I have had this idea running in my head to make an all-white, mostly Cuttlebugged card for Christmas, and this is what I came up with.
There are four layers to the card: the base, the snowflakes embossing, the dots embossing and the trees. To do the dots panel, I embossed my cs, then added a top and bottom Scor-Pal line between the dots, then cut the cs just slightly under/above the line (I hope that makes sense!) - there isn't much room between the rows of dots, so you have to be very accurate when you score and also when you cut. I added the ribbon to this panel in 2 separate elements and the bow itself was made with my Bow Easy - then I glued this panel to the card base.
The diecut trees are a Cuttlebug Treetops die/folder combo. There are four different trees in the set, but I decided to just have 3 trees the same on my card. I popped the trees up on 2mm mounts (dimensionals).
The sentiment was stamped with Sky gray pigment ink and heat-embossed with Pearl clear ep. I love how it made the sentiment look a bit silvery, but not as bright as silver - just nice and understated - I didn't want it to stand out too much. I also ran my ink pad around the edge of the oval just to make it stand out a bit more against the Snowflakes embossing. This panel is also up on 2mm mounts.
I am entering this card into the Allsorts Challenge - Week 80 of "Monochrome" - it doesn't have to be black and white; you can use shades of one colour or any colour and white. I have deets and links on my Blog.