Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Eileen Hull's Inspiration Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.
Hi everyone! Eileen's Inspiration Team is so excited to announce that the next eBook will be hitting the internet highway soon and will be available through Bella Crafts Publishing!!!
It is all about "Gifts To Die For"!!! Isn't that a fabulous title!
Today I am sharing with you a tutorial on how to create a fun and super easy "Winter Mixed Media Memo Holder" using Eileen Hull's Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer Die.
Begin by painting the inside of the Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer; allowing paint to dry between coats.
Stamp background image to inside of Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer with black paint; dry.
Turn the Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer over; paint with black paint. Dry
Repeat with Weathered Wood and Crackle Paste; drying between applications.
Do a wash of the paints; drying between coats.
Stamp background image to Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer with black paint; dry.
Place stencil on prepared Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer apply Crackle Paste with palette knife; dry.
Adhere chipboard to front of prepared Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer with pop dots.
Add metal handle to Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer .
Glue flowers, leaves, twine bow and pinecones to front of Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer .
Cover a 4" x 6" Bloc-Notes Pad with pattern paper.
Adhere Epherema Card to front.
Fussy cut like Epherema Card image; add piece to front of memo pad.
Add a few more flowers, leaf, pinecones to top of memo pad.
Graphic 45 Seasons Collection
SinCity Grunge Stamp Set
Tim Holtz Speckles Stencil
Deco Art Media Paint; Yellow Oxide, Cobalt Teal Hue, Pyrrole Red, Carbon Black
Americana Weathered Wood
4" x 6" Bloc-Note Memo Pad
Miniature Flowers, Pinecones, Leaves
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Make sure to check out the latest eBook from Bella Crafts Publishing along with Eileen's other two books.
That crackle is so gorgeous! Love this ones lots, too Pam!ReplyDelete
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