Saturday, August 2, 2014

White Christmas Card

I decided to keep making Christmas card so that I have enough to send during the holiday season. This time, I created the card as an entry to Cure For the Monday Blues challenge.

Here is the inspiration photo for the current challenge.

And here is my card.

I used the white flower chandelier and the white wall behind it as my inspiration.

I embossed a piece of white cardstock, slightly smaller than the A2 base with Quickutz Christmas Phrases embossing folder.

I then created the multi-layered snowflake embellishment with Festive Flurry stamp and die set from Stampin Up. I die cut some vellum and white cardstock snowflakes and embossed the snowflake images using white embossing powder.

All the pieces are stacked together and adhered to the embossed cardstock using a snowflake brad that I found in my stash. I added some sparkle using Stickles.

- Stampin' Up Whisper White cardstock, Vellum
- Versamark ink pad, Hero Arts white embossing powder
- Quickutz Christmas Phrases embossing folder
- Stampin' Up Festive Flurry stamp and die set


  1. I really love how you took inspiration from the chandelier but then totally made the design your own with this dreamy ethereal Christmas card! So gorgeous and I so love unique takes on the challenge! Thanks so much for playing to find a Cure For The Monday Blues!

  2. This is so pretty and white and layered!