The color white evokes a feeling of clean crispness that can't be replicated with any other color. With winter and snow upon us, there couldn't be a more perfect time to embrace this beautiful color and the blank canvas it creates. With color taken out of the creative equation, there is no limit to what you can do. Your challenge is to create a white-on-white card. While you can add small pops of color or touches of neutrals, the main focus of your project should be the color white. Layer die-cuts, mix textures created with impression plates, combine multiple ribbon styles, dazzle with rhinestones & pearls, think white heat-embossed patterns and so much more. Let your creativity take the lead as you create your white masterpiece!
I punched four sizes of snowflakes and stamped them in Fresh Snow, sprinkling glitter on each while they were still wet. (in hindsight, I should have used a glue pad since it isn't sticking too well) Then I simply layered them together after slightly bending the edges for dimension. In the center, I put a white button threaded with white embroidery floss and silver metallic floss. I embossed the background with a snowflake folder for more texture, and then I embossed my sentiments in silver on some diecut banners. It's quite pretty in person!
Stamps: Snowfall, Snowfall Additions (Papertrey Ink)
Paper: White (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Fresh Snow (Papertrey Ink); VersaMark
Misc: Snowflake punches (Marvy Uchida); Double-Ended Banners dies (Papertrey Ink); silver embossing powder, white button (Papertrey Ink); white embroidery floss (DMC); silver metallic fine braid (Kreinik); Carrara Marble glitter (Martha Stewart); Snowflakes embossing folder (Cuttlebug)