I hope all of you are well and that you aren't to buried under the snow. If you find yourself in that situation I could provide a couple recommendations. Pour yourself a glass of something warm (tea, hot chocolate, coffee, etc) and do something crafty (its what I do) and play along with a couple challenges if you are a card maker like me.
Today is my first time playing along with the Christmas Card Challenge and it really was a good Challenge because it sure Challenged me!
First of all I have never ever designed a card that was white on white and at first I struggled a bit with this concept however once I saw this die cut in my stash of things that I have never before played with but own, I just knew that it was going to be perfect!
The card that I designed ended up being pretty simplistic, however it is (in my opinion) classy, simple and fits the white on white pretty good.
I also challenged myself to use Gold. Its not a colour that I use very often, and I thought this was the perfect chance to use it!
Here is a picture of the front of the card.
(I apologize for the quality of this photo...its a little dark, but ill take that over the other ones that kept turning out fuzzy.)
Heres a picture of the side view of the card!
I am going to list the supplies that I used for this card, but I do apologize that some of the supplies used are from my stash and are scraps so I will do my best to link to something similar.
Joy - Wording used for the card
Gold Embossing - used on the wording
Heating Gun - used to melt the embossing powder for the wording
Acrylic Block - tool used for stamping
Snowflake Wreath - used as the focal point for the card
Glitter - used for the centre of the snowflakes
Iridescent Spray - used to cover the snowflakes
Paper Trimmer - used to cut the paper
Vellum - used to stamp the wording onto of
Mono Multi Glue - used to attach the snowflake wreath
Double Sided Tape - used to attach paper together
Gold Paper - (this is a similar product but not exact as the paper used on this card was scrap)
Ribbon - scraps in my stash so unable to find a good source for something similar...sorry!