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 Hi and welcome back, Joy here today with a quick card to share.   One of my favorite things to do is send cards, or Snail Mail to friends and family, so this little guy screamed my name!!!  Snail mail is a 2x3 inch stamp available in The Rabbit Hole Designs shop, and is so much fun to color.   

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My card today features a simple Copic scene where this little snail is the star of the show.  I stamped it with alcohol marker friendly ink and then colored it up.  But if you're like me, you love a clean crisp black outline, so placed my paper back into my repositioning tool and stamped it again with Versafine Clair Nocturne ink. I took it on step further and heat embossed it with clear powder.  The fun sentiment that I chose to compliment the snail, is from the Adventure Awaits stamp set.  To finish off my card I placed it onto an inked and embossed panel that I had previously made.  


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Snail Mail with a sparkle!

Hello, Kimberly here with a card featuring Snail Mail Flower from the latest release. I love this cute little snail and wanted a way to easily jazz up this image.

 


To make this card, I stamped the snail from Snail Mail Flower on white cardstock. I covered it with a mask (image stamped on paper, cut out and placed the image) and then layered a long post it note over it where I wanted the skyline and grass to meet. I blended Mowed Grass distress ink over the exposed bottom of the cardstock. Next I flipped the post it note to expose the top of the cardstock and blended Tumbled Glass distress ink over the top. Once I removed the post it note, I had my background! 

I colored in the snail with Copics and decided I was not crazy about how I colored the shell. So I stamped the image on another piece of cardstock and colored the shell with new colors. I fussy cut the shell out and popped it up with foam tape on the snail on my original panel. Then I blinged it out using some sequins I had in my stash. I really loved this sentiment from Sassy Sentiments and thought it fit perfect with this card so I stamped it directly on the card. I put foam tape on the back of the snail panel and added it to a card base I had prepared for it. I hope you like it!

Thanks for stopping by!
Kimberly

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You are be-YOU-tiful!


Hey yall!  Happy Friday!!!  Happy, happy almost weekend!!!  Tangii here, hope you all had a great week!  Any fun plans for the weekend?  For my card today I inked up the 1 Line Flower stamp set and paired it up with some Spring Florals #2 paper!

This was a quick and fun card to put together.  I stamped out the flower several times leaving out the "1 line" part. I colored each of the flowers in and then hand-cut them out (I did go over the cut edges in a black marker (I use the chisel tip of my 100 Copic), this gives me a cleaner looking edge.  I stamped the sentiment in the upper right corner and then adhered the flowers to my smaller panel.  I left out "yellow" in my flower colors and used, instead, the yellow floral page from the Spring Florals #2 paper pack.

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!

Snail Mail Delivery

 
 
 
 
Greetings, Rabbit Hole Fans!
Kelly here and I am sharing this spring inspired card featuring the  "Snail Mail" stamp set, "Amanda" stencil and "Clouds in my Coffee" stencil.
 
I started by stamping the snail on white cardstock, coloring him and die cutting it to get the stitching.  I decided to add the grass and clouds. I used 
"Clouds in my Coffee" stencil with Cotton tail Blending brushes.  I put paper over my snail to keep off the blue ink.  I decided to stamp him again and color the flower section, cut it out and raise it with dimensional foam. I put that panel aside and worked on the top card panel.

I took a piece of smooth white card stock and adhered the "Amanda" stencil with sticky spray.  I inked the panel using a Cotton Tail Blending brush with green ink.  

I adhered my snail panel on top and then put the "hello" on which is covered in glaze.
  
  
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 Clouds in My Coffee

 
 
 
 
 

 

 



Be-you-tiful Floral Shift

Welcome to The Rabbit Hole Designs blog!  I am using the One Line Flower stamp set to create today's card. 

I used a  stencil for a background I created a few months ago.  I thought these two would pair together nicely.  I stamped the One Line Flower image with VersaMark watermark stamp pad and heat embossed  the stamped image in black embossing powder.  I did the same with the Be-you-tiful sentiment.
I have recently discovered shift watercolor paints. I am mesmerized by the way the color changes (shifts) as you move the cards so the light hits it at different angles. I painted the petals in Scarlet Red very fine glitter watercolor and in the areas that overlap, I used a color shift paint called Oil Slick.
You can see the how the color shifts from a rusty pink to a purple in this photo.  I think it adds just the right amount of interest to this card
I die cut the panel with a scallop edge border die and tied a thin black organza ribbon in a bow around this layer.  I attached this to a layer of dark purple cardstock and attached these two layers to a red A2 card base to complete the card.

Here are The Rabbit HoleDesigns products used in this card:

One Line Flower Stamp set

 

I hope you enjoyed this Be-you-tiful Floral Shift card featuring the One Line Flower stamp set.      

 

 

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Jenn Gross

 

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