Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Everyday Moments Case Box with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team

Hi everyone, it is still April and Eileen Hull's teams are continuing to share projects from the Chapter 2 Release with Sizzix. 
 If you missed any of the projects make sure to check out Eileen's Blog. (Link at the end of post.)
 The Sizzix Chapter 2 collection include three dies. 
The Card CaseMini Slimline & Tickets and Journaling Card, Envelope & Windows.

Cut Card Case using Crescent Burlap Cardboard, twice. 
Adhere together at bind. 

Add lace to bind. 
Double button die cuts out; add brads. 

Adhere buttons to bind. 

Add layers to front of cover using chipboard flourish, lace, and ephemera. 
Add stickers to front of cover. 

Add quilted flower to front of cover along with prepared button and twine bow. 

Add metal charm and clasp to Card Case. 

Adhere inside of Card Case with pattern paper. 
Adhere pattern paper to mat board; cut Card Case holders. 
Add to front and back inside covers. 

Create extra pocket using the slimline mini die and pattern paper with pop dots. 

Create and decorate Library Pockets with ATCs to place in prepared front holder. 

Die cut tags and decorate for Slimline Mini Ticket pocket. 
Add button cuts from the Card Case to top of each tag. 

Create and decorate small booklets using Library Pocket ATC cut on the fold to add to back Card Case holder. 

Enjoy creating Card Case many possibilities. 

Chipboard Flourish
Crescent Burlap Cardboard
Handmade Quilt Flower by "ME" (contact me if you would like to purchase)
Metal Latch, Brads, Charms
Twine, Ribbon, Lace

Make sure to stop by Eileen Hull's Blog to check out all the excited from the team... I know you will truly be inspired! 
There will be giveaways on Facebook Live and/or YouTube!!! 
Make sure to join in on the fun!
Enjoy Pam

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  1. Your project is so inspiring & beautiful. Love what you made. Also you mentioned using burlap cardboard? Where do you find that?

    1. I found a piece of Crescent Cardboard in my stash. I know it is from Crescent Cardboard, they have a site online. I looked on Amazon and they sell product there. You could also get burlap, linen, twill or other fabric and attach it to matboard using fabric glue or iron-on interfacing or something similar. Make sure it is completely dry before cutting. I hope this helps. Thank you for asking and stopping by.