Witch’s Brew Slimline Card

It’s day 3 of the new release celebration for The Rabbit Hole Designs and today, we’re sharing fun cards featuring the Cocktail Witch stamp set. She might be my favorite of the new sets. She’s saucy! I thought she would be cute set on a large, slimline bottle-shaped card. 
To start, I stamped and Copic colored the witch, then cut her out with my ScanNCut. (There are coordinating dies, but I don’t have them yet.) I also used my ScanNCut to cut out the bottle shape. It’s one of the pre-programmed designs. I sized it to 8½” tall so that it would fit into a #10 envelope. I cut the bottle out four times: twice from white cardstock, once from black cardstock, and once from glossy white cardstock. I cut the cork out once from white cardstock, and once from thin cork.
Before I could assemble the card, I needed to color the bottle. Using alcohol inks, blending solution, and a drinking straw, I blew purple and green inks around on the glossy cardstock layer. Once it was dry, there were a few sticky spots, so I brushed on some gold Pearl Ex powder to add shimmer and solve the tacky problem. Next, I used stitched hillside dies to cut down the black bottle and turn it into the label. To avoid having stitch lines on the label, I made sure to turn the stitching to the opposite direction before cutting. Using the Witches Brew sentiment from the Spellcaster Witch stamp set, I embossed it on the label. Isn’t it great that all of the new sets can work together?
The Rabbit Hole Designs Witch's Brew Bottle Slimline
To assemble the card, I scored a line 2½” from the top of one of the white cardstock bottles. I glued the second white bottle on top, only applying glue above the score line. This created the card base. Next, I glued the alcohol inked bottle to the front, and the label on top. I popped the witch up with foam tape, and added a few sequins for shimmer. After I glued the cork layers to the top of the bottle, I wrapped some jute around the neck to finish it off.
 The Rabbit Hole Designs Witch's Brew Bottle Slimline
What do you think? Isn’t this a fun Halloween card? I really love the way it turned out! Are you ready for more inspiration with the new Cocktail Witch stamp set? Hop along with us! 

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Von Marie – next stop
To celebrate the new release, The Rabbit Hole Designs is giving away two saving vouchers; one to a lucky Instagram Follower and one to a lucky Fan Page follower. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on the INSTAGRAM post, and from comments 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 and comment by 11:59 p.m. PST July 30, 2020. Winners will be announced on The Rabbit Hole Designs blog on July 31, 2020.
Want to see the whole release? It’s available now!
Spellcaster Witch stamp set   
Spellcaster Witch coordinating dies 
Cocktail Witch stamp set
coordinating dies coordinating dies
Country Witch stamp set
Country Witch coordinating dies
Bicycle Witch stamp set
Bicycle Witch coordinating dies
Things a Witch Might Say sentiment stamp set

Thanks for stopping by today. I’ll be back soon with more fun inspiration to share! Did you miss day 1 or day 2 of the release celebration? 

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5 thoughts on “Witch’s Brew Slimline Card

  1. Ah-Maizing! OMG the blending that creates the liquid in the bottle!! The bottle card itself! The cork! WOW WOW WOW! If I only had the talent to look at a cute stamp and make something simply spectacular with it !!!

  2. Cute! I’m looking at getting a Scan and Cut or something like it. Could you tell me how you like your machine, and if there is anything you would like better?

    • I love my ScanNCut. I have the 2, but there is a newer model called the DX. The biggest downside are the mats; they don’t stay sticky for long. There are workarounds, but they depend on the model you get. (If you get one, let me know which one and I’ll point you in the right direction.) I had an original Cricut, but I didn’t have good luck with it. I bought the SNC so I wouldn’t have to buy coordinating dies, but I find that I still do 😁.

  3. I love how you did the bottle very creative to make a realistic bottle. Cute card.

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