Monday, April 29, 2013

BSS MONDAY IDEA - Paper Piercing

Welcome to the Buffalo Stamps and Stuff Monday Idea.
Today's idea is paper piercing.
Paper piercing adds texture to a card.
Here, I have pierced the Spellbinders die mat just around the edge.
Using a piercing tool and a sponge mat.
The completed card. I also pierced the white border above and below
the ribbon.
Stamp - Stampendous Cling - Pear Label CRW084
Orange, two colors, white and green card stock.
Spellbinder's die - Nestabilities, Label One
Martha Stewart Border punch
Ribbon from my stash
Colored with Copics.
Using a ruler, pierce a line straight across the bottom of a card for interest.
Hope you have a chance to try this technique.
Have a great Monday.  Thanks for stopping by today.  Until later.


Glenda Atkins said...

Great paper piercing, everything seems to be pretty regular.Mine often go out of kilter, can't seem to keep them straight or evenly spaced. Love your pears, fab card!

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is beautiful Sue.

greetings karin

Sue said...

Gorgeous card Sue. I love the image and wonderful sunny colours
hugs Sue xx

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Sue.

Hugs Riet.xx

Donna Hanley said...

Oh that ribbon goes so great with your pears. I think I should have some nice fruit for breakfast. Thanks for getting me off to a good healthy start today. I love to pierce and it really adds to a card. You'd think because I love it so much, I'd do it more often wouldn't you? I will have to rectify that. Thanks for sharing this very nice, soft,sweet card.

Anonymous said...

WOW! This is gorgeous Sue!! Love your paper piercing! One of my very fave things to do!! :) TFS!! HUGS

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Donna Ellis said...

Beautifully colored pears and wonderful card, Sue! Your card makes me want to break out my favorite pear image and use it again - it's been far too long. A beautiful card in every way. hugs, de

Turtle In The Sand said...

This is too funny. I just paper-pierced a card I made today. You are so correct it does add interest and is easy to do too on the right dies, but doing it on a curved line is hard to keep evenly spaced. You aced this one

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