Monday, January 14, 2019

WRC Love Story Add On Blog Hop


Welcome Rosies to the January "Love Story" Blog Hop.  This month's hop will Run from today, January 14th- Friday, January 18th at 12pm.  

If you are not familiar with blog hops, it’s fun and easy way to see what the Rosie Design Team is creating!  Simply click on the first name in the list below to visit our Design Team.  Each blog will have the same list of links on their blogs and you just follow them in order to go to the next blog!

And to make it more fun there is a chance for you to win a $15 WRC Gift Card just for hopping along with us and leaving a comment at each stop along the way!  
The Hop will run all week until Friday, January 18th at 12pm EST.  Once the hop has closed, we will randomly pick a winner of someone who has commented all along the way, who will be announced on the 19th right here on the WRC blog!

And as an added bonus, do you want your work to be featured on our blog when we announce our hop winner.  Share your White Rose Crafts projects over on our Facebook Gallery, and you might just be a featured project right here!

Now onto the our Hop...

Have you seen our January "Love Story" Subscription Kit?  There are only a few left in stock, so don't miss out on a chance to own your own bit of Festive Winter Elegance.  But did you know that with each of our kits, there is always an Kit Add-On section of the Store that compliments your Monthly Subscription Kit?  And did you know you can get anything in that January Kit Add-On section for 10% off using the code Add-Ons 10!!!

Today our design team is playing around with the vast array of crafting supplies you can find in the  January Kit Add-On.  So prepare yourself for all the fun and the very cool line up of projects our team has prepared for you.

And when you get done hopping go back to White Rose Crafts Blog and let us know which add on you would be most excited to play with.



To make this project I used the Tim Holtz Urban Grunge stamp set. Using a panel of distress cardstock I stamped out the script stamp 4 times using VersaMark ink. I then used Gold Embossing Powder and heat set it. 
Once the embossing powder cooled I stamped the LOVE stamp that came in the set 3 times using Scrapberry's Pink Pigment Ink
I used a distress cut die from my stash to cut out this panel, and added it to a Hot Pink card base. Finishing touches were to add 3 heart buttons  to the front panel and this card was complete. 

Here is the line up!!!

LeeAnn <-- you are here

I hope you have enjoyed this projects today. Please see the great products available at the White Rose Crafts online store.

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Happiness is... with Scrapping For Less

Greetings friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with my first project of the year representing Scrapping For Less.
This month is ALL ABOUT COFFEE, and oh boy am I excited. I think I own more coffee products for my crafts than any other and my stash just continues to grow.
For this card I used a rubber cling stamp "Shared Coffee" by Stampendous and stamped it using MFT Hot Cocoa ink. I then used Chameleon Markers to color in the Coffee cup and saucer. The background paper of coffee beans is from the Echo Park "Coffee" paper pad.
This was honestly such a quick and easy card to make and it is one of my favorites that I made this month. Stay tuned this coming Friday for the next two.

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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Little Acres and White Rose Crafts

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Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with my project this week featuring Little Acres Stamps.
For my project I used the Mr. Nuts stamp set. I did use this set before and just had to use it again as this little guy is too cute.

To make this card I started with stamping the tree image using Memento Tuxedo Black ink, I then Masked off the tree and stamped teh squirrel so he would appear to be coming from behind the tree. I used alcohol markers to color my images. I did when stamping wipe off some of the ink round the knot in the tree so that I could then stamp the heart with the arrow in there.
Once all this was complete I used Lucky Clover and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxides to blend in the background.
I then layered my panel and added it to an A2 size card base.

Save 15% using the code Little Acres this week in the Little Acres section of the store.


I hope you have enjoyed this project today. Please see the great products available at the White Rose Crafts online store.

I Love You... Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here with a project I made for the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge Blog.

Sketch 298 is the sketch for this week, and the inspiration for my project.

My card...
I love taking sketches and putting my own twist on them. For this card I used a hot pink card base measuring 4.25"x5.5". My next layer measures 4"x5.25". Moving down I used a black panel measuring 3"x4.5" and the next hot pink measuring 2.75"x4.25". 
The heart was made using a Tim Holtz Scribbles die. The Grey strip and flags were cut using dies from my stash. 
The Sentiment "I Love You" is from a Woodware Stamp Set in my stash, stamped using VersaFine Black Onyx Ink.  

I hope you enjoy this card, and stop over at the Atlantic Hearts Challenge Blog and take the time to enter the challenge yourself. This challenge runs until January 13, 2019.


Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Getting Sketchy with White Rose Crafts

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here and it is time to get Sketchy.
 Pop on over to the Facebook Gallery  and share what you are creating with us.   Show us what you think this sketch means.  
Create a card, a scrapbook layout, a tag, mix media project,  or even a piece of altered art.   Just show us how the sketch inspired you. 
You might just win a $15 WRC gift vulture.  (minimum of 3 entires needed for prize to be awarded).
Just get crafting with with White Rose Crafts products and share your creation with us.  Minimum 3 entries per person.

Here is my interpretation using the Limited Edition Love Story January 2019 Card Kit

I hope you have enjoyed this projects today. Please see the great products available at the White Rose Crafts online store.


Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Happy Birthday and 2019!!!

Greetings friends and fellow crafters. LeeAnn here and I am excited to share the fact I have been asked to join the Love To Scrap Challenge Blog Design Team. Look for my post on the 1st of each month, and the challenge will go through the last day of the month.
For the month of January 2019 our sponsor is Sparkle n Sprinkle. And the theme is Anything Goes. I decided to make an Easel Card for this challenge.

The pattern paper I used is from a Pebbles 6"x6" paper pad. I printed the pre-colored Cool Chicks images and the sentiments and then used my Scan n Cut to cut the image on the card top, the other images I used dies and my Big Shot to trim.

Please come by the Challenge Blog and see what the rest of the design team has put together for you, and start 2019 and play along with us.

LETS GET CRAFTY!!!

Sunday, December 30, 2018

Penguins and Polar Bears in the Arctic... OH MY!!!

Greetings friends and fellow crafters.
LeeAnn here with another card using the super awesome Arctic Animals kit from Scrapping For Less. This kit went live yesterday and there is a blog hop going on right now, so please be sure to play along right here!!!
In the mean time I just had to stop by with another card I made using these cute little critters.

Now as you can see my cute penquins are peaking out from behind the igloo as the awesome little bear is splashing by. Well, the sentiment "Missing You is Unbearable" just seemed to fit since Penguins and Polar Bears are literally POLAR OPPOSITES. With the Polar Bears living up near the Arctic Circle in the Northern Hemisphere and the Penguins down in the Southern Hemisphere along the coast of Antarctica and the Galapagos Islands. (bet ya didn't think you were going to get a science lesson huh). Some trivia like this I enjoy.

So in my imagination, these two cute little penguins decided to take a trip and search for the elusive Polar Bear they had heard about at the Colony Day School for Penguins. So these little guys jumped about a cruise ship that was bringing humans to the Galapogos for a visit, and from there they waddled their way to the airport and stowed away on a plane traveling to Los Angeles, California, where they boarded another ship to Alaska. These little guys were taking such a fun journey, but in the end after all the ups and downs in flying, trying to find their way around to get to the cruise terminal from the airport, then once in Alaska trying to find the elusive Polar Bear... The penguins decided that while wanted to see it, they weren't sure what would happen. Will the bear be friendly or frightening. Will the bear play with them, or have them for breakfast... So, the penguins waddle around, and hear splashing coming from the water... they duck behind the igloo and peek out to see what they could see. And what they found coming down the stream, floating on a piece of ice that had broken away from a glacier was an elusive baby bear... Stay tuned until next time to find out what happens!!!

How I made my card... The paper is part of Collection 1 from the kit, special edition by Alexandra Ranke. The igloo is from Collection 4 Arctic Animals by LDRS. The penguins, bear and floating ice are from Collection 3 by Pink & Main. The Sentiment is from the Scrapping For Less Arctic Sentiments set which is from the Banana Split Level.

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