Friday, 11 October 2013

Personal challenge!

At the GNP and on several internet sites lately I have been seeing a lot of white on white cards, now as a totally mucky pup stamper it's way outside my comfort zone but having accumulated a number of scenic dies I was temped to have a go this afternoon and I must say I'm pleased with the result! It was hard to keep my fingers off the ink pads as it's second nature to always ink the edges of everything.  I did try to scan it but as my scanner glass has blobs of glossy accents and glitter etc that was not a success( I did try to clean it but the glossy accents has been on so long it don't want to shift)so had to mess about with the camera, this is the best of a poor lot. Putting it on a few challenges

Crafts4eternity -  clean and simple
Crafts too challenge you - Christmas festivities - create a scene
Keep it simple - All is white


  1. Ha Joan, I can so relate to inky fingers!
    This card looks absolutely stunning.

  2. Wow Joan! That loos stunning, beautifully sophisticated :-)


  3. Gorgeous card Joan. It would be super for out current Textures challenge at TioT's as well.

  4. Your card is awesome! The white gives it a very rich feeling, while still feeling homespun!
    Thanks for visiting my blog today!!

  5. GORGEOUS winter scene Joan - LOVE it!

  6. What a stunner Joan and so different for you. I love the layered scene which is perfect for C2CU, thanks for linking it to our Christmas scene challenge.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  7. Oh, Joan, what a wonderful card you made - absolute perfekt! Even little snowflakes you added - like it very much. I can imagine, that it is hard to keep the fingers free from (or of?) ink.

  8. Very stylish Joan, love White on White, but like you I always want to ink edges, need to learn not to.
    Avril xx

  9. Hi Joan,
    wow, beautiful die-cuts you chose! Very elegant!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at KEEP IT SIMPLE!

  10. Beautiful card. Thank you for joining us at Crafts 4 Eternity.

  11. Stunning work thanks for sharing at Crafts too hugs Rebekah xx


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