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A very good Sunday morning to you all! Did you forget to spring forward? If it has the word spring in it I will definitely remember! We loose an hour but it’s a for a good cause, warmer weather is on the way. It was actually pretty nice here yesterday. Most of the snow is gone and I think it got up to around 50 degrees. It was so nice that I did drive around with top down on the car, just for a little while. 🙂

Sunday means it’s time for this week’s Paper Players Challenge. As always, before I get to this week I want to congratulate Stacey for being my choice for Cut Above for last weeks In Stitches challenge. You can see the winners list here. This week we have a color challenge for the wonderful Nance…

Paper Players #136 Color 3-10-2013

I was a little worried when I first saw this combination but after playing for a bit I love it! The base of my card is Early Espresso Card Stock. I used some White Stampin’ Emboss Powder and my heat tool to emboss the greeting from the Vintage Verses Stamp Set from Sale-A-Bration right on the base. Directly above that is a piece of paper from the Brights Collection Designer Series Paper Pack. Next, I adhered a Tea Lace Paper Doily with some SNAIL. The tag is created with my Simply Scored and some Pool Party. I used the Little Leaves Sizzlit to cut out two piece of Lucky Limeade. The rolled paper roses are made using the 2 1/2″ Circle Punch and some Regal Rose. A little inward circular cutting with my Paper Snips and some hot glue and they are ready to be adhered to the card with Mini Glue Dots. The butterflies are from the Papillon Potpourri Stamp Set. I stamped them in Regal Rose and used the Elegant Butterfly and Bitty Butterfly Punches to punch them out. Some Stampin’ Dimensionals adhere both them and the tag to the card. I have been wanting to make some rolled paper roses for a while, I don’t know why I put it off for so long, they were super easy to make. I hpoe that you enjoyed my Paper Players Guest Designer card for this week’s color challenge from Nance. Thank for checking in with me today and I hope that you enjoy your Sunday!

Stampin’ Up! products used:

Card Stock: Early Espresso, Pool Party, Lucky Limeade and Regal Rose

Designer Series Paper: Brights Collection

Stamp Sets: Vintage Verses and Papillon Potpourri Clear Mount

Ink: Regal Rose Classic Stampin’ Ink

Specialty Ink: Versa-Mark

Sizzlit: Little Leaves

Punches: 2 1/2″ Circle, Elegant Butterfly and Bitty Butterfly

Embossing Powder: White

Embellishments: Tea Lace Paper Doilies

Tools: Big Shot, Heat Gun, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Paper Snips, Simply Scored, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals and SNAIL

NON SU!: Standard Hole Punch

Paper Players 136

Papillion Potpourri CM

Vinatge Verses

Brights DSP Stack

2 1:2%22 Circle Punch

Elegant Butterfly Punch

Bitty Butterfly Punch

Little Leaves Sizzlit Dies

Tea Lace Paper Doilies

Breaking News! Stampin’ Up! has released their first Photopolymer Stamp Set! It’s called Designer Typeset! The great thing about Photopolymer Stamps is that they are completely clear so you can see exactly where you are going to stamp. They work amazingly with our new Firm Foam Stampin’ Pads for great ink coverage. You are going to love them! This is a limited release so make sure you get one before it’s gone!

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Do you ever feel the need to make something that means something but don’t think you have the time? Or you like to be creative but don’t want to buy a ton of supplies? Well, you don’t have any excuses anymore! Introducing Paper Pumpkin from Stampin’ Up! Each month you will receive a kit that contains all of the items (except adhesive) that you need to make a project, all for just $19.95. Each kit will ship out on or around the 15th of each month. You can cancel at any time, but who would want to?! Go ahead, sign up and get some crafting therapy for only $19.95 including shipping! Click here now! Don’t forget to choose me as your Demonstrator, Justin Krieger – Bethpage, NY! :-)

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About jrk912

I am a tech junkie that loves to engineer some paper!

23 responses »

  1. Your rolled paper flowers are gorgeous! What a beautiful card.

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  2. u make those flowers look so easy!

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  3. Love this card! Very creative making your own tag and the rolled roses are beautiful! Keep up the good work. Love your blog.

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  4. Beautiful, Justin! Your rolled flowers are to die for!

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  5. What a pretty card, Justin! Your flowers are just beautiful — wish mine could turn out half that good. I love the layout too!

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  6. Very pretty card Justin and the flowers are perfect! Wow I really must try making these again – I am not good at rolling them. Did you just freehand cut a spiral and then rolled?

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  7. We would never know that these colors worried you, your card is gorgeous! The rolled flowers are perfect and I LOVE your layout. The doily behind the tag is just perfect. So glad you enjoyed the colors–thanks for rockin’ my challenge!

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  8. Wow! Such a gorgeous card, Justin! I love the rolled flowers and the delicate doily detail. Hope you had a great week! 🙂

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  9. How big is the buttefly punch that you used? I’m looking for a large butterfly punch that can be used as tags for a wedding. Guests are going to write advice on them and hang them from a tree.

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