TRHD July 2020 Release: Candy Twist Die

Hello Everyone! It’s the last day of Inspiration Hops for The Rabbit Hole Designs’ Release week, and today we are twisted with excitement to show off the brand new Candy Twist Die!

Be sure to stick around for the end of the post to see where you’ll be hopping for more inspiration, along with some details regarding how you can enter into this month’s Release Week Giveaway!

One thing that I just love using die cuts for is to make shaker cards, so I knew I wanted to do that with this amazing and cute new product!

First, I took the Merry Pigmas set, and colored up my piggy with alcohol markers. I used the coordinating die to cut them out. I set my piggy aside for later.

Next, using the Candy Twist stencil, I used Oxide Inks to blend a red ombré on a 4.125″ x 5.375″ piece of white cardstock., going from a darker red on top to a lighter red on the bottom. The decided I wanted to use my Candy Twist die and cut 3 horizontal lines from this piece. I ran the stenciled piece through my die cutter 3 times to get this done. I took the now die cut panel, and adhered it to an A2-sized piece of red cardstock so it had a nice frame.

By having the die cut panel on top of the red, it acted like a track for needing to die cut again through the red panel (I was creating 3 shaker windows, after all). I ran my panel through the die cutting machine 3 more times with the Candy Twist die. I then took 3 scrap pieces of acetate and adhered them on the back of red piece of cardstock.

Next, I took more red cardstock and die cut 3 Candy Twist Dies. I took one die to adhere over each window directly on top of the acetate.

Taking foam tape and doubling it up, I flipped my main panel over, and created 3 sectioned off areas for my shaker bits. I poured red and white sequins into each of these wells, removed the backing of my foam tape, and adhered a 4.125″ x 5.375″ piece of red and white scalloped pattern cardstock directly onto the back. I gave my panel a quick shake and was good to proceed (meaning nothing flew out of the foam tape that required re-adhering).

To finish up this card, I stamped the sentiment “Happy Hoglidays” from Merry Pigmas on white cardstock and framed it in red cardstock to make it into a banner. I adhered my piggy and sentiment strip directly to my card panel, and took the whole unit and adhered it to an A2-sized card base!

Here are the products that I used for this project:

Candy Twist Die

Merry Pigmas

Candy Twist Stencil

Now it’s time to make your way to the next stop on today’s Inspiration Hop!

The Rabbit Hole Designs
Justin– You’re Here!
Jenn– Your Next Stop!
Von Marie

And how about a fun giveaway for this month’s release week?

To celebrate the next three days of release, The Rabbit Hole Designs is giving away two gift certificates; 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 07-02-2020. Winner will be announced on The Rabbit Hole Designs blog 07-03-2020.

I hope you have absolutely loved these 3 days of Inspiration Hops and these super adorable new products! I can’t wait to see which ones end up on your holiday projects this year!

Happy Crafting!


Be sure to follow me on Instagram at @justanotebyjustin for all my crafting projects!

Note: This blog does use affiliate links when possible. Please know that I only recommend products that I love and think you’ll love too!

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