Wednesday, 25 November 2015

I'm dreaming of a white Christmas...

Good Morning everyone...

While you are reading this Wednesday morning I will be sat on a train wending its way to Derby to take me to another wonderful Copic workshop with lovely 
Faye Wynn-Jones, (stampinfluffnstuff)! Exciting!
The Challenge this week at 
White on White
All the details can be found

This week's prize is from 
and is a

The next time anyone mentions White on White I am 'pulling a sicky'!!!
I found this card a real challenge and have come to the conclusion it is because my crafty world is a colourful one!

I decided to make a little Christmas scene using some die cuts and glitter,
despite being in a state of panic throughout, I did end up happy with my card.

I have used two different sorts of card, both white, one is linen, yet in the photo they look completely different colours - in real life the card is totally white!

...and here we are, I'm dreaming (or is that having a nightmare)! about a white Christmas!
White Card Stock from The Range
White Linen Card Stock from The Range
Snowfall Embossing Folder by Marianne Designs
Tree Landscape by Clearly Besotted Dies
Snowdrifts Landscape by Die Namics
Small Poinsettia Die by Marianne Designs
Church/Village Die by Marianne Designs
Ivy Die by Marianne Designs
Lampost Die from Magnolia Midnight in Paris Set
Die names Large Stitched Rectangular Frame Die
Die sire Snowflakes Embossing Folder
Pinflair Ice Diamond
Crystal Glamour Dust
Multi Medium by Claudia Helmuth

Thank you for visiting...

Happy Crafting...

and remember to pop straight to Creative Inspirations to look at the lovely DT Creations there and join in the fun!


Please leave me a comment if you pop by, I am always very happy to see them and do enjoy reading them all. 


CornishKat said...

This is a beautiful card Sue. a really lovely snow scene. All the different textures really bring it to life and I love your poinsettias, they look like they're covered in snow crystals.
Katrina xx

Christine L said...

Well no one would ever know that you didn't enjoy making this fabulous piece of artwork Sue.... it is truly beautiful........ I always love the effect of white on white, and you certainly have mastered it here! The beautiful frame and glittery snow are perfect to surround the scene you created. Trouble is... being so good at it, you're going to get asked to do more!!

Big hugs
Christine x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

You know I love wow cards and this is beautiful. It is funny how many different whites there are. Have a fun day x

Lucy Woods said...

Hehehe well you've made one hell of a gorgeous card well done Super Sue! WOW can be tricky!!
Ooh have a fabulous day!!
Lucy x

Rainey's Craft Room said...

It turned out beautifully Sue, love the die cuts and the scene you have created. Hope you have a fabulous day at the workshop too.

Michelle said...

A stunning white creation with added lovely sparkle - your die-cuts are fantastic - Michelle x

Sarah said...

In my humble opinion you have done an amazing job here Sue xx

Lorraine said...

A gorgeous wow card, love all the dies and sparkle
Lorraine x

Faye Wynn-Jones said...

I think this WoW creation is sparkly fantasticness. I had a fab day today, thank you xx

Annette said...

It's beautiful Sue, I hope you had a lovely time with Faye. xx

crafty-stamper said...

White on white is a challengebut you have nailed it and love the died and sparkle-hope you enjoyed the workshop
Carol x

Kat W said...

I am normally hoping to NOT have a white Christmas because getting to work in the snow is something I dread...but I'm up for it this year! Either way, your snow scene captures everything that is beautiful about a winter snow scene including the gorgeous sparkle :-) It's a shame it drove you so crazy to make because it looks utterly divine and I love it!
To be fair, WOW themes always used to freak me out too but I think I have got a little better at them with some practice.
Big hugs, Kat xx

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