I remembered that I had purchased some embossing paste and stencils several years ago, but I've never really used them. I figured the white embossing paste would be the perfect choice for my design. Embossing paste typically takes a good 24 hours to dry, so after I applied the paste to my stencil, I carefully removed the stencil and then applied dazzling diamonds to make the Let It Snow sentiment and snowflakes sparkle. After this panel dried for 24 hours, I then lightly spritzed it with Stampin' Up shimmer mist for added sparkle. I then created a border frame, adding these small punched flowers (I figured they also kind of looked like snowflakes) to the frame and adhering the main image panel to this frame with dimensionals. I ran a 5 x 5 piece of white cardstock through my Big Shot with the dotted swiss embossing folder and then punched the border with my MS punch-around-the-page punch. I adhered three white pearls to the top and very tiny white pearls to the four flowers on each of the corners.
All in all, I was pretty pleased with my first attempt at an all-white card. I'd be interested in hearing if you've ever made all-white cards and any creative thoughts you have for making them, too.
If you'd like to see the magnificent beauties my friends, Shirley, Joanne, Tosha, Cindy, and Frances, made or play along with us, visit our CCEE Stampers blog.