If you were here yesterday you'll know I hinted that today's card would be a 1st for me and it most definitely is.
I remember last year when there seemed to be a glut of "White on White" challenges floating around the blogs. Well I was very new to cardmaking then and was completely intimidated by that challenge and didn't even try one out.
Fast forward to now and I spot a challenge with the "White on White" challenge and I say to myself "I never did do one of those last year, dare I try now?
Well I realized it was time to face the challenge and give it a go.
It was just as hard as I thought it would be but I think it turned out alright in the end.
There was no way I could face the challenge alone so I found some more to help me out.
Charisma had a White on White challenge
Tuesday Throwdown wanted Monochromatic
Scrap and Stamp Saturday also wanted Monochromatic
Practical Scrappers wanted Die Cuts
Pals Paper Arts had a Snowflake challenge (I embossed a panel with snowflakes, I hope that counts, and of course snowflakes are white after all! LOL)
Frosted Designs wanted Embossing
Friday Sketchers had a sketch
Just Magnolia wanted Hearts and Flowers
Fussy and Fancy wanted Hearts
The Secret Crafter wanted Hearts
Humble Pie wanted you to "Get Flowery" with at least 5 flowers (I used 3 to make each flower so that makes 9)
Cute Card Thursday had a "Blooming Gorgeous" theme
My Time To Craft had an Elegant Rose theme
Stamp, Scrap and Doodle had a Free week
Lil Red Wagon wanted to see Hearts
Doodle Palace wantd something New and this whole color concept was New to me
Alphabet Challenge were at N is for New
Creative Inspirations wanted something Feminine
Of course when facing a challenge that is hard for me I fall back on some trusty items and so of course I had to use a Magnolia stamp. This little beauty is called Christmas Morning and I can't find in stock at the usual places but maybe you already bought her before Christmas. I colored her with the "white" Copic's, E40, 41 and 42.
The snowflake embossing folder is from the Holiday set from HSN.
The heart border punch is Martha Stewart.
All the flowers are from the bridal department at Joanns and Michaels.
The back embossed panel is a pre-embossed notecard from Michaels.
And shock, I didn't do anything on the inside this time!
Here is a close up, it was hard chosing colors that went with White but I think she looks very ethereal and certainly quite angelic :)
If you like my Tilda cards then you HAVE to come back tomorrow as I have a project with 15 Tilda's on it and there will be a little competition with some blog candy relating to it.
Have a great rest of your Sunday.