Friday, March 8, 2013

Two-Thirds White GBCB-010

We had an interesting challenge from 365 Cards where we were invited to create a card that was at least two thirds white.  That means there is a lot of blank space to make appealing to the eye.

I started out by using plain white cardstock and putting another piece of cardstock which had been run through a polka dot EF to create a dimensional background.  I used a Spellbinders die to frame a Bible verse, Proverbs 3:5, also on white. The edges are dabbed with a bit of yellow ink to brighten things up a bit, then attached to the embossed background with dimensional stickies.  There is a border cut out of vellum at the bottom, also a Spellbinders die.  Then I put brightly inked, tiny yellow butterflies all around to give it a pop.  Although I enjoy making cards with more color, this was a learning experience that made me do something outside of my box.  Interesting experiment.

Here is the card:

Just to shake things up a bit, another version of the card has a yellow bow, which brightens up the card considerably.  Yellow is such a happy color.  Always makes me want to smile.

Here is the other version of the card, (which still looks to qualify for two thirds white, in my humble opinion), which I plan to submit to Word Art Wednesday:

Thank you for stopping by my blog.  As always, God's highest and best to you today and always!




  1. Beautiful with lovely details added. Thanks for joining us this week at WAW.

  2. Very soft and sweet, Ginny. You made a simple "white card" into a real work of beautiful art. Thanks for sharing it in our challenge, and may our gracious Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, continue to bless your days and you create and share his goodness through your beautifyi art.
    Blessings to you,
    Word Art Wednesday

  3. Great card for the white space challenge!
    Thanks for joining us at 365cards!


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