Monday 18 November 2013

White on White - Photo inspiration

Hi, good of you to drop by.
The forecast is for a little bit of the wintry stuff to arrive later on tonight and tomorrow. So long as it doesn't come down too heavy and block us in like last year, I don't mind it, its better than the grey depressing weather we've had recently.
Today's card is another take on WOW. I tried something a bit different today- no stamping, just matting a layering. 

This a simple 5x7" white base card with a piece of white embossed with snowflakes and mounted on a gunmetal greypaper. On top of this is a smaller piece embossed with a falling snow folder and mounted on the same paper. The snowflake was cut then embossed using a Cuttlebug Cut n Emboss set.
The pearl and organza ribbon is from the stash and the gunmetal charm greeting is from Making Memories.

And that's it, Bob's your uncle. 
I shall enter it in the following challenges
The Ribbon Girl - Colour challenge

Of to the local village quiz tonight to defend our crown. One player down as Ella went to uni this time and replacement brother has a job interview. Let's hope 3 heads are as good as 4.

Tatty bye.


  1. Hello Julie - your card is lovely - thanks for joining in with the Ribbon Girl November Colour Challenge, Mary x

  2. Stunning card. I love white on white & this is perfect. Hugs Bev x


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