A white on white Christmas card...now that's a challenge! It's the current "optional" challenge at Christmas Card Challenge
. I began by dry embossing several pair of white mittens. I fussy cut around them and layered one on top of the other using dimensional adhesive in the very center and double sided adhesive around the edges. Next I added a bit of polyfil to represent the white fur. It gave the mittens additional dimension and a warm "fuzzy" look. Over the embossed heart in the center of each mitten, I used Diamond Glaze. I wanted the hearts to pop to add focal interest. Then I embossed a white piece of cardstock (I thought that chevron pattern looked a lot like a knitted texture), ran it through the die cut machine and created a frame. I added white embroidery thread to each mitten and along the left edge then used dimensional adhesive to adhere the frame to the cardbase. I made several attempts to include the sentiment on the front of the card. No matter what I came up with, it looked out of place and distracting, so I end up printing "Warm Winter Wishes" inside.
Since the theme at The Corrosive Challenge
is "I've Been Framed", I'll link up with that challenge as well.
Supplies: Cardbase & Cardstock: Recollections, Embossed Mittens: Fiskars Shape Boss, Polyfil, Embroidery thread, Embossing folder: Spellbinders, Die Cut: Fiskars, Judi Kins Diamond Glaze, Adhesives: Scotch ATG, Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Squares.
A super white on white christmas card. Thanks for sharing with us at Corrosive Challenges and good luck.ReplyDelete
Oh how cute and elegant at the same time! Love the fluff!ReplyDelete
Love what you did with the mittens! And Karen is right; it is cute and elegant at the same time.ReplyDelete
Adorable and cozy looking mittens! You have rocked the "white on white" Challenge - thanks for joining us at CCC!!ReplyDelete