Sunday, November 17, 2013

The Ribbon Girl November Colour Challenge...

Hi folks...woohoo I'm actually beginning to feel a bit better but ssshhh...don't tell Mr Nasty bug in case he decides to return. Crikey we're more than half way through November already and that means it's time for this month's Colour Challenger over at The Ribbon Girls...
and the colour chosen is...
WHITE...
and according to the boffins at The Met Office...we may well be having a White Christmas...


no stamping...no inking around the edges...mind you it took all my powers of willpower to resist that particular technique...quick and easy to make but an absolute nightmare to photograph...yes the camera's been playing up again and decided he doesn't like white either. 
As always there are fabulous prizes for one lucky winner...
and our lovely chums at LOTV...
and gorgeous inspiration from the Design Team including this month's guest designers...
my bestest bud Enfys and the lovely Tracy
so why don't you pop over to The Ribbon Girls and check them all out.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend whatever you have planned
Happy Crafting Everyone
Hugs Kath xxx


17 comments:

Irene said...

A white dream Kath!!!!

xx Irene

Astrid Maclean said...

Gorgeous, I LOVE white on white!!

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Beautiful card Kath I really love white on white so hard to do! Susan x

Ribbon Girl said...

Beautiful and so elegant Kath and well done on resisting the urge to ink the edges! looks like the white stuff will be here by Wednesday ! Mary x

Rita said...

Beautiful card Kath. Glad to hear your feeling better. Have a Good Day. Hugs Rita xxx

Julie Brooks said...

White on white is so effective. This is an absolutely beautiful card Kath. So glad you're feeling better, long may it continue. Hugs, Julie xxx

Jane said...

So beautiful Kath, white on white in my books is one of the hardest techniques to master, yours is perfect. Glad you are feeling better x

nnalorac said...

Just gorgeous Kath .. Following a theme isn't always easy is it when you want to add your own stamp to it. Good to here your feeling better. Carolxx

rachel said...

super card kath. great texture and depth. glad you're starting to feel a bit better x

Grammy Goodwill said...

That is just beautiful. I love white Christmases, too.

trish said...

Hi Kath, glad you're feeling a lot better, you will have managed to enjoy our weekend of sunshine again. Your white on white is beautiful as was your flower Christmas tree yesterday. thanks for letting us see what your chums got up to down at the NEC, I bet they all had a great time making their cards...Trish

Redanne said...

Is there anything more elegant than white on white......your card is simply gorgeous Kath. Hope you continue to feel better by the day. Hugs, Anne x

Sue Marrazzo said...

LOVELY...
All white always works. thanks for sharing, K!

craftyfoxglove said...

Glad to hear you're feeling a bit better. I really like the white on white card. So effective, but like you I would have to resist putting a little bit of ink on the edges! Look after yourself, Valxxx

butterfly said...

So effective... just love that layered tree! Glad to hear (shh) that you're feeling a bit better.
Alison x

Karen Petitt said...

Gorgeous and oh so elegant xx

Lynsey said...

Beautiful white on white card Kath!
Hugs Lynsey x

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