Woodware Challenge – White – Day 6

 Last this week we have Crafty Debs with a white creation.

 This is a stamp that I don’t have but I never get tired of seeing done by talented people, I Love Paris is a Stampendous Cling rubber stamp and it does make you think of Paris in the spring time, I think that is a song?

Crafty Debs has used the Shabby White embossing powder on vellum, Debs has added detail to the flowers with an embossing tool 

In this close up you can see the swirls in the background that Debs has made with the Silhouette Songbirds which is a Perfectly Clear set from Stampendous, by using the detail white embossing powder Debs has added lots of texture to the background. The folded ribbon look s good and the

The paper flowers have had Shabby White powder added to them too and adding the button to the centre makes it easy to attach the flower head to the card as you cover up any bulges, not that Debs has any bulges.

I am also impresses with Debs using individual pearls in various sizes to make her own swirls!

The border is the Diamond Crafty Edger Cassette I love the way that Debs has added back in the piece that the punch removes and I am very impressed with the evenness of the dots that debs has made with the Opal Liquid Pearls.

Thank you for visiting us this week I hope our unusual colour choice has inspired you to create something of your own. Crafty Debs has some lovely cards on her blog this week so pop over and have a look, while you are there check out the cards that she has been making at the Japonia Demo days too.

happy crafting!

It is not too late to join in with the Crafty Cardmakers Challenge


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