White on white card designs are so elegant and are lovely to use for any occasion-birthday-wedding-sympathy-thank you. Adding a tiny touch of color creates interest but doesn’t take away from the overall white on white design. My project today was made using the RubberneckerCircle Lattice and Best Friends.
The Circle Lattice Frame
Cut the card base and circle lattice frame using white cardstock.
Remove all the negative parts and pieces of the circle lattice using a paper piercer.
Apply strips of mounting tape around the back of the circle lattice frame and attach it to the card base.
The Flowers and Sentiment
I fully intended to pull out one of my Rubbernecker flower sets to create this card. As I was removing all the negative pieces from the circle lattice frame I noticed how most of the pieces were shaped like flower petals. It struck me that I could create a pretty small flower with those pieces.
Punch out 1/4″ circles to use as the flower base.
Use green cardstock to cut a small section of the circle lattice to use for the leaves.
Attach the white petals all the way around the circle base using glossy accents to create the flower.
Apply gloss accents to two green petals and attach them under and in between the white flower petals.
Punch out bright pink 1/8″ circles to use as flower centers and attach to the flowers using glossy accents.
Cut a strip of white cardstock, stamp the sentiment using versa and emboss with gold embossing powder.
Attach the sentiment to the front of the circle lattice frame using pieces of mounting tape.
Finish by attaching the flowers to the circle lattice frame using glossy accents.
I love creating white on white card designs. There is something so elegant about the simplicity that is striking and pleasing to the eye. I thought I would share this Pinterest link to show more white on white inspiration. Thank you for coming by and I hope you have a great week.
Apply a piece of masking tape to a piece of scrap cardstock.
Cut the circle out of the masked cardstock.
Remove the cardstock and attach the circle mask to the white layer.
Apply layers of Squeezed Lemonade, Mustard Seed, Wild Honey and Spiced Marmalade ink using a blender brush to create the the sunset.
Remove the mask.
The Deckle Hills
Cut two Deckle Hills. Attach the back layer to the sunset layer using ATG adhesive and the front layer using strips of mounting tape.
Apply strips of mounting tape to the back of the sunset layer and attach it to the card base.
The Leaves and Branches
Cut the Winter Tree using white cardstock.
Cut the Tiny Leaves using white cardstock.
Use mini applicators to apply Shabby Shutters, Fired Brick and Spiced Marmalade ink to the leaves.
Apply Mustard Seed ink over each leaf to blend in the three colors.
Attach the leaves to the tree branches using glossy accents.
Apply thin strips of mounting tape to the back of the tree, tuck it in behind the ground layer and attach to the card base.
Apply a few rolled glue dots behind a few key leaves to secure the branches to the card base.
Finish the card by attaching a few loose falling leaves to the scene using glossy accents.
I enjoyed making this white on white autumn falling leaves card with the big orange sunset. I so love making cards with a few touches of color against an all white background. Here is a link to a white on white Christmas card with touches of red and green. Here’s a link to a Pinterest page with white on white card inspiration. Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a great day.
The snowflake background was cut and then I cut an oval opening in it for my scene. I cut the oval frame and attached it with double stick tape. I added snow layers to the back of the oval frame along with the back row of fir trees. The larger rectangle frame was attach to the snowflake background with double stick tape. Thin strips of mounting tape were attached to the back of both the rectangle and oval frames and then I attached it to the card base.
The deer and the front fir trees were attached to the scene with mounting tape . It was hard for me to get good clear pictures that showed all the detail. I took a couple close-ups from both sides to show not only the detail but the dimension of the scene.
I love how this turned out. There is something so calming to me about all white images against a soft blue background. I think the snowflake frame adds another pretty element of dimension.
Thanks for coming by today and I hope you enjoy your Sunday.
Good Monday morning. I have a white on white winter nature scene to share with you today. I love making cards with an all white background with touches of color added. The white seems to make the colors pop. I used the Impression Obsession Forest die, Cardinals set, Pine Sprigs and the frame was made using the All-in One Frames Rectangles 2.
I hand cut two sections of ground snow with deckle scissors and attached them to the back of the frame using double stick tape. I applied double stick tape all the way around the back of the frame and then attached the forest section in place. I added thin strips of mounting tape to the back of the frame and attached it to the card base.
I attached the cardinals in the trees using rolled up glue dots. I tucked several pieces of pine sprigs in between the snow layers and attached them with glossy accents. I used a tiny brush to apply snowy tips on the pine sprigs using white gesso. It amazes how just a few small colorful pieces show up so beautifully against the white. They bring the scene to life.
Thanks for coming by today and I hope you have a great week.
Good Monday morning. I love making white on white projects with a few touches of color. I recently made a fall card for my CLASSroom post using the Impression ObsessionTree Frame and adding colorful leaves. My project today takes white on white to a new high for me because I added even more white with Polar WhiteFlower Soft. I love how it added a soft touch to the sweet scene with the mother and baby deer from the Deer Trio. .
Note: Don’t use a good brush to apply the glue. The glue does wash out with water but it isn’t so great for the bristles. I actually attached my old brush to my bottle of glue with a rubber band so I would remember to use the same brush over and over. I am absent minded when crafting and reach for the first brush I come to. LOL! I’ve ruined a few good ones by mistreating them.
While the tree was drying I attached snowy ground pieces to the back of the frame with 1/8” double stick tape. I then painted on the glue to both sections and applied flower soft. Patience is not my strong suit so I whistled the Jeopardy tune while everything was drying and cut the deer, fir sprigs and birds and embellished the baby deer’s neck with foliage and berries. When everything was dry I applied 1/8” double stick tape to the back of the frame and attached the tree frame. I applied thin pieces of mounting tape to the back of the frame and tree trunk and attached to the card base.
Note: I had to cut 3/4 of the tree frame border off to make it fit to the outer frame.
Here’s a closer view of the branches. I added the red birds to add interest to all that white.
Here’s a closer view of the deer, snow banks and foliage. I attached the deer to the card base with mounting tape. I tucked the foliage in behind the snow layers and around the deer and attached with glossy accents. I finished by painting glue on the foliage and applying the flower soft. I didn’t apply the glue and flower soft before attaching the sprigs to the scene because I knew my fingers would damage it in the process.
I almost colored the deer as well but thought they made a stronger impact on the scene in white even though they are slightly lost with the tree branches behind them.
I hope you have a great week and don’t work too hard preparing for your Thanksgiving dinner.
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