I love the elegant look of white on white, but I do struggle a bit to create these. . . . I die cut all my elements twice from 110# white cardstock and layered. Ran half a white panel through my Big Shot with a Chevron EF then trimmed to fit under my die cut curved border which was 3 dies sandwiched together to make a wider decorative band. Added the sentiment and bits & pieces of the SB Romantic Vines.
I decided it needed a few Nuvo drops in the upper scallops of the curved band and around the vines and then - oops as you can see see, I promptly got carried away dotting here and there until I went "oh my, what have I done" . . . perhaps a few too many Nuvo drops - perhaps not - you be the judge.
BTW - if you have a preference between my 2 cards, please note it in the comments, in case I draw your name for the Teapot Tickle Exchange.
Date: Monday, June 28, 2021 GMT Views: 358
Registered: February 27, 2007 Location: Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin Posts: 24389
Tue, Jun 29, 2021 @ 5:07 AM
Those dots do look like you could peel them off and eat them, like those candy dots on paper. I don't know why I love those...they're just blobs of sugar. I think I liked the look the most. This does look like frosting on a cake. But I would take the CAS one. They're both so lovely!
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Registered: May 9, 2007 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 8125
Tue, Jun 29, 2021 @ 9:31 PM
Beautiful. You did a fantastic job with those Nuvo drops!!
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 118639
Wed, Jun 30, 2021 @ 3:55 AM
Twice and layering - you really went the extra mile on this one, Linda. More dies that I need to use more often! Not too many dots at all, and beautifully done. Thanks for a fun and inspiring challenge.