Tuesday 4 July 2017

White on White Christmas

Hi and welcome to a scheduled post to announce the start of a brand new challenge over at ATSM.
Here's my inspiration for you, can you guess the theme this week?

This week we are looking for projects that are -

Here are few quick pointers to the rules of CAS if you were wondering.

- one main focal point
- lots of open (no pattern) space
- minimal layers
- minimal embellishments

For my card I went with a Christmas theme inspired by the sketch at CAS(E) the Sketch and Addicted to CAS.
Quite simple to produce once I'd planned where to cut my top panel and got my die the right way around!
To start I took a panel of white card and cut my curves to roughly match the sketch then using another plate die, I cut the snowflakes and placed them under the two parts of the cut panel. The greeting was die cut in white then black to give a slight shadow line. The top panel was then popped up on pads.
For for fab CAS inspiration check out the rest of the team here.

Joining in over at -



  1. wooow adorable concept of white of white
    looks like a bride dress Miss Julie
    love your idea and this is elegant CAS card
    see you around teamie
    big hugs
    Monika (ATSM Teamie)

  2. That's an absolute corker of a die and I love the white on white. Fantastic card. Thanks for playing at HLS Christmas challenge.

  3. A wonderful example of CAS/WOW, the die cut snowflake panel looks so pretty xx

  4. Wow, this is a beautifully elegant card! Thanks for sharing at ATCAS!

  5. I love how your embossing adds so much dimension to this card, Jules! Beautiful white on white design, too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at ATCAS!

  6. Gorgeous die cut, Julie. You managed to confuse me at first because I didn't know which challenge I was commenting on ;).

  7. gorgeous card Julie..so elegant!

  8. What a beautiful, elegant design Jules.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Happy Little Stampers and I hope you will join us again soon.
    Carol x


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