Happy November to all of our Eileen Hull Fans!!!
All month long Eileen's Inspiration Team will be sharing our Fall/Winter theme projects!
They will be full of inspiration but more importantly you will see wonderful and amazing ways to create with Eileen's dies from Sizzix.
I am already in the process of creating a few gift ideas.
NEVER TO EARLY TO START...
what better way but to give a few card sets to my busy friends and family using Eileen's Candy Box, Planner and Storage Die along with a few of her other dies to create cards.
Begin by adhering some beautiful pattern paper and card stock to you 4" x 5 1/2" card bases.
Ink the inside of the Honeycomb Embossing Folder using ColorBox Blends.
Lay white card stock carefully inside folder; run through embossing machine.
Adhere prepared embossed paper to card stock.
Adhere to front of card.
Die cut Bookplate, Hinges & Label Die for each card base.
Die cut "friend" from the Floral Arch and Words
Adhere to bottom of Bookplate, Hinges & Label Die.
Die cut label from the Bookplate, Hinges & Label Die;adhere to front of tag.
Die cut leaves from Journaling Cards, Flowers, and Leaves Die,
Add to top of tag.
Add twine bow.
Repeat to create 3 cards to place in the Candy Box, Planner and Storage Die.
Cover and decorate Candy Box, Planner and Storage Die with pattern paper, die cut doily, jute; stickers, etc.
Add twine bow to the end of the Candy Box, Planner and Storage Die.
I hope you are inspired to create a few fun and fabulous gift ideas this Fall/Winter season using Eileen Hulls dies. Hugs Pam
662357 Eileen Hull/Sizzix Floral Arch and Words
662356 Eileen Hull/Sizzix Bookplate, Hinges & Label Die
662811 Eileen Hull/Sizzix Journaling Cards, Flowers, and Leaves Die
662361 Eileen Hull/Sizzix Candy Box, Planner and Storage Die
661447 Eileen Hull/Sizzix Honeycomb Embossing Folder
Colorbox/Eileen Hull Colorbox Blends: Stop, Nutmeg, Golden
Authentique Bountiful Pattern Paper Collection
White Card Stock
Square Metal Brads
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Pam what a nice treat for a friend- handmade cards and holder!ReplyDelete