Saturday, November 12, 2011


     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).


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

  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:)

  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!


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