NO, not body piercings, LOL! I'm challenging you to use the paper piercing technique on a card. Here's a simple sample:
Here's the how-to:
Open your card so you're just piercing through the front and not the back too. You need a soft-like surface underneath your card front, like an old mouse pad. Using a "piercing tool" (a sharp needle will do in a pinch), simply punch tiny holes in your card. I think the most popular design is punching a line around a mat layer for a "frame" effect. Piercing can be as simple as a few holes in a corner, or as extravagant as a detailed design made of tiny holes. The possibilities are endless!
Whenever I do paper piercing, I use plastic needlepoint canvas as a guide. Lay it over your card front, and decide what row of squares you want to use. Be sure all the holes are pierced in the same area of each square - like the top right corner. That way, your row will be evenly spaced and straight.
On my sample card, I also pierced some accent holes along the embossed border at the bottom.
I was going to show you a couple more samples but my internet is sooooo slow today and I can't get them to load. Sorry!
So go ahead - make a card with some kind of piercing on it and leave me a comment with a link here so I can see! Hope you can play along!