I made another card for my mother-in-law, and this one had to be really nice and religious. She had just returned from a trip to Israel, so bunnies and eggs wouldn't do. Uh-oh. Try as I might, I could not come up with an original thought on my own, so I turned to the card gallery at Splitcoast Stampers.
Holly MacMillen. The photo above shows her card on the computer screen and my card alongside. Didn't she do a lovely job? Holly made a monochromatic white cross card using Spellbinder diecuts, and I noticed that I had every one of the dies she used! So, I attempted a blatant CASE (Credit and Steal Everything) of her card.
It was next-to-impossible to get an indoor flashless shot that correctly reflected the white hues of this card. So, where it looks like a yellowish edge, in reality there was none. It was all white, except for the gold glitter button tops and the gold embossing powder.
I don't know if I did Holly's card justice, but my mother-in-law oooed and aahed bigtime. I thank Holly very much for the awesome design to copy.