Bicycle Witch Treat tag

Hello Everyone!
Kelly here for The Rabbit Hole Designs!

To continue the Halloween fun, I made this treat tag featuring "Bicycle Witch" and "Broken Glass" stencil. 

I started with neon orange glitz gel on the "Broken Glass" stencil.
When it dried, I cut out a circle and circle frame.

I stamped the images from "Bicycle Witch" and colored them with Copics.
I cut them out (dies now available) and adhered 
them to the tag with double-sided tape. 

I punched a hole in the top of the tag and added twine.
It's fun, festive and very bright!


Bicycle Witch 

 Broken Glass Stencil

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Best Friends - Witches! Slimline Card

Hello my crafty friends and welcome to today's Rabbit Hole Designs blog!  I have been having such a fun time creating slimline cards (I think it might be an obsession).   When I saw The Rabbit Hole Designs Witches release  for August, I could not wait to color them.  They are such fun and whimsy images!  It got me thinking of haunted houses and those photos on the wall that look like they are following you.  So, today's card is that wall in the stairwell of a witch's house.  

I am using the Country Witch and Spellcaster Witch stamp sets to create this slimline portrait wall card.  I chose to color these two witch images as portraits in a gray scale.  I used several gray alcohol markers along with a precision point black pen and white gel pen. I die cut the images with oval dies I had in my craft stash and created larger dark navy oval frames. 

I stamped out many of the additional images in gray ink an colored them in more muted colors.  I then colored over the top of each image in a very light gray alcohol marker.  The purpose is to give the hint of color, but not draw your attention to these smaller images.  I then chose different shaped nesting dies to frame out each image.  I used the same metallic rose gold cardstock for the small frames.
I stamped out the "Good friends..." sentiment on to buttercream cardstock. I cut it to size and then cut a mat for it (slightly bigger from the Rose Gold cardstock

I used a piece of 8 1/2" x 3 1/2" pink pin striped printed cardstock for the wall it is mounted on a 8 5/8" x 3 5/8" piece of grey cardstock.  This is attached to a 9' x 4 " card base.  I  played around with the positioning of the framed images.  Once I was happy with the placement, I used foam squares to attach the portraits and pictures to the card front completing the card 

Here are The Rabbit Hole Design products used in this card:

Country Witch stamp set

Spellcaster Witch stamp set

Thank you for stopping by The Rabbit Hole Designs Blog today! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial using the Spellcaster Witch and Country Witch stamp sets!  Slimline card are all the rage.  Give them a try!  


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Best Friends are Wicked!

Hello there! 
Michelle here, sharing a colorful Halloween card with you. 

Today I used two of the newest stamp sets from The Rabbit Hole Designs August Release. The background stamps and sentiment are from the stamp set, Spellcaster Witch. The witch on her broom is from the stamp set, Cocktail Witch.

I randomly stamped the background with mini stamps onto kraft cardstock and used colored pencils to shade in. I colored my witch with Copic Markers. I added some stickles glitter glue for shimmer and scattered some gems.

Thanks for peeking!


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August 6th Guest Designer Oliver Gleason

We are pleased to bring you one of our August 2020 guest design team members; Oliver Gleason.

We sent Oliver the Country Witch stamp and we think he knocked it out of the park with this project. 

To see all the details please click here ->   Country Witch

This is what Oliver had to say about our Country Witch stamp set ...

"I was so excited to use this unorthodox witch for this card. I am a firm believer that the spirit of Halloween lives all year long and with this Country Witch stamp set you can use a witch to say “boo y’all” all year round! There are many elements to this set, which makes it a very versatile set!

You can find Oliver here at his IG account ------> @senorgleason

Make sure you stop back on Thursday August 13th, to see what our next guest designer has to share with us .

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

Boil Boil, Toil & Trouble Witches Brew!

Hey yall!  Happy hump-day!!  Can you even believe it's August already?!?  How in the heck did that happen?  Tangii here with another creation from the wicked cute August release!  For my card today I grabbed a few of the new sets... Spellcaster Witch, Cocktail Witch and Things a Witch Might Say.

I started off grabbing a few of my fave Halloween washi's (as it turns out my "faves" were all of them! lol).  I adhered them on an angle over some white cs... this fills in the "white" space nicely and gives a fun backdrop for all of my die cut pieces.  Have  I mentioned before how much I LOVE coordinating dies??  This is one of those times when fussy cutting just wouldn't cut it!  I stamped out the potion cauldron, a couple of potion bottles and some "sprigs" from the Spellcaster Witch  stamp set.  Then I colored them in and used the coordinating dies.

There are really so many fantastic accessory stamps that come with all of the witch sets this month!  The sentiments I used come from the Spellcaster Witch Cocktail Witch and Things a Witch Might Say sets.  I edged the sentiment pieces with a green marker and then stamped some of the bubbles from the Spellcaster Witch set.  When I say "white space & I are not very good friends", I'm not kidding. lol!  

I attached the potion bottles to the sentiment pieces and then "hung" some sprigs from them as well.  All of the die cut pieces are popped up from the base.

All of the items I linked in my post are available at The Rabbit Hole Designs.

You can also read about this card on my blog, here with links to the products I used, etc.  Thanks for popping by, come back again soon!

Green Witch

Hello! Alison here. I'm hoping that by now you've checked out the August Release for The Rabbit Hole Designs. This release is all about witches, and if you know me at all, you know that makes me very happy! My card today uses the Cocktail Witch stamp set, and she's just fab!

I colored her with Copic markers, using some really pretty shades of green, and then I layered her on to a glittery circle I had made previously.
I found a cool chevron paper in my stash, and inked the edges with Mowed Lawn Distress Ink. I also added my sentiment from the same stamp set and some pretty sequins from the Nebula Sparkle Blend from Doodles Paper Playground.
I mounted everything on to a gray card base, which I really like to use for Halloween cards.
I like that you can choose to make really cool background scenes for this witch, but you can also opt to do what I did and just work with scraps. She's a fun little witch, isn't she? For more details on this card, please visit my blog HERE. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

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Look at you ... you little FLOCKSTAR you!

Hello everyone!

It's Niccole from Nic & Viv Designs back again to share another card I made using one of The Rabbit Hole Designs stamp sets.

For today's card I used the Caffeinated Flamingo stamp set and the Twisted Sunshine stencil.

How to create this card:

Here is one more picture of the full card ...

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I have had so much fun playing with the Caffeinated Flamingo stamp set and the Twisted Sunshine stencil.

Thank you so much for stopping by and spending some time with me.

Until next time ... Hugs & inky fingers! -Nic-

BOO Ya'll

Hello Rabbit Hole Fans!
It's Kelly here and today I am sharing a card featuring the 
new set "Country Witch" by The Rabbit Hole Designs

To make this card, I started with a soft blend of blue and green ink on the background panel using Cotton Tail Brushes.   Next, I used blue glitz glitter gel on the "Aim for the Stars" stencil.  While that dried, I stamped out, colored and cut out the images (dies are now available!)   

After the glitter dried I stamped the sentiment from the set and arranged the images.  The witch and cat are raised on foam.  

There's a bit of shimmer pen on the witch's shirt and hat rim.  
It's a fun card to wish anyone a Happy Halloween! 

 Aim for the Stars Stencil

 Cotton Tail Brushes

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Harvest Witch

Hello Everyone! Justin here and today I am sharing a project using the new Bicycle Witch set, which is part of The Rabbit Hole Designs August Release!

I wanted to give this project a very autumn feel, so I used a lot of yellow and oranges in this project, along with a few color pops!

First, as always, I colored up my Bicycle Witch and a few bats using Copic Markers. I fussy cut them out and set them aside to work on my other pieces

I took an A2-sized piece of black cardstock, placed the Drop It Stencil over it, and applied a layer of Black Glitter Glitz Gel. I set this layer aside to dry.

Taking a 4" stitched circle die, I cut a piece of harvest floral patterned paper. I set this piece aside.

Using a 3" stitched circle die, I die cut a circle from white cardstock, applied the Diamond Flower Stencil over it, and blended up a Yellow to Orange to Black ombré using the Cotton Tail Blending Brushes. I adhered this circle to the center of my harvest floral circle, and adhered my bats directly to this piece.

I heat embossed the sentiment "Salem Bicycle Society" in white powder onto black cardstock, trimmed it to a strip and added a few white gel pen dots to give it a bolted look.

I now was able to begin piecing my card together. I adhered my circle unit directly to my Drop It background. I then used foam tape to adhere my Bicycle Witch directly on top of the circle. I also adhered my sentiment strip using foam tape as well. To finish this card off, I adhered a few sequins from a Rabbit Hole Designs sequin pack and then mounted this panel to an A2-sized card base.

And that's how I made my card!

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I cannot wait to see what you craft up using these adorable new witches from the Halloween Release! Be sure to share them in The Rabbit Hole Designs Fan Page (and don't forget about the Anything Goes Challenge Album as well!

Happy Crafting!