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Down the Rabbit Hole + The White Rabbit FREE Gift Kit!

Filed under Alice in an Altoids Tin Kit, Art Projects, Caroline Ouzts-Hay, Giveaways, Laura Carson

Design Team Member Laura Carson has a couple of Alice in Wonderland themed projects for you; and I think you’ll find they’re very clever indeed.

Down the Rabbit Hole

How cute is this?! Using a Pringles can, Laura cut it up and put it back together wabi-sabi. It was then covered with cobblestone paper, window and door images. Stitched Leaf Ribbon, ferns and mushrooms decorate the outside.

My favorite part, is the inside where Alice is falling down the rabbit hole.

To create the effect of Alice and other objects free falling down the hole, I used wooden dowels and double stick tape to suspend and anchor the images and items to the back wall. At the top I used sheet moss, leaving a small hole for Alice to fall through.

At the bottom, I’ve added a door from the Mini Old Windows and Doors Collage Sheet, and the White Rabbit and trees from the We Are All Mad Here Collage Sheet. The base is a round box lid from my stash covered with hedge scrapbook paper.

Down the Rabbit Hole Supply List

Of course, Laura has put together a fabulous step-by-step tutorial for you to create your own version of Down the Rabbit Hole; but first there is still one more project by Laura (with different variations) AND another “Down the Rabbit Hole” project by Caroline Ouzts-Hay!

FOUR Domino Books

For this project, Laura created the new Alice in Wonderland Dominoes Collage Sheet and Download Set. The Collage Sheet contains 40 Alice in Wonderland themed panels that are sized to fit a standard 1” x 2” domino and the Download Set contains 53 images. These panels are perfect to create domino jewelry and books.

Laura created several different Domino Books, my favorite one of the bunch is the Down the Rabbit Hole Book. Can’t help myself — it’s one of my favorite themes.

On the front of this book are acrylic flowers, a key and a clock that surround a hole that Alice is falling into. The flowers and key are from the Alice in an Altoids Tin Kit which is full of Alice themed embellishments.

Love, love, love, half of Alice’s body sticking out of the side of the book! Other books Laura created are Tea Time, It’s Good to be Queen, and 6 Impossible Things. You can find the supplies that Laura used for all four of her books on her Supply List.

For more details, photos and if you’d like to learn how to make your own Domino Books or Down the Rabbit Hole, visit Artfully Musing.



Hooray for the Alice in Dominoland Giveaway!

Most all of these items are from Laura’s FOUR Domino Books supply list:
New Alice in Wonderland Dominoes Collage Sheet
Alice in an Altoids Tin Kit (whoo! that contains a tons of items all by itself!)
1/2 Inch Flat-Back Clocks
Medium Bronze White Rabbit Charm
Miniature Metal Chair Pendant
Raw Brass Box Feet – Cones (and on sale!)
Dominoes – Full Size
Small Gold Hinges with Screws

To enter the Alice in Dominoland Giveaway drawing all you have to do is leave a comment BELOW on this blog post TODAY or TOMORROW (the deadline is 11:59 pm PST, MONDAY NIGHT, June 13, 2016). And tell me: Will you make an Alice-themed domino book?

Don’t forget to leave your (hello! correct) email address, too, so I can contact the winner; your email address does not need to be made public. Note: I’m offering free shipping, too, but only within the USA. International shipping will still apply.

Please be patient! Spammers try to post crap here a lot so comments are moderated. So if you don’t see your post in the comments section, be patient and check back in a few hours before re-posting it, please!

After midnight, I’ll randomly pick the winner (via So check your mailbox on Thursday morning to see who won and for the next Giveaway and Newsletter!

Hey, who won Classical Beauty Giveaway? That would be Debbi Decker! Congratulations!

Posted by Leslie, June 12th, 2016

69 responses to “Down the Rabbit Hole + The White Rabbit FREE Gift Kit!”

  1. barb macaskill says:

    Not an Alice themed but definitely a Fairy themed one!!
    LOVE these projects!!! Definitely going to try the pringles can creation!!! So sweet!! See you next post!

  2. barb macaskill says:

    Forgot to add that the new hinges have me giddy with glee!! OOOOOOOOOOOOO! Call me a happy lady!

  3. Barb A says:

    Love, love, love Alice!! Was this designed just for me?

  4. Antonia says:

    I will be making an Alice themed domino book!!

  5. Kat Cashwell says:

    This is so adorable & I would not change a thing!!

  6. Nadine says:

    My daughter is a big Alice fan so I will gift these to her! Hope I win!

  7. Linda Hughes says:

    I would love to make a Alice in Wonderland domino book!!!

  8. Sogashia says:

    I would love to make these domino books with my sons class!!

  9. Beth says:

    I have a small collection of Pringles cans and would really like to try the challenge of making the rabbit hole! Would also like to try the Domino books, so many angles to work that!

  10. Barb Striethorst says:

    Yes, more Alice. Like to try a domino book!

  11. Jen C says:

    Of course I would love to make an Alice domino book! I love all things Alice! 🙂

  12. Vicki Gibson says:

    Love this! Obsessed with the Queen of Hearts. This would make an awesome addition.

  13. Maria says:

    I’d probably make something other than a book. I would try my hand at the Alice Altoid tin.

  14. Karen says:

    I love the domino theme book and I can think of several themed domino books to try also!

  15. Holly says:

    What a great giveaway! So much fun stuff here!

  16. Julianne says:

    Something Autumn or Halloween related!

  17. Maggie M says:

    If I won this giveaway, I’ll be making lots of domino books! So cute, and they make great gifts:)

  18. Ann Pierce says:

    Love c the Alice domino book! Definitely will try one, especially if I win a kit.


  19. Jacqualine says:

    Love all the Wonderland items. I recently created a Alice in Wonderland junk journal and am looking forward to making a domino book to compliment it!

  20. CJ says:

    Another VERY clever creation. I have so many graphics and collage sheets with the Alice theme that I would be able to create several domino books and they would all be different. Fingers crossed to win!

  21. Jen R says:

    Love domino books. An Alice theme would be a great addition to my collection.

  22. M. C. Sparks says:

    How about a Halloween Alice themed book!

  23. Diana says:

    Oh yes, would love to make the tea party. Thanks for the chance.

  24. Kim Lucak says:

    More Alice – yeah!!! Love the domino books, so cute 🙂

  25. Jean Marmo says:

    So clever and fun!! Loving the domino books!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

  26. Nancy S says:

    I’m in love with the domino books. I’d like to try my hand at those and take it one step further to create a wearable art piece with them.

  27. Emily Ann Dale says:

    The domino book is wonderful! I would of course make that!!!

  28. Carla says:

    Love, love the Alice theme! Domino books are great

  29. angelic says:

    I would love to make my own Alice domino book! Add the domino book to a charm.

  30. Love this I would try to make a diorama out of these darling pieces Thank you

  31. Daylan says:

    This is lovely! I would make a mixed-media assemblage to go along with my Alice in Wonderland book display.

  32. sheila AR says:

    Yes, I would indeed make an Alice domino book. I’ve never attempted one before and they have always seemed kind of intimidating with many fold out accordion pages. I will keep this first one on the small side following Laura’s lead, and probably be hooked forever! What a great giveaway.

  33. Karen Mallory says:

    I love all things Alice. I want to make all these projects!!!

  34. Pam S says:

    A new obsession to try my hand at. I LOVE Alice in Wonderland and all the pictures! Wishes do come true! Wishing!

  35. Lou Conaway says:

    I suspect I’ll be making a whole collection of domino books. I’ve been reading up on pop-up books and I’d like to try a mini fussy cut of a domino book. I’ll probably drive myself crazy but it would be worth it! I’m so glad Alice is still around, plus a free gift kit. Wow!. And 2 different rabbit holes in one blog post! I think Laura Carson’s fall down the rabbit hole is brilliant. I’ve got my fingers crossed on this drawing, so many Wonderland artifacts…..

  36. Ina M Good says:

    yes yes yes I love alice in wonderland a bookis wonderland!!!!

  37. I know I’ve won before, but Alice is my absolute favorite. Even my FB photo is Alice! Please pick me! I’ll never ask for another thing!

  38. Marykay chisum says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the domino book! Pick me
    For this wonderful gift!

  39. Mary Mac says:

    I would love to make an Alice theme tin.

  40. Kee Ostler says:

    I would love to make Alice themed treasures! I think that I would make a steampunked Alice down the rabbit hole. All of the projects were fab and I really loved the creativity of the Pringles can hack!

  41. Michelle B. says:

    Once again, Laura’s work is AMAZING in every aspect! Yes, oh, yes–
    anything Alice would be on my to do list! Now that the new movie is
    out I think adding a giant clock would be my creative route! Thanks
    for the great inspiration!

  42. Melody says:

    Love the domino books. Definitely something I would try . I think they would make great give away gifts.

  43. Thalia Kottke says:

    Totally love Alice, definitely would make a domino book.

  44. Kimberly Barcello says:

    I haven’t yet made a domino book. Why not start with Alice?!

  45. LeAnn says:

    I would definitely make an Alice in Wonderland domino book.

  46. Traci says:

    Such cute projects today. I love the Alice domino books so I would have to make a few of those. >^..^<

  47. Carolyn Bowlby says:

    I’d love to adventure down the rabbit hole with Alice, and those domino books are darling.

  48. Janet T says:

    I use dominoes all the time to make magnets for gifts and I love Alice so this is just a great giveaway. Thank you for all the great ideas!

  49. Cheryl Lee says:

    Well, maybe not a Domino book, but I was thinking I’d make a little Tea Party scene in an Altoids tin!

  50. Lou Anne says:

    I believe I would make an Alice themed domino book! It looks like fun.

  51. Marcie Aspras says:

    Totally will make an Alice book!! Presently doing Jane Davenport’s Wonderland class of Alice watercolors so I am ready for this!! Yay!!!!

  52. Barbara Milton says:

    I’d definitely make a domino book! Can’t wait!!

  53. Laura callies says:

    I would make an alice book. I can never make too many alice projects, as she is one of my favorite subjects.

  54. ruth says:

    Anfeature… Alice in domino land garden

  55. ruth says:

    An Alice in domino land garden feature…

  56. Birgit says:

    I might try to make an Alice domino book with a Halloween twist. 🙂

  57. Renee Zarate says:

    Oh yes, I would definitely be making an Alice Domino Book! I’d have to share that project with all my social media connections; who doesn’t love Alice? BTW, love those hinges.

  58. Jenny Bumb says:

    Yes would love to make one of the Alice domino books. They are adorable.

  59. Susan says:

    I would love to make the Down the Rabbit Hole domino book, but I really like the little chairs on the Tea Time domino book.

  60. Lorna E says:

    I love Laura’s down the rabbit hole project. I think I’d do an Alice domino book but I also have enough goodies to do a beach theme, vintage, Halloween…

  61. Margaret D says:

    Yes I would make an Alice domino book!

  62. Michelle says:

    I would make an Alice Mad Hatter Tea party Window Box.

  63. Joanne Root says:

    I’d love to make a domino book to add to my extensive collection of miniature and othersized books. I’ve got an Altoids tin waiting for embellishment, too!

  64. Laural says:

    I am making Laura Carson down the rabbit hole and yes I would try my best to make an Alice Domino book…should I win..

  65. Denise Bryant says:

    Awesome projects! I would love to make an Alice themed domino book!

  66. these projects are absolutely amazing!
    I would love to try my hand at making a domino book. haven’t tried anything like it before, but then I just made my first altered bottle, so I’m up for the challenge! 🙂

  67. Lori says:

    Yes, I would make a domino book! Great giveaway as usual. Thank you for the opportunity to win. I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

  68. Marlene Daniels says:

    I would love to make an Alice domino book.

  69. Carol Slowik says:

    Yes, domino book would be made! Cute giveaway!