Monday, January 31, 2022

Seek the Good Mixed Media Phone Stand with Tutorial - Eileen Hull Designs and Gel Press




Eileen Hull/Sizzix Chapter 1 Release
are you excited!!!
The dies in this collection are versatile, practical and fun to embellish.
The Phone Stand, an XL Score Boards die, is a MUST- you need one for every room!
Make for yourself, family, friends, for gifts or to sell- the die cuts the stand in one pass and is very easy to assemble.
The Book Box can be used to make a book or a box that holds A-2 greeting cards.
What a great way to package handmade cards ... or a quick and easy book!
The Vintage Buttons folder creates vintage backgrounds for cards, journals, pages and tags.
The Snail Mail Thinlits die cuts a postal panel that coordinates with two of Eileen's Snail Mail Maker Forte stamps.
This die was designed to use on the front of an A-2 card!
The dies may be found in local scrapbook stores and Eileen's Etsy store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EileenHull


Happy February!!!
What a fun way to start the month!!!
Eillen Hull/Sizzix Chapter 1 products are being released! 
Last month I shared a sneak peek of the phone stand I created and today here is the tutorial!!!
 Check out how easy it is to create a phone stand/calendar organizer! 
 

Photo 1: Lay Gel Press 12 x 14 Monoprinting Plate on your workstation. Apply Crimson Stencil Butter using Gel Press Economy Brayer 6".
Photo 2: Die cut Heart Mandala Die #665587 from white card stock. Lay on prepared Gel Press.
Photo 4: Carefully remove mandala pieces. *Save for a future project. 


Photo 5: Spray with Distress Mica Spray. 
Photo 6: Carefully lay a piece of matboard on Gel Press .
Photo 7: Using leftover stencil butter that is on Gel Press go over top of matboard. 
Photo 8: Carefully remove prepared matboard; dry.  Form stand. 


Print calendar pieces; fussy cut around each piece 


Stamp flower from Wonderful World Stamp using Titan Buff paint to top of prepared phone stand. 
Stamp sentiment from Snail Mail Stamp using black ink and paper; add to top of phone stand. 
Stamp honeycomb image with black ink to phone stand. 
Add metal corner piece to top left corner of phone stand. 
Add metal clip to center of phone stand. 


Add prepared sentiment to front of phone stand along with metal butterfly. 



Die cut two front pieces of phone stand to create pen container. 
*Pen container is open on inside. 


Stack calendar pieces together and clip to top of phone stand. 


Add a few more metal pieces to phone stand. 


I hope you are inspired and are ready to create some fabulous projects using Eileen Hull Designs fabulous products!
ALSO...
WON'T YOU COME JOIN US!!!
Lots of eye candy, fabulous tutorial, etc.
Best of all you don't want to miss Eileen's Live Shows!
Always so much fun!

I know you will truly be inspired! 
Enjoy Pam


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Supplies:
Deco Art Titan Buff Paint
Ranger Distress Mica Spray
Metals
Pen
Printed Calendar Pieces
Black Ink
Adhesive


22 comments:

  1. This is so cool- love the hardware that you decorated the Phone Stand with <3 The beautiful Book Box you sent met with an unfortunate disaster. There is a mouse in the basement and he found the chocolate :-( It's still pretty- now decorated with tiny bite marks...

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    1. Eileen, thanks for stopping by. That is to funny, I guess the mouse needed a sweet treat too!

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  2. I love your multifunctional phone stand… so glad you shared … Jane Robson xxx

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  3. The Gel plate print looks awesome on your phone stand Pam - and I love the way you used one of the pieces on the side to hold the pen! xx

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    1. Thanks Julia, the phone stand is so fun to work with! I need to make a few to place around my house, lol.

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  4. Fabulous, Pam! ������

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  5. I love your gel plate background and the pen holder.

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  6. Great phone stand, love that you added a pen holder!

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    1. Thanks Maggi, you know I spend so much time looking for a pen. LOL

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  7. Love seeing your phone stand and book/box on Chapter 1 release!

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  8. Loved all your projects Pam, this is so clever!

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  9. I like the addition of the metal pieces---they really dress up the whole project. My favorite new item is the phone stand die

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    1. I forgot to say that I would like to use the metal pieces on an album.

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  10. What a great idea and so useful,

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  11. Thanks for the video. The effect is beautiful as is the Phone stand.

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  12. Wow--love how you created this.

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  13. What a great use of the gel press! Can’t wait to get the die

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