Wednesday, January 8, 2014

White on White!

Hi Friends,
Today I am sharing with you, an all white card. This is the second time, I have attempted this White On White card, the first time around I did not own a die cutting machine and dies, so my card was created entirely with punches, but I knew that when I had some dies to play with I would definitely give this "WOW" card technique a try again :) So, here's my card which I have made using only dies especially the Cheery Lynn dies.                                                                                          
                                                                 
 And here's a another look   :
                                                                 
                                                                                               
 And a look at the inside of my card :                                                  
  For the bottom half  of my card, I have used the Anastasia Border die from Cheery Lynn and pleated it and created the 3 layers to give an effect of frills and layers in a gown, as essentially this card is for a wedding anniversary, and for the inside of the card, I have first embossed an panel using the Provocraft/Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing folder and then de-bossed it by running through the two big shot plates hence flattening the embossing while still retaining the design! The small flowers that you see on the right-hand corner, are also from the Cheery Lynn Daisy Strip die but I have hand-cut them in a small 'V' to give it a new shape. The foliage are all from Cheery Lynn dies too. 

Supplies Used :
Base cardstock -Campap
Embossing folders and Dies : Provocraft Swiss Dots Embossing folder, Cheery Lynn Daisy Strip die, Cheery Lynn Olive Branches, Cheery Lynn Fanciful Flourish, Cheery Lynn 3 in 1 exotic Butterflies (Small) , Ironwork Motifs Scalloped ovals die, Ironwork Motifs oval die.
Stamp : Inkadinkadoo Wedding Stamp set.        
Inks : Versafine Onyx Black ink pad.              
Lace and Pearls.          

Challenges entered :
Cheery Lynn Designs -Winter Whites.
613 Avenue Create - Anything goes with optional twist -Color,Sights and Sounds of Winter.
Make my Monday -Embossing

Hope you all like my card. Please do leave me your comments/suggestions. I would love to hear from you :)
Have a nice day everyone!

26 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Snowy beauty !! I loved the frill..

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  2. Very stunning card. I love he bottom layering of dies and the beautiful flowers on top! Thanks for joining in this week's Cheery Lynn Designs challenge! -Karen

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  3. Oh wow, this is absolutely stunning!! I love the layers and the gorgeous flowers!! What a beautiful card!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  4. Your card is lovely, white on white is always stunning and so is your card - thanks for joining in this week at MMM - Jacqueline xx

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  5. I love your card design, so pretty. Good luck with the challenge.
    Julie x

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  6. Gorgeous card hussena,love all the layers.

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  7. How beautiful is this card?!! I don't know how you do it. But the flowers in white look so pretty.

    Wish I could do pretty layered stuff like you. Keep rocking girl!

    Regards.
    Vithya

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  8. I thought I already left a comment?!!
    Oh, well. I love your card. The flowers especially. I couldn't imagine they would as pretty as they are. Kudos to you.

    Wish I could layers as well as you.Keep rockin'
    Regards,
    Vithya

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  9. It is gorgeous!
    White on white is really hard to do...but you've nailed it.
    Pure perfection!

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  10. Ur creations always gr8 Hussena....love the choices of ur color combos nd arrangements. Ths white nd white is stunning....

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  11. attractive WOW card and a wow feeling Hussena

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  12. This is so pretty Hussena! Love the way the white pops out .
    Always a fan :)

    Love,
    Rohini

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  13. wow, so delicate and pretty....the paper lace looks fab

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  14. fantastic card.absolutely eye popping.well done my friend

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  15. You really can't go wrong with white on white! You did a great job, Hussena, your card is very beautiful and elegant!

    Happy Crafting!
    Manu

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  16. how gorgeous! I found your masterpiece over on sentimental sundays challenge, and am I glad! your blog is wonderful. I've become your newest follower via blog lovin' hugs, de {Creative Smiles}

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  17. Lovely Hussena, great use of Cheery Lynn dies. I especially like the "V" cut out of the daisies, a very pretty look. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.

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  18. So beautiful .I love white on white but sadly have only done one card ever.I am inspired to do some more.They look gorgeous!

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  19. Thank you for joining us at MMM with this stunningly pretty card
    Suzi B x

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  20. Hussena Wow This is absolutely stunning. Your flowers are gorgeous and all your layering is great. All the flourishes and gathered lace make it so stunning. Thanks for joining us in the Cheery Lynn challenge. Best of Luck to you

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  21. This is definitely a WoW card....love all the wonderful layers and dies used.

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  22. Your card is super pretty and elegant. All your die-cut elements worked in harmony that gave your card so much edge. I love it a lot! So glad you showcased your project in our neighborhood---613 Avenue Create. Be sure to join us tomorrow (1/12/2014) for our 1st Year Blogaversary Challenge with many prizes to be won. God bless, always!

    JO ANN
    http://jatterburycreations.blogspot.com

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  23. Hussena, this is outstanding! I love white on white cards. Your frills at the bottom are fabulous. Great job! Glad you got a die cutting machine. You'll have the best time with it.

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  24. Love WOW cards (white on white) cards! This is so pretty. My fave touch are the pleated rows along the bottom half.

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