Thursday, September 24, 2020

White on white

Hello everybody! How are you doing? Can you belive we are already in the last days of September? I think this month just flew by. 

The card I'm about to show you is different (in several ways) than the cards you normally see on my blog. First of all, it doesn't contain any stamped images. And second of all - it's all white. I've always admired those completely white cards, because I think they look really elegant, but I've always been "afraid" to make myself. But the other day I saw there was a "white on white" challenge, and I decided to step out of my comfort zone and try to make a white Christmas card. 

My original plan was to make a white Christmas card and then just emboss a nice (Christmas) sentiment with the golden embossing powder on it. Well, that plan failed as soon as I wanted to do some stamping, because my embossing stamp pad was completely dry. So I put my thinking cap on and started looking for solution. I thought of a Stampin up rub ons that I've had in my stash for quite a while and decided to use the "joy" sentiment as the center of my card. I glued some small pearls over it. As you can see I used two different enbossing folders and corrugated cardstock to get some lovely textures on my card. I used foam pads between the layers for some extra dimension. I finished the card off with some die cuts, lace and some extra pearls.

So much from me today. Have a lovely day! xx

I would like to enter my card to the following challenges: 
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas challenge: Anything Christmas goes (+ optional: include the word joy)
Word art Wednesday: Anything goes (with sentiment)
Paperbabe stamps: Dimensions
Yes, Virginia: September show and share
Uniko Studio: Anything goes (optional: thanks)


  1. Just love all the texture and shades of white here, Cebelica!! Those pearls and touch of lace add such wow factor!! So glad you could join us at Christmas Kickstart for our White on White challenge!! Linda the Elf

  2. Quite elegant - so glad you pushed out of your comfort zone.

  3. Wow so elegant and beautiful card x

  4. How lovely! You felt the fear and did it anyway (Isn't there a book called that????) and the result is beautiful. I was worried about making a WoW card too, but now I love the look. Thanks for joining Linda and me at Christmas Kickstart, Jo x

  5. What a stunning card, Cebelica. LOVE those pretty white pearls, too. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful art with us.
    Word Art Wednesday

  6. Beautiful monochromatic card with lovely texture. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Uniko.

  7. Echoing the others: your card is gorgeous! Delicious layers/textures of white on white, with the addition of the pearls...swoon! Thanks so much for joining us at Uniko!


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