Wow...June already and time to start thinking about your Fourth of July plans, well first I guess we need to do Fathers Day (smile) but if you are planning a get together for the Fourth of July I want to share with you a fun invitation box that you can send out to your guest using the XL Scoreboard from Eleen Hull/Sizzix.
I made my in the XL Scoreboard
but remember they come in two smaller sizes. I cut the USA from a die set that I have and the Place in time Paper from Graphic 45. I love to use Graphic 45 papers because of all the quick and fun embellishments that they have to go along with their papers.
Of course I also love metals, wood, ribbon, etc so I just love using the metal clock and wood pieces on the sides of my Artist Block.
I made my little flag using small strips of paper and just gluing them just under the metal hanger that I had, adding the small wood stars and people to finish the side of my box off.
I filled the box with tissue paper that I cut up using my Martha Stewart multi blade scissors. Taking one of the post cards from the Place in Time Journal Papers I wrote my invitation and glued onto and insert I made for my box. I added a tag to a stick and placed it into the box so it would peek out to one side.
Eileen Hull/Sizzix XL Scoreboard Die
Here is a closer look at the front of my Artist Block, I hope you enjoyed my Fourth of July Invitation Artist Block today and think about how you can use the Scoreboard Die from Eileen Hull/Sizzix
to make some easy and fun invitations. Don't forget to stop by The Artists on the Block Blog
to see other inspiring projects. Also be sure and stop by the Art with Heart Challenge
for more Inspiration! Link up one of your creations for a chance to win a Sizzix prize pack!Hugs Pammejo
Graphic 45 APlace in Time Collection
Random Metal and embellishments
Love this Pam! I love all the layers and that you stuffed it! I get so excited seeing these blocks!!!!ReplyDelete
OMYGOSH!!! This is AMAZING!! I loveeeeeeeeee it!!!!ReplyDelete
gorgeous work, project is made with loveReplyDelete
Pam this is a great idea, thank you for sharing ^.^ReplyDelete