Christmas in White

Week 4 of Twelve Weeks of Christmas projects

There is something very elegant about a white card with touches of metallic on it. I decided to create some cards using gold, copper and silver foil and Basic White cardstock and some embossing.

I also used the Stitched Rectangle dies and the Tasteful Textures Embossing folder.

The card is create din Basic White. I layered another piece of the Tasteful Textures Embossed cardstock on top and then added the other two layers on top of that. The top two layers are raised on dimensionals.

I embossed some baubles and a sentiment from the Whimsy Christmas stamp set in the appropriate colour for each card. Stampin’Up have three choices in metallic embossing powder – gold, silver and copper. I added some Brushed Metallic Speciality cardstock below the white panel. You can save the centre part of this for another project – just make sure you cut it smaller than your front panel!

I then added a Rhinestone Basic Jewel to each card front. You can find instructions below.


  • Base: 1 piece of Basic White cardstock 21 x 14.85cm scored in half at 10.5cm 
  • Layer 1: I piece of Basic White cardstock 10 x 14.3cm embossed with the Tasteful Textile folder
  • Layer 2: 1 piece of Brushed Metallic Speciality cardstock – gold, silver or copper – cut out using Stitched Rectangle dies.
  • Sentiment: 1 piece Basic White cardstock embossed in the appropriate colour
  • Rhinestone Basic Jewels (silver)
  • Gilded Gems (gold)
  • Champagne Rhinestone Basic Jewels (copper)
  • Mini Dimensionals, Stampin’ Seal
  • Scissors, Heat gun, Paper Trimmer
  • Versamark
  • Gold, Silver or Copper Embossing Powder


  1. Glue Tasteful Textures embossed cardstock to front of card.
  2. Stamp baubles and sentiment in Versamark and sprinkle embossing powder on it and headset.
  3. Cut out using Rectangle Stitched dies. You can do this before or after you stamp it. I often stamp the baubles, cut out and then stamp the sentiment to get spacing correct.
  4. Glue Sentiment to Brushed Metallic Paper and add mini dimensionals to the back of the metallic paper and place this on the front of your card.
  5. Add a jewel in the appropriate colour to the front of card.

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