It's Double D Challenge time again and for this go around we're asking to see All White. I love all white cards, but I'll admit this was a true challenge for me as I was determined to not let a speck of color touch my card.
I figured if I was going to do a white on white sentiment I'd better make it a layered die cut so it would show up. I also wanted some texture, but not so much that it would interfere with the sentiment. Hence, the plain panel in the center. That panel is actually scored every half inch, but for the life of me I could not arrange the lighting to make those score lines show properly. The lower edge of the card is scored horizontally.
Have a look at the gorgeous inspiration board:
And a cute prize for a lucky random winner:
I added sequins and ribbon for yet more texture. I'm thinking I'll change the ribbon, however. That bow knot makes such a hard lump and takes away the ease of mailing. I know... the ribbon police will be after me, but don't worry, only the bow will go. I'll figure something out.
My card may be a bit much for sympathy. Not sure about that. I think it depends upon the person you send it to. I suppose it could be used for get well or hard times or just because. At any rate it will find a home eventually.
If you haven't done so yet, you just have to see the DT gals' cards. They really know their way around white on white! I think there's going to be some very pretty entries for this one and I can't wait to see yours.
Supplies are listed below. Enjoy your day!
Stamps: None Paper: Neenah 110 lb white Ink: None Accessories: Offray ribbon, Doodlebug sequins, Sizzix embossing folder (sold by Stampin' Up at one time, name forgotten), Sue Wilson Thinking of You die