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White Christmas

Here’s my all white card today for our twisted sister’s challenge.  Shirley (we lovingly refer to her as the bus driver) sets the  challenges and always comes up with something fun!

Making an all white card, no image, and only black ink for a sentiment was quite the challenge!  It really inspired me though and this is what I came up with.  Let me know what you think, it was kind of  intimidating at first.  Would you try an all white card? Jump on the bus with us at Splitcoaststampers if you want to, just add TSC1016 to your keywords. I really can’t wait to see what the others have done for this challenge!

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I’ve layered an embossed panel of white on a card base of white. I figured I’d apply the same rules to my all white card as I do when making a monochromatic card…layers and lots of texture!!   I glittered some of the embossed snowflakes with dazzling diamond glitter from Stampin’ Up!  EVERYTHING is covered in glitter now; me, my craft room and even my kids!!  I used my Spellbinders nestabilites labels one to make frames for my sentiment.  Then I glittered the edge of the smaller panel and embossed the larger one with swiss dots for a contrast to the background snowflakes.  I decided it needed a ribbon and after fiddling around for a while to figure out how it would be best placed, I finally settled on this and it was done.

I’m so glad you stopped by today!!  I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s card!

Have a creative day!!

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6 Comments

  1. jaime says

    That is adorable. I may be kipping this one for an upcoming challenge. HMMMMM

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  2. Lovely card, Deena, very elegant! I have never used embossing on my cards, I don’t know actually how to do it, I thought one time to give it a try because I really like it!
    Hugs, Alina

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