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Blue Skies Blog Hop

Welcome Rosies to the March "Blue Skies" Blog Hop.  This month's hop will Run from today, March 18th- Friday, March 22nd at noon EST.  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! 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 on the WRC 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!  

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 March "Blue Skies" 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 March Kit Add-On section for 10% off using the code March Add Ons!!!

Today our design team is playing around with the vast array of crafting supplies you can find in the March Kit Add-On.  So prepare yourself for all the fun and the very cool line up of projects our team has prepared for you.
My card for today is a Reveal Wheel card that features a very happy little dragon. I know how he feels. I love me some cake too. White Rose Crafts recently got in some beautiful new mulberry paper, along with these adorable "Dragon Tails Odds & Ends" from Doodlebug. That's where this little dino comes from. I used a piece of the blue mulberry paper to coordinate with my hungry dragon, and decided to emboss a piece of olive green cardstock with the "All Star Boy" embossing folder. 
I opted to make this a Reveal Wheel card because I love the interactive quality of them, and the option to have several sentiments in one card. The main Reveal Wheel dies are on their way back into the shop, but the sentiments and some of the add-on dies are currently available. I kept all of the Reveal Wheel components bright white to go with the outer edge of the dragon. 
I wanted a bit more dimension and a little shine, so I grabbed the Midnight Blue Nuvo Drops and added them all over the front of my card. They look black in the photos, but I assure you, they are a dark blue and look great in person. By the way, you can see each of the Reveal Wheel sentiments I chose in each of my photos. 
That's it for me today folks! Your next stop on the hop is my friend EK. But, if you've missed any stops along the way, you can check out the full hop list below. Don't forget to leave a comment at each stop for your chance to win a gift certificate to White Rose Crafts. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an inspiring day! 

Kim




Alison (you are here!)


Comments

Love your interactive card, super cute! Tfs, hugs, Kim xx
Jean said…
Such a fun card! Love the paper and colors!
Adorable interactive, well done!
Denise Bryant said…
Adorable card! Love the pretty mulberry paper layer and the cute dragon!
Darling card with that dragon. And, having it interactive makes it even more special.
Sue D said…
So fun and I like the interactive feature.
MadeByMeghanK said…
Darling! I love interactive cards and always nice to see a "boy" card
Super Fun Creation!!! <3
Super Fun Creation!!! <3

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