Saturday, January 19, 2013

White with a Decorative Edge

This week it is my turn to host our weekly challenge at Our Creative Corner. I love winter and snow, so based on that my challenge's theme is white on white with a decorative edge. Your card or project must be entirely white with the exception of the sentiment, which can be any color you want. Any embellishments you use have to be white as well and if you are using rhinestones they have to be silver.

White on white has a very elegant look, and in any occasion for which you make a card or project you cannot go wrong and it looks so classy, don't you think so?

Please visit Our Creative Corner blog to check out the amazing creations the DT has prepared for your inspiration.

Thanks for stopping by! Happy stamping!

Below you are going to find the list of the materials I used for my card:
1- Whisper White Cardstock (100730)
2- Paper Doilies (129399)
3- Needlepoint Border Embossing Folder (129383)
4- Adorning Accents Edgelits (125595)
5- Beautiful Butterflies Bigz (114507)
6- Square Lattice Embossing Folder (119976)
7- Stripes Square Embossing Folder (123128)
8- Vintage Faceted Designer Buttons (127555)
9- Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246)
10- Pearl Basic Jewels (119247)
11- 5/8" Organza Ribbon (114319)
12- Loving Thoughts (W 125843, C 125845)
13- Whisper White Baker's Twine (124262)


  1. Without a doubt, your sentiment rings true of what this card does...inspire! You have fashioned the most fun challenges and this one really takes the cake! I love what your creative mind thinks up and how it plays out in your creations are terrific. A gorgeous card indeed. :)
    Thank you for such a fun challenge AGAIN!
    Lisa x

  2. This is so elegant - I adore the layered butterflies and just the one word 'Inspire' which is very appropriate for such an inspiring piece of craft work. Thank you for sharing from Laura xxxxx

  3. Love the clean and simple look. Great design, Lili... ^_^

  4. Such a lovely challenge theme, Liliana - and your butterfly card is delicious! Love the lacy edging at the bottom echoing the doily...
    Alison x

  5. Hello Lili
    I have to say White on White, make stunning cards, but not always easy to achieve as you can fall into the trap creating it simply and then there is no feeling related to the onlooker. Adding texture and a few elements is the key as not only does this add the interest but also the value and balance to the stark cool of White, you have designed a gorgeous card that relates an elegance and purity.
    Everything is perfectly connected.