Monday, March 27, 2017


Good Monday Morning! 
Back again on the Dies R Us Blog to share one last card with you all. 
Today is my last post on the DRU Design Team, what a FUN year this has been.  I'd like to thank Dani, the owner of Dies R Us for this wonderful experience!  I would also like to thank our wonderful Design Team Coordinator, Darlene.....she was AMAZING at keeping us in line and focused. Darlene, this has been a pleasure, all because of you.  THANK YOU!
I wanted to create a White on White card, I haven't made many of these in my crafting career.  They are hard to photograph.  And after putting it all together I spritzed it with some Gold Color Shine.   
This card measures 4 1/4 squared.  I started with a Spellbinders Captivating Squares die cut, actually 2 from this set, layered upon each other with a piece of Fun Foam in between.  My flower is a Small Gardenia by Cheery Lynn.  My foliage is by Paper SmoochesFoliage 2 and Foliage 3.  I also added 2 leaves from the Poppies die set by Frantic Stamper.   

Lastly I added the Curly Words - Celebrate die by Die Versions.  A bunch of Adhesive Pearls for accents.  I wish I had taken a photo of this prior to spritzing with the Gold, it might have photographed better. 
Here's what I used:
Cheery Lynn
Small Gardenia
Paper Smooches
Foliage 2
Paper Smooches
Foliage 3
Frantic Stamper
Die Versions
Curly Words - Celebrate
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  1. Just beautiful Donna! There's nothing prettier than white on white. The gold spritz is a brilliant idea! Just stunning!

  2. What a stunning card to say 'goodbye' love WOW cards and then the added gold..gorgeous!! Look at all those beautiful dies you have used too, and they all work so well together...another beauty my friend. I am sure you will be missed by the DRU 'family'...but one door closes and another opens as they will wish you the best door to come!!

  3. I agree that a white card is hard to photograph and for me, hard to keep from smudging. This is a beautiful way to say goodbye to all. You have done a great and fabulous job, just like this fantastic card. I think the spritzing of the gold was a genius addition. It looks like fine Italian marble.

  4. Wow, such a beautiful, classy card for your finale Donna! I so love white on white, which you have made even more elegant with the gold spritz!!

  5. So, so beautiful. I love all those layers, you used those die cuts perfectly. This is one of my favorite looks, so elegant and classy. And spritzing it with the gold is just gorgeous!!! Yes, these cards are very hard to photograph, but oh so wonderful!!!

  6. Oh Donna, this is absolutely gorgeous!! I love everything about it. I'm sure it looks even more beautiful in real life.

  7. Gorgeous, my friend.White on white is one of my favorites and you did a fabulous job. I want to commend you on your bravery. It took a lot of nerve to use that gold spray on your card after you had it all together, but it is a perfect touch.

  8. Very elegant and gorgeous! I love the white on white and that touch of gold is stunning!

  9. Wow, I have a huge fan of white on white but the gold put it over the top. Fabulous!