July 9, 2011

White-White-White


Hi everyone - super quick post today as the flu is kicking my butt! The OCC challenge this week is to make an all-white creation. I've used off white and dirty white for some variation in my creation.


I've just made a simple gift tag/box topper this could also go on a card base for a quick last minute card. Head on over to OCC for all the details about this week's challenge!

 Thanks for stopping by!
 

8 comments:

  1. This is adorable! I love that you mixed so many different whites! I think I've FINALLY gotten the problem solved with not being able to leave comments and I've been meaning to leave you some for weeks now... I'm going to miss seeing your creations on the OCC but am excited for all you have going on!

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  2. This is wonderful, Sarah. I really like the dirty white aspect to give some contrast. I can't really look at this as simple though - looks like it took hours

    Hope you will bounce back quickly from the flu!

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  3. Sarah
    This is so beautiful. It is so vintage!

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  4. Sarah, this is gorgeous! I could never do this if I had the flu! Hope you feel better soon!!

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  5. Gorgeous Sarah!! I love all of the different selections of white, off white and winter white you've used! I do hope you feel better very soon!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

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  6. Sarah, you have such a creative spirit. I always love to see what you come up with. You always surprise and delight me! I love the different shades of 'white' and you always add just the right amount of special touches, without overloading the card! It's beautiful!

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  7. Sarah, this is so beautiful. I always love the dimension in your projects. It will be sad to see you leave the DT, but I can't wait to see what else you come up with when I visit your blog!

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