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Intro to the WRC December Kit

Hello! Today is my first post that will be highlighting the December Subscription Kit from White Rose Crafts LLC. I am not one that is usually interested in subscription boxes. I usually like to just choose my own products and combinations, but I have to say, it was so refreshing to have someone else do the work for me for once! Everything coordinates so beautifully, I love the colors, and the products are wonderful to work with. I was able to put together multiple cards very quickly, so I decided that for each of my posts this month that feature this Subscription Box, I will share at least 2 projects. Today, I am highlighting 2 cards that are predominantly teal. 

My first card came together very quickly. I started off with the turquoise card base that comes in the kit (with an envelope!). Then I chose my focal image which is from ScrapBerry's Elegantly Festive Toppers. I paired it with one of their 6" x 6" papers that's a rich plum color.

For an additional layer, I cut a piece of Lace Paper (I am obsessed with the stuff!). It softens the whole look of the card and adds a dreamy feel. I felt that the card needed a bit of sparkle, so I added a few sequins from the exclusive Sparkle Blend called Very Merry. You can only get this blend in this kit! I adhered them with On Point Glue from Imagine. My adhesives and 1 card base are the only thing that I used on these cards that wasn't included in the kit. 

For my second card, I fell in love with this tree scene, also from the ScrapBerry Elegantly Festive Toppers. I cut it out, then chose a teal stripe paper, as well as the GORGEOUS Lawn Fawn Pixie Dust Sparkle cardstock. For a sentiment, I chose one of the many Kaiser Craft sentiment stickers and a sweet snowflake button (I clipped the back off with scissors). I adhered the button with a dollop of On Point Glue as well, and it worked perfectly. I love that I can bang out a bunch of cards fast, and they still look great!

How would you like to see what else is inside the White Rose Crafts December Subscription Box? I did a Facebook Live to show my unboxing of the kit. You can check it out below. Keep in mind, YouTube doesn't show the FB comments, so if some of what I say doesn't make sense, it's because you can't see the comments! Feel free to visit my FB page to see them.

So that's it for me today. I hope you enjoyed these first 2 cards. I will be back soon with more from this fabulous kit. And if you would like to pre-order yours now, please head on over to THIS LINK to get yours! Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!


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