Fearless and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
The Rabbit Hole Designs was able to make a donation to BCRF (The Breast Cancer Research Foundation) in the amount of $150 from the pre sale orders of the Fearless Bundles.  For being a newer company we are so thankful for the support from our customers and thankful we were able to do this with your help.  We look forward to seeing your projects created with the Fearless stamps and ask that you share them on social media  so we can put a light on this cause and work towards finding a cure. Our hearts and good wishes go to each and every one who has fought cancer, been a supporter or caregiver for someone with cancer or lost someone from cancer, it is something that has touched us all in some way or another and we appreciate the support for the cause. We at The Rabbit Hole Designs thank you for your support with this cause which is dear to our hearts.

Guest Design Team for September Koren Wiskman

We are pleased to bring you another project from our September 2019 Guest Design Team member Koren Wiskman

We sent Koren the Gourd-geous stamp and we think she nailed it with her project. To see all the details please click here -> Show me the Gourd-geous

We love the use of the grey cardstock and muted tones for the coloring Koren used here.  If you do not follow Koren on Instagram you really need to, not only does she make some amazing projects but her Insta-Stories are one of the reasons we love and follow her most.  She is a "Keepin it Real" kind of crafter. 
Look for Koren's next GDT post next Wednesday on the blog.
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Thank you so much for stopping by today!

Bats and Cats

Hey everyone!  Shanna here today with a card featuring everyone's favorite cat from the Hex Yeah stamp set and a spooky palette Candy Twist stenciled background!

I love making different backgrounds here lately, and the Candy Twist stencil from The Rabbit Hole Designs is so versatile!  I started out by ink blending a A2 bristol paper paper in some Purples and oranges.  Then I used Pixie Spray to temporarily adhere my stencil to my card and used Black Soot Distress Oxide all over the stencil.  It created a fun background for my Halloween card today!

My cat was stamped in Versa Clair Nocturne ink and then heat embossed with clear embossing powder.  I watercolored the pumpkin with a Zig marker for a pop of orange and then fussy cut the image out.

I have a collection of 6x6 paper pads (it isn't just me!!) and found a Halloween pad that had an ephemera page that suited my design perfectly!  I stamped and embossed some bats the same way I did the cat directly only to the right aspect of the card panel.  I clustered my ephemera with my stamped image over the same corner I started my bats in.  Easy Peasy!!

I love when I can stretch a stamp set and use some of the smaller images as a focal point for a card.

That wraps up my post for today, I will be back next week for another trip down The Rabbit Hole!  Until then you can find me over on my blog, Caffeinated Craftiness or over on Instagram!  

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