeade

Ink: Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Ink

Stamp Set: Heart of Christmas Wood Mount

Designer Series Paper: Festival of Prints Stack

Specialty Paper: Sliver Glimmer Paper

Embellishments: Round Designer Ribbon Slides

Tools: Big Shot, Apothecary Accents Framelits Dies, Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack, Paper-Piercing Tool, 1/2″ Circle Punch, Paper Snips, 2-Way Glue, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals and SNAIL

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2 Replies to “Paper Players #109 Oops!”

  1. Haha! I totally read it the same way at first, Justin, but I wasn’t at home to make a card or I would have made the same mistake! I was looking over the DT samples and I couldn’t see any piercing so I assumed the photos didn’t show it. It wasn’t until I read Ann Schach’s blog that I realized my mistake. And don’t feel bad – that is a beautiful card!

    1. Thanks Heather! Sigh, I really did have a crazy weekend. What a boob! I was happy with the card too. Back to the drawing board! Have a great day! 🙂

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