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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Christmas White

Look closely and maybe you can see:   Snowflake bg Embossing folder (Cuttlebug); Martha Stewart border punch (leaves); Cheery Lynn pine branches (also a border die); circle from Nellie Snellen Christmas embossing folder; computer verse.  From the Nellie Snellen EF I tried something way outside the box for me - just used a circle from the center - showing  a lamppost, houses, and clouds (or are they huge snowflakes?) in the sky.  Now that I broke the ice, so to speak, I know that I do not HAVE to use that entire folder!  (The black mat is only for the photo.)
Sketch #1: http://vlvsketches.blogspot.com/
White on white Christmas:  http://beccysplace.blogspot.com/2014/11/day-12-white-on-white.html#comment-form
 Christmas:  http://qkrstampede.blogspot.co.uk/
                   http://creativecornerchallenges.blogspot.de/\
                   http://christmasstampin.blogspot.co.uk/

7 comments:

  1. Venturing outside the box has been a great success Dorothy, your card is beautiful. I love how you've combined all the different elements, creating lots of texture and shadows, which is what you need for white on white cards. I love your idea of using only a part of the embossing folder, I'm definitely going to try that!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  2. Beautiful your white project, Dorothy.
    Cheers,
    Suzana

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  3. Thank you for joining this week at QKR Stampede Good luck and We hope you'll join us again soon
    Zoe x
    Handmade with lots of Love

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  4. Thank you for joining this week at QKR Stampede Good luck and We hope you'll join us again soon
    Zoe x
    Handmade with lots of Love

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  5. Just GORgeous! I LOve White on White..Such pretty embossing dies and a lovely scene...Thank you sooo much for joining us this week at
    QKR Stampede.
    Chrissyx

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  6. Such a pretty card. I just love the white on white look.

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