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Thursday, July 3, 2014

White Christmas

Hello!
Once started, it's difficult to quit. I continue with Christmas theme for my cards. This time I couldn't stay away from trying out a new theme from Merry Monday - all white Christmas card.



The colour constraints made me think of ways of adding dimension to my card and bringing elements to stand out. I decided to add texture by stencilling with an embossing paste and dimension - through using a negative die cut.


The negative die cut not only brings more dimension through the shades, but also more light if you see through. It looks like a candle light giving it so Christmas touch.



Thanks for coming by! Have a great day!
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Cardstock: PTI White
Dies: Memory Box Hayden Twigs, Meadow Bird
Stencil: SSS Falling Snow
Other: Wendy Vecchi Embossing Paste White, AC Classic Christmas Glitter, Rayher Felt White, Martha Stewart Embossing Powder Silver, Ranger Distress Embossing Ink

10 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful! I love the negative die cuts in the branches...SO pretty!! :0)

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  2. I love all the texture on your card. Very pretty. Thank you for joining us at Merry Monday!

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  3. Very pretty idea with the die-cut and the texture you added looks great! Thanks for playing Merry Monday with us!

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  4. Lovely card. Love the use of the negative die cut. Pretty scene

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  5. So pretty - love the negative in this. Gorgeous! :)

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  6. Love it! Your card is so pretty and I love the light shining thru! Brilliant design! Thanks for playing along with us this week over at Merry Monday! :)

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  7. This is beautiful! I love the way the snow sparkles and the light comes through the die cut! Thank you for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!

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  8. Wow, this card is stunning! I love that you kept it white and had so many different textures. It looks incredible with the sun coming thru too. Absolutely perfect!

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    1. Thank you, Shona! I also like negative die-cut see through effect

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