Wednesday, June 27, 2012


My Late Night Stampers friends' challenge this week is to use paper piercing on a project!  Luckily, I purchased all the new paper piercing gadgets from the new catalog, so I thought how much fun will this be!!!  So I started creating! Here's what I came up with!

 I used Lucky Limeade & Regal Rose cardstock. They seem to complement each other nicely! 

The stamp set is Apothecary Art. I'm still trying to figure out where I stand with this stamp set! It's nice, and they have the awesome 
Labels Collection Framelits to go with it, but it's a bit fancy for my taste! There is a nice little journaling stamp in the set though for the scrapbookers in the group!

Anyway, I stamped the image on Very Vanilla, & used q-tips and ink pads to color it in. Bigger images I would have used the Sponge Daubers, but these flowers are small! 

I embossed the edge of the card with the Adorning Accents Embossing folder and then cut with the Adorning Accents Edgelit die. 

The new piercing pack actually has shapes to "outline".  See!

Ya, kinda hard to tell in the photo, so check out the catalog page 181 . 

 I used the Fancy Flower punch was used for the flower along with the small Floral Frames Framelit. Glad I had a few of the buttons hanging around!!! And the Lucky Limeade Bakers Twine was the perfect finishing touch!

It was actually a pretty easy & quick card to make once I came up with the design! I'm pretty happy with it! I'm not sure who I'm going to give it to yet though!!! So many people in my life to thank & be thankful for!!!

Anyway, if you'd like more details, feel free to contact me!!! 

Happy Stampin'!!!!


  1. Very pretty! Thanks for joining the LNS challenge this week!

  2. Gosh Joni just love that colour combination, so pretty! Also totally loving that flower TFS.

  3. This is just beautiful. Love everything about it. Great work.

  4. I love these bright colors, so pretty. Great job!



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