TRHD- Cookin’ Up a Brew

Today I am sharing a project I created using the Spellcaster Witch set and the Things a Witch Might Say set, part of the Rabbit Hole Designs’ August Halloween Release!

First and foremost, this blog has a sister post over on The Rabbit Hole Designs blog, so be sure to head on over there and check it out!

To make this project, I stamped the witch and cauldron from the Spellcaster Witch set, colored them with Copic Markers and fussy cut them out.

For my backgrounds, I cut a 4.25″ and 5.25″ square piece of white cardstock, and then a 4.5″ and 5.5″ square piece of black cardstock.

For the 4.25″ piece, I used a wreath creator tool to help use the detail stamps and create a circular pattern. I colored all the elements with Copic markers and then masked them all. I ink blended over them using purple die inks and then removed the masks. I adhered this panel to the 4.5″ square piece to give it a black frame.

For the 5.25″ piece of white cardstock, I created an ombré using red, pink and purple dye inks. I spritzed this layer with water, let it dry, and then placed the Twisted Sunshine stencil over top. Using a black dye ink, I applied a solid layer over the stencil. I removed the stencil and adhered this panel directly to the 5.5″ piece of black cardstock to give it a frame.

I then took the smaller square panel and adhered it to the center of the larger square panel.

Using the Things a Witch Might Say, I heat embossed the sentiment “You had the power all along my dear”, in white powder on black cardstock, trimmed it to a strip and then framed it with hot pink cardstock.

I now was able to finish up my card. I adhered my witch, cauldron and sentiment using foam tape, and then adhered a few Rabbit Hole Designs sequins to the card for embellishment. I adhered my panel to a 5.5″ square card base and my project was finished!

This project uses the following Rabbit Hole Designs products:

Spellcaster Witch set

Things a Witch Might Say set

Twisted Sunshine Stencil

For more inspiration with your The Rabbit Hole Designs Creations, be sure to follow along at these other locations:

The Rabbit Hole Designs Blog
The Rabbit Hole Designs Instagram
The Rabbit Hole Designs Facebook Page
The Rabbit Hole Designs Pinterest
The Rabbit Hole Designs YouTube

I hope this project leaves you inspired for your next witchy project!

Happy Crafting!

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