Brrrr, it is really cold today, -27 C.  A white on white card was so appropriate 😛

I started Julee’s design from Mojo Monday #479 on a white card base  by dry embossing a MFT tag die capture-decran-2017-01-09-a-13-38-34vertically.  Wink of Stella was applied and clear heat embossed twice to this area.  A post-it covered the bottom strip before using TWC’s tiny circles stencil, to which shimmery paste was added to the bottom section of the card base.  While allowing it to dry, I prepared the framed square by spreading coarse embossing paste to the base.  Before covering the piece with an acetate, I poured some white glitter, white stars and clear rock candy glitter.  Using wide double sided tape, it was folded to the 4 sides to prevent the goodies from falling out.  This also allowed the scalloped frame to adhere to the top.   A tiny house die-cut, from MFT, was snow trimmed with white liquid perfect pearls and then adhered to the bottom right corner of the stormy frame.  Finally, white pine die-cuts were tucked under.  Capture d’écran 2016-08-13 à 12.46.40

I’m also entering my card at the TIME OUT Challenge #74 The Theme is Winter with an optional twist of White on White

That’s my card for today, thanks for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna


4 thoughts on “MOJO479

  1. I just love all the shimmer and shine of your card – your have captured the frosty winter feel brilliantly! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill


  2. Your -27 temperature must have inspired your wonderful frosty card! That is horribly cold! I love the beautiful sparkly panel – great idea to use the coarse paste as a background for all those tiny stars and glitter in your shaker.

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  3. This is an amazing design Joanna!! LOVE all the different elements you’ve used to create a beautiful white-on-white card. The sparkle of the snowy sky over the house is so creative and fun! xx

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