I've wanted to do a white on white card for ages and it's taken this JustRite challenge to get me to try it. I realize that if you're only using one colour you either need lots of textures or lots of layers so I pulled out my dies. I recently got some border dies (my first - which is my excuse for why the layers don't line up) and got to work.
I started by die cutting an edge from a piece of glossy white cardstock. Then I cut it again so that the good side of the paper looked good (apparently die cutting glossy paper from the back warps the glossy layer, so you want the cutting edge to face the glossy side of your paper).
Then I lined up my card back and die cut the fancy layer out of it. Then I took out a new card base because I couldn't get the die cuts to fall out on the other one despite passing it through the machine several times, and remembered to use wax paper so the pieces came out properly. I cut the edge and glued the two layers together. For fun (and to cover some of the glue tape that showed through the die cuts) I added some sparkly glitter glue to the die cut areas.
I used a spellbinders die to cut out a medallion shape, then stamped and heat embossed the JustRite medallion inside (from the You Inspire Me set) with white embossing powder. The sentiment (from Botanical Medallions & Banners set) was stamped with white ink and heat embossed with a glittery clear powder, so it shimmers in the light. It's a bit hard to read so I may have to ink some colour over the sentiment when the time comes to give it away.
Back to the card base, I stamped the flourish, also from Botanical Medallions & Banners set, three times to make a large flourish for the medallion and heat embossed it with white powder. The medallion was attached with some pop-dots and I put a few dots of glitter glue around the flourish.
It's not perfect, but I really like how it turned out.