Time to Shake it!

 Hi there! Kimberly here to share with you how I made this card using the Tropical State of Mind stamp set illustrated by Tatsiana for The Rabbit Hole Designs April Release. I am ready to be on the beach looking at her in the grass skirt! 

To start, I colored in my dancing bunny with Copics {listed below} and die cut her using the Tropical State of Mind Dies. Next I blended Kitsch Flamingo distress ink and Twisted Citron Distress ink through the Tastes Like Honey Stencil on white cardstock. I die cut that with an oval die and layered in on an oval piece of pink cardstock. Then I added foam tape and popped it up on another piece of pink cardstock that I die cut using a decorative oval die in my stash.  I added the bunny and a fern leaf that I had in my stash to the oval.  I heat embossed the sentiment on black paper and added it to my oval panel. To make my background, I ink smooshed Kitsch Flamingo Distress ink and Twisted Citron Distress ink on watercolor paper. I dried it with my heat tool and attached it to the card base. I glued the oval panel to the ink smooshed card base. To finish off my card, I added some sequin. to the fern. This is such an adorable set!!

Bunny: E50, E53, R11, RV13 
Skirt: YG21, YG23, YG25
Flower: RV13, RV17
Maraca: Y11, Y13, Y19

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Star Light Hop with Pear Blossom Press

It's time for the Star Light Hop with Pear Blossom Press! Today on Instagram, you’re going to see some of the sweetest light-up cards all featuring the very special new Bunny Moon Bundle. It includes stamps, dies, a 6"x6" paper pad, EZ-Lights, and more, all tucked nicely into a heavy duty Bunny Bag - everything you need to make awesome light-up cards like you'll see in the hop today!

Design team member, Amanda Stevens, created a fun mini-slimline birthday card with the bundle. Let's take a closer look...

If you’d like to create a card like Amanda's, head on over to our Instagram post and watch the short process video. Then hop along with us to see all of the awesome light-up cards featuring the new Bunny Moon Bundle! (Don't worry if you don't have an Instagram account, you can still click the links below to see...)


Pear Blossom Press

Lydia Fieldler

Jenn Gross

Erica AB

Niccole Kulig

Deana Benson

Shanna Slater

Tanna LoHouse

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We Mermaid to be Friends!

 Hello everyone! Von Marie here and I am so happy to be on the blog today! I have a fun and cute card to share with you using some of my favorite TRHD products.

Isn't this Merbunny Cute? I love her. I used Harley-Merbunny Stamp Set and Harley Merbunny Die Set along with Splish Splash Stencil and the Spring Floral #2 Pattern Paper Pack for my A2 card. I first ink blended some cardstock 110lb. with Peacock Feathers, and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide ink until I got the look I wanted with my Cotton Tail Blending Brushes. I then used the Splish Splash Stencil with Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide ink over my inked panel. When it was dry I used some Pearl Pigment powder with water and flicked some drops onto my panel. That gave my background a lot of sparkle. I then cut out my panel with a large stitched tag die and then cut out some Spring #2 pattern paper with a double stitched rectangle die.

I stamped my Harley-Merbunny onto Sweet Sentiment cardstock with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink using my Misti. I then colored her in with my Copic Markers and diecut her out with the Harley-Merbunny Die Set. I added my inked tag and pattern paper to my A2 card base and then added my Merbunny. I stamped a sentiment from the stamp set with Blue ink and cut it out with my paper trimmer. My sentiment and sequins were then added to complete my card. I hope you have enjoyed my card.

Here are TRHD Products Used:

Spring Floral #2 Pattern Paper 6x6 Paper Pack

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Happy Crafting and Thank you for stopping by!

Von Marie

Sending Sandy Hugs

 Hi and welcome back, Joy here today sharing some sandy goodness with you.  I love everything about fun in the sun, and the Beachin' stamp set brings me so much happiness.  I couldn't wait to color this beautiful stamp, and I think you will love it too!   I can almost feel the sand between my toes!!!! 

Beachin' measure 4 x8 inches, so it lends itself well for slimline cards, so I went with it.  I stamped it in Memento ink as I wanted to color it with Copic markers.  I chose tropical colors to make the images pop, and warm grays for the sand to add contrast.  The only embellishing I added to my card was clear heat embossing to the sentiment and white gel pen to highlight areas. This clean and simple design is easy to recreate. I hope you will give it a try!  

I had so much fun creating this card, and I hope it inspires you to create something special today!  You can follow the link HERE to see the entire line from The Rabbit Hole Designs.  

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Mermaid Wishes Shaker Card

 Hello! Kimberly here sharing this cute shaker card using the adorable Harley Merbunny set from The Rabbit Hole Designs April release. I just love this bunny and had so much fun creating with this set this month!

I started out by ink smooshing Jayne Davenport Incredible Ink in the following colors: Fresh Air, Mermaid Tail, Hydrangea, and Limeade. Once dry, I put the Splash Splash Stencil on the top and dabbed off some of the ink through the stencil with a wet paper towel to reveal the pattern. I trimmed it down to 4" x 5 1/4" and die cut the center with a circle. I placed my card base in my Misti, and lined up my inked panel on the card base so I could line up my mermaid sentiment where I wanted it. I stamped the sentiment, added the acetate to the inked panel, and all the foam tape for the shaker. Before adhering it to the card base I put a bit of shaker elements in the center. Once I attached the inked panel, I added the scallop circle frame around the circle. Next, I watercolored the Harley Merbunny with Distress Oxides {listed below}. I used the Harley Merbunny Die to cut it out and adhered it to the Inked panel. I heat embossed the sentiment "#Simple Pleasures" on black paper from the Simple Things stamp set and adhered that to the card. I finished off the card with dew drops and a sequin on the starfish. 

Distress ink:
Harley: Pumice Stone Distress And Distress Oxide inks, Spun Sugar Oxide, Worn Lipstick Oxide
Tail: Worn Lipstick Oxide and Dusty Concord Oxide
Shell: Antique Linen Oxide, Worn Lipstick Oxide, Gathered Twigs Oxide
Starfish: Antique Linen, Worn Lipstick, Pumice Stone Oxide

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Honey - You Look Fabulous!


Hello! Lauren here on the blog today with this fun slimline card. My card features the new Tastes Like Honey stencil. This stencil is so awesome because it can be used to create all kinds of different looks for so many occasions. 

To create my card, I blended Gray Flannel ink onto white cardstock using the Tastes Like Honey stencil. The stencil is 6x6 so for it to fit a slimline card, I lines up the stencil and continued blending. I started out dark then lightened up as I continued. I trimmed the paper using a stitched rectangle slimline die from my stash. 

After cleaning the stencil, I repeated the same process onto yellow paper using Wild Honey Distressed Oxide ink and a bit of Fossilized Amber to darken it up a bit. I then die cut 5 stitched hexagons using a set from my stash.

Next, using the Spell It stencil, I blended the Gray Flannel ink to spell "Honey" on white cardstock. I trimmed the paper down and backed it with a matching gray cardstock border.

Then onto gray cardstock, I stamped the you look fabulous sentiment from the Miss You stamp set in Versamark ink. I covered that with white embossing powder and heat set it. After it cooled, I trimmed the sentiment using a rectangle die from my stash.

Having all the elements complete, I started to assemble the card. First I positioned the yellow hexagons onto the gray hexagon stenciled background and adhered them in place. Then trimmed off  any overhanging pieces. I adhered that onto a white 8.5 x 3.5 inch card base and adhered the word honey in the middle and the gray cardstock sentiment underneath.

Thanks so much for visiting. I hope you give this fun stencil a try! 

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Thank you for being MERMAZING!

 Hello and welcome to The Rabbit Hole Designs blog.
It's Kelly here and I am excited to share a shaker card I made featuring the new "Merbunny" set. Her name is Haley and she's swimming in an blue ocean made of alcohol inks.  
I stamped the image and colored her with Copics.  I cut her out with the matching die that is available and glued her on the card panel.  I made the alcohol ink panel by smooshing the paper into the alcohol ink.  I took the alcohol ink panel and die cut the image out of the top and built the shaker on the back and carefully layered it on the card.  

Next, I embossed the sentiment in silver on vellum and then cut it out with a circle die.  I cut the same size circle in white cardstock and layered in under the vellum.  I added blue string and blue/white twine and the circle on top.  
She's such a fun shaker.  I love that shaker bits go up in her tail!

Thanks for visiting today,

Shake it like it's your Birthday!!

 Hello, my crafty friends today I have a quick and easy shaker card using the New Tropical State of Mind Stamp set along with Tastes like Honey - 6x6 Stencil!

For the background, I only used Kitsch Flamingo distress oxide ink to make a gradual fade from the largest honeycombs to the smallest. I really wanted the stencil to stand out just a bit so I used a few stitched rectangle dies to build my window for the shaker.

For the Maracana shaking bunny I pulled out a few of my trusty zig markers. I added a few pops of color to her skirt, flower, and maraca. I wanted to have her pop off the page. I grabbed a few of my favorite shaker blends! I used the sentiment from the set It's your birthday, time to shake it! I think it goes perfectly with the shaker card. Both the stamp and stencil are so versatile.

Endless Summer!

Hey yall!  Happy Monday!!  Tangii here, hope you all had a wonderful weekend!  Today I'm sharing a slimline card I made with the new Beachin' set

This was just a plain and simple card, keeping the fun summer image the focus.  I just colored it up with Copics and then added a sentiment in red ink.  These were easy enough to produce a handful at a time and will be great to send notes to distant friends this summer!  That's all I've got for ya, hope you get some creative therapy time this week!

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!

Sun Bunny-s Waving! Shaker Card with shrink plastic bunny

Hello my crafty friends and welcome to The Rabbit Hole Designs blog.  Today I am sharing this fun shaker card featuring the Starfish in the Sand stamp set from the new April Release.  I love the creating shaker elements with shrink plastic.  The bunny is the main shaker element for this interactive card.
I stamped the bunny image on shrink plastic and colored it with colored him lightly with colored pencils.  You do not need to color shrink plastic very dark. As it shrinks, the color intensifies.  This little shaker guy is about one third the size of the stamped bunny.
I stamped the Starfish in the Sand image using Black Shadow Nuvo ink on to a piece of the Spring Florals #1 printed paper.  These fun pink, purple and blue heart flowers look like sea shells.  I colored the stamped seashells and the rocks in alcohol markers.  I trimmed the ad front to 4" x 5 1/4" making sure to keep the image toward the top of the card. I cut out the bunny image from the middle of he shell cluster creating an organic shaped opening.  
I mounted this card front onto a piece of oatmeal cardstock with an oval cut out to line up with the card front opening.  I glued a piece of clear acetate behind the opening.  I outlined the back of the oval opening with double sided foam tape creating a  well.  I added the shrunken bunny, sequins and bubble embellishments to the well.  I added more foam tape and cut a back out of ocean wave printed papers.  I sealed the ocean paper to the foam tape on the back of the card front sealing the shaker pieces in the oval opening.  I mounted this on an A2 white card front and added the stamped sentiment on a piece of light blue cardstock and die cut a wave into the top to complete the card.  
Super cute, right? 

I hope you enjoyed this fun Sun Bunny-s Waving card featuring the Starfish in the Sand stamp set.  


Be Creative ~ Stay Inspired

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Stenciled Backgrounds with Alcohol Ink


Hello crafty friend, Amanda from Pear Blossom Press here again, and today, I'm sharing a pair of fun mini-slimline cards that feature a cool stencil and alcohol ink technique! 

Head on over to my blog,, for instructions on how to combine alcohol inks with the new Tastes Like Honey Stencil for awesome backgrounds! A few Sassy Sentiments pull these cards together. 

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I'd love to know what your favorite way to make backgrounds are. Let me know in the comments below. I'll be back soon with more fun cards to share. Until then, I'll see you on Instagram

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April 2021 Inspiration Hop Winners

  Happy Friday!

Announcing the April Inspiration Hop winners. 

The winners from the Facebook Fan Page and the Instagram post are:

Denise Bryant from the Facebook Fan Page post 
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@fam.ligaard from the Instagram post 
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Please email to claim.  Please include which post you won. Winners have until 04-09-2021 at Midnight to claim, or prize is forfeited

Be sure to join us April 26th for our next release. If you have not already done so may we suggest joining our Facebook Fan Page where you will always be the first to know of any upcoming releases, and offers.
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April Release Inspiration Hop - Day 3

Hello and welcome to Day 3 of the Inspiration Hop. We are so excited for you to join us as we present to you our April release. Our fabulous Design Team have been sharing their projects over the last couple of days, so be sure to visit their blogs and leave them some crafty love.

 The 5 new stamps sets, 3 dies, and one new stencil are all available to purchase right now in the shop.

The two new stamp sets and one stencil being highlighted today are ...

Starfish in the Sand

Spring Coffee

Thank you for being part of our April Inspiration Hop.

Here is the line up for the hop:



To celebrate the April release, The Rabbit Hole Designs is giving away two savings vouchers; one to a lucky Instagram follower and one to a lucky Fan Page follower.  Winner will be chosen at random from the comments left on the INSTAGRAM post, and tagging friends, and also from commenting on the Fan Page post.  So make sure to head on over to INSTAGRAM and look for the giveaway post @therabbitholedesignsllc and look for the post at The Rabbit Hole Designs Fan Page by 11:59 p.m. PST 04-01-2021. 
Winner will be announced on The Rabbit Hole Designs blog 04-02-2021.

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