Saturday, November 12, 2011

White-on-White

     White-on-white always makes an elegant looking card.  Adding some dry embossing just seems to up the elegance quotient, or at least I hope that's the case for this Christmas card.
      It was as simple as could be to make. The tree is gold-embossed and popped up on a white mat that is embossed with the textile folder. That is popped up on a panel embossed with the swiss dot folder. A white organza ribbon with gold edging is wrapped around the larger mat and finished off with a bow. And that's all there is to it.  This would be an easy one to set up assembly-line style if you make a lot of Christmas cards.
     This card is for a VSN challenge to make a white-on-white card, and also for what amounts to the same challenge at Paper Cupcake's blog There's Magic in the Air.
     The embossing powder is called Pirate's Gold from Powder Keg. I love the stamp, but unfortunately I don't know who made it (it's from a clear stamp set I got at a consignment sale and it doesn't have any identifying info on it).

3 comments:

  1. LOVE the white on white...so elegant!
    thanks for your sweet comment on my Really Reasonable Ribbon projects!

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  2. Very beautiful creation - love the embossed tree and that great ribbon. Thanks so much for playing at THERE'S MAGIC in the AIR w/ PAPER CUPCAKES this week:)

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  3. Wow! I think that is W-O-W challenge... Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! GREAT JOB!
    Thanks for joining us for TMITA-Paper Cupcakes "White on White"!
    Join us again for the next challenge!
    Good Luck!
    -Sony
    Sonia-Studio60

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