Friday, June 22, 2012

PP100 - Celebration Party 100th at Paper Players

The Paper Player is having their 100th Party Challenge, PP100 and as you can see, you can choose any of your favorite past 100 challenges. Therefore anything goes this week and how cool to see which ones are people's most favorite.

For me, it's hard to select just one favorite, so instead, I looked at it with fresh eyes and went through all of the previous sketches they had and loved Challenge #40, since I love punches and this sketch gives me the perfect opportunity to do just that.

Here is the sketch:

Since my DSP Twitterpated was out and about, I went with that and for contrast used Real Red. The funny thing was, I realized in the end, Riding Hood Red is one of the coordinating cardstock for it, but Real Red works just as well.

For this card, I pulled out the Owl Punch which is so fun to play with and made a girl version with it. Colors used were: Early Espresso, Whisper White, Daffodil Delight and Lucky Limeade for the leaf. The Doily was from the now retired DSP (Flirtatious Specialty)

For these cute little flowers, the stamp set: Language of Friendship was used along with the Boho Blossoms Punch and Island Indigo ink. Stampin Dimensionals were used to pop them up and placed at random. For the side, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch was used in Whisper White.
For the sentiment, used now retired set: Perfect Words since I'm giving this card to my sister and thought it was perfect for her aside from the fact it was super late at night when I finished this card and this set was right next to me. She loves Owls.
If you haven't stopped over yet, click here to go directly to The Paper Player website and if you want to see Challenge #40 and get some other ideas, click here. Hope you Enjoy and have fun!!

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2 comments:

  1. This is sooo cute, Mikki! I love the owl. I know your sister will adore this! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

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  2. Love this one, Mikki!! That little owl is all dressed up and I love her expressive eyes. The punched flowers are a fun touch, too! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)

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