Spring is in the air

Good Morning Rabbit Hole Designs Fans

Today is my day here on The Rabbit Hole Designs blog and I want to share an easy to make card with you that features the one of the images from
The Rabbit Hole Designs set Easter Bounty

Today's card was super fun to make and gave me a chance to get a little inky. And best of all was a 1 layer card that came together fairly quick once I had all the supplies gathered up.

Card Recipe
  • I stamped the girl rabbit and gave her a quick coloring with copics. 
  • I then stamped the kite from an upcoming set to be released next week on 03-27-2019 (yes you all are getting a sneak peek) and gave it a quick coloring with copics.  I also stamped the kite on a piece of post it tape to create a mask which I applied over just the diamond shape of the kite.
  • Ink up your background using a cloud stencil or you can use any die cut with wave like border and use that as a stencil.
  • I used Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide ink on a tiny blender brush to apply a patch of grass around the bottom of the bunny's feet.
  • I decided to use the sentiment from Easter Bounty stamped in a pretty purple that closely matched the purple on the bunny's dress.
  • instead of adding some sequins or enamel dots I went with the tiny butterfly also found in the Easter Bounty stamp set.
  • Neenah Classic Crest Solar white in 110lb  was used to create a side fold A2 sized card.
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That is all for me today.  I hope I have inspired you to maybe give this technique a go and create some fast and easy cards.
Thank you for falling down The Rabbit Hole for a few minutes!

Caffeinated Bee with Martha Lucia

Hello everyone Martha Lucia here with you! Do you know the Caffeinated Bee
Well today I am featuring this fabulous stamp set created by The Rabbit Hole Designs, that is part of their amazing collection of Caffeinated Stamp Sets.

I created this card in a different way from normally I made. Today, I first stamped the Caffeinated Bee over a whisper white card stock and colored it with Alcohol Markers. Then I started playing with the layers and after saw the eyes of the Caffeinated Bee, I though that it to be the focal point because it reflect our faces many times!

On this card I combined different colors and different textures. First I embossed a basic black layer and pasted it directly over the whisper white card base, then I created a set of banner on three different colors of card stock that I coordinate with the background piece of designer paper. At the end I attached the banners with two yellow brads and added my stamped images, the Caffeinated Bee and the #Buzzed sentiment with double sided foam tape over the colorful card base.

I hope that you like me explore all the possibilities with the caffeinated images and be ready to start every day with the energy of the Caffeinated Bee!

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If you are looking for further details about my project including links to instruction and products not listed please feel free to drop on by my Stampartpapel Blog.

See you soon!

Caffeinated Bee Spinner Cards

Good morning Rabbit Hole fans and welcome back to the blog!
It's Lisa here with you today and this is my last post as a guest 
designer for the month of March. I've enjoyed sharing my cards with 
you all month and today I have 2 fun spinner cards for you.
I used the Caffeinated Bee stamp to make an interactive card and 
I decided to do it 2 different ways.

The first card has the spinner on the front of the card and when 
the card is opened it spins around on a string.
I mirror stamped the bee on both cards so I could have the identical 
symmetrical image on both sides of the spinner.

There are many YouTube videos showing the construction of a spinner card.
They are actually quite easy to make and they look very impressive when
opened by the recipient.  

The second card has the spinner on the inside of the card but essentially 
acts the same way with the bee spinning wildly when the card is opened.

Here are 2 short videos showing the mechanism of the 
spinner when the cards are opened.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I hope you enjoyed my cards and maybe you'll 
give the spinner card a try!

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Have a great day, I already am!
🐝 Lisa 🐝