Painting the Roses Red-Day 2 of TRHD August Release and Inspiration Hop


Hello! I am so very excited about this month's amazing new release from The Rabbit Hole Designs. Being a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland I was over the moon to create with all the fun new products.


My card for day 2 features the Wonderland 2 stamp set. The moment I saw this set, I knew I wanted to create a scene where the Ace of Spades was painting the roses red. When I was a little girl, this part of the animated movie really fascinated me. I'm surprised that I never tried to paint my mother's flowers!


To create this card, I started by using the rose stamp from the Wonderland 1 set. I used black ink and stamped it randomly all over a 4.25x5.5" white cardstock panel.

I then used Prismacolor Premier pencils to colour the roses and the background.

Then I stamped the Queen, Ace of Spades and a potted rose tree in black ink onto white cardstock. I used my pencils to colour them up. I left the roses white on the tree because they hadn't been "painted" yet. I die cut them out using coordinating dies that are available for these sets. I die cut 3 extra Queen and Ace shapes from white cardstock and adhered them behind their coloured counterparts.

To "paint" the flowers red, I used Dina Wakley Gloss Spray in Ruby. Instead of spraying it, I just dipped a paint brush in and added the paint to the flowers. I ended up dropping a big blob of on my panel. Ooops! Instead of starting all over, I decided that was where I'd place my sentiment.

I then cut a scalloped frame from white and black cardstock using a die from my stash. I adhered them to my rose bush panel, once the paint was dry.

I then adhered my characters onto the panel.

Next, I created my sentiment for the panel. First, I prepared my piece of black cardstock for embossing by using my Cottontail Embossing Tool on the cardstock. Then I stamped my sentiment using a Versamark Embossing ink pad. I added white embossing powder, shook off the excess, heat set it and added it to my panel. I made sure to position it to cover up my "oops".


Using scissors, I trimmed the part of the green cardstock that extended beyond the frames. Then I adhered it onto an A2 (4.25x5x5") sized green cardstock panel and lastly, onto a top folding A2 sized card base.


I am completely in love with the whole release this month as I have been an Alice in Wonderland fan since I was a child. I hope this card brings back memories of watching the animated movie and inspires you to create some fun cards yourself!


Don't forget to visit all the stops on the hop to see more awesome inspiration! Next up is my very talented friend Jenn! Thanks for visiting!


The Rabbit Hole Designs

Vanessa

Dalis

Judy

Lauren

Jenn

Deana


Below are my affiliate links to products I used for this card.

*Disclosure: I use affiliate links where I can. This does not add any extra cost to you, but I do receive a small amount which helps keep me in craft supplies. Thank You*


Wonderland 2, 4x6 Stamp set: https://shrsl.com/3mk0e

Wonderland 2 die set: https://shrsl.com/3mk0l

Heard in Wonderland 4x6 Stamp set: https://shrsl.com/3mk0o

Wonderland 1 4x6 Stamp set: https://shrsl.com/3mk0x

Wonderland1 Die Set: https://shrsl.com/3mk12


GIVEAWAYS: To celebrate the August 2022 release, The Rabbit Hole Designs is giving away two savings vouchers; 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 07-28-2022

Winners will be contacted via DM for the IG winner and announced in the Facebook Fanpage group on 07-29-2022


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