Ruff Morning?

Good Morning crafty friends!

Welcome back for some coffee loving inspiration. Echo here down the rabbit hole. Do you have ruff mornings? There are days I certainly do. This boxer is my spirit animal for sure. I love this new addition to the coffee critter line up. You can find him here. I thought it would be fun to back a scene with him standing in front of a window with the sun shiny bright through the window and the boxer looking not very happy about it!

Here's how I made this card.

Stamp image on Copic friendly paper with Copic friendly ink. Color with Copic markers.

Fussy cut.

Die cut window. Then I colored the die cut window with a Copic marker. E59 walnut

Die cut a wood panel and a piece and piece of patterned paper. 

Cut a panel of white card stock to fit behind die cut window.

Mask of the bottom a bit to add grass later. Ink blend sun rays on white window card panel.

Move mask up and mask off the sun rays. Ink blend grass.

With a Copic marker- E59 walnut color die cut wood veneer paper. No need to do all just the little bit that will be showing.

I cut another strip of the wood veneer paper and colored it. Stamp sentiment in VersaMark and emboss with white embossing powder. 

Cut a piece of vellum for window. Assemble window panels and die cut card panels. Add to card base. Add caffeinated boxer with foam tape.

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Thank you so much for stopping by!
Stamp on- Echo


Hello Rabbit Hole fans! It's Lisa here on the blog today with a really tired Owl!
He definitely looks like how I feel today! It was a busy weekend but a fun weekend
so I don't mine a little sleep deprivation!  I had a fun crafty weekend and spent
time with my daughter's for a girls weekend away.

I thought it would be cute to put the Caffeinated Owl
on to his very own coffee mug.

I really like how he looks and the sentiment #wideawake cracks me up!
I used the caffeine molecule for the background of the mug.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today!
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Have a great day, I already am!
🦉Lisa 🦉

Therm-o-Web Mermaid Hair

It's Amanda W and I'm really excited to be back today with another collab card featuring The Rabbit Hole Designs and Therm-O-Web products! It's so fun to use them together. Today I'm going all out GLITZ and GLITTER!!!

Here are the details:
  • Ink blend Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn and Peacock Feathers Distress inks and then adhered my Candy Twist Stencil with Pixie Spray. Then I covered the stencil with Glitz Glitter Gel in white.
  • While that was drying I pulled out Mermaid Hair and stamped, colored and cut out my images.
  • Then die cut my frame from white cardstock 4 times and glued them together.
  • Last I stamped my sentiment in green ink and cut it apart so I could scatter it in the card design.
  • For assembly I adhered my background glitter panel to the card front, then my frame with liquid glue because of the glitter texture and finally my images and sentiments were adhered with foam squares.
  • Finishing touches on this card were Wink of Stella Glitter Brush on the mermaid tail and fish. You can never have too much glitter when mermaids are involved!

Here's a closer look. Look at all that shimmer! This card is absolutely stunning in the light! The colors bounce off the glitter gel and it's so eye catching! The fun and whimsy of the whole card is fabulous!

I hope you enjoyed it. Remember to head over to the Therm-o-Web blog to see what their design team is creating too.

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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