Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Fairy Dust Trinket Frame with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team

 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.

Happy New Years!!!! 
Are you excited for 2018!!!
I AM...
SO...
Let's begin the year with spreading a bit of Fairy Dust around using Eileen Hull's 


Form box; adhere Graphic 45 Fairy Dust papers to the inside and outside of box. 
Add Fairy Dust Epherema Journal Cards to inside. 


Adhere pattern paper to front of XL Book; Pages, Trinket Box & Frame along with "Friend" sentiment from the Floral Arch & Words Framelits Die.
Die cut flowers Book Mark, Tag & Pocket Framelits Die ; form flowers with brads. Add to front of prepared box. 


Add small knob and ribbon to top of box. 


Die cut  Book Mark, Tag & Pocket Framelits Die ; adhere to front of box. 
Place tag inside of pocket to finish box. 


Add prepared Fairy Dust Trinket Box to top of wooden spool. 
Adhere a few more flowers and leaves to spool. 


I hope you are inspired to check out all of Eileen's Book Club Dies on the Sizzix Site! 
You will fall in love with how interactive they are with all dies! 
Make sure to stop by Eileen Blog to see the fabulous Inspirational Teams projects for the week!
Hugs Pam 

Supplies:
Graphic 45 Fairy Dust Collection
MayArts Ribbon
Wood Spool
Clear Door Knob
Antique Brads

Journal Treasury




Eileen Hull's Die Cutting Magic EBook



GIFTS TO DIE FOR with Eileen Hull and friends


Gifts to Die For

5 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness Pam!!! The details amaze me. Love your work my friend. Happy 2018!!!

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  2. Gorgeous Pam, love the idea and the stand. Beautiful papers and design. Tracy x

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  3. Pam, this is stunning! I just want to reach out and touch this wonderful creation and I love how you incorporated so many dies into one project - genius!! Anne xx

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  4. Pam this is a beautiful combination of papers and die cuts! You are magical!

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  5. Beautiful job Pam with both the dies and Fairy Dust!

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