Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Embrace It All Envelope Storage with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team

Happy June!!!
Let's get our die cutting on this month with Eileen Hull Designs Inspiration Team! 
I created a simple storage case to hold Envelope Cards in for storing your extra die cuts and ephemera pieces in along with other items like ribbon, doilies, etc. 

Begin by cutting two 5 1/8 (L) x 1 1/4 (W) x 2 1/4 (H) from chipboard. 
Put together with washi tape. 
Hint: Start by putting the bottom and sides together using washi tape, stand up the sides and then add washi tape to outside of box with washi tape and reinforce with washi tap on the inside. 

Cut eight 1" x 2 1/4 pieces of pattern paper, score at 1/2" mark. 
Adhere 4 to the inside corner of box and 4 to the outside box corners of box to give extra support to the box and to cover the washi tape. 

Cut Bookbinding from pattern paper twice, score and adhere to 5 1/8 x 2 1/4. 
Cut off extra from the base. 
Adhere to bottom of prepared box. 

Decorate with border scallops and strips to box. 
Add handles.

Glue natural twine around edges of box. 

Add metal legs. 

Cut 8 envelopes from pattern paper
*HINT: Make sure to add the window and cut it out when cutting the windows. 
Cut and add acetate to fit inside windows before making them. 

Fill each envelope with doilies, ephemera...

die cut tickets, journaling cards...

die cut flowers, leaves, tags....

business cards, ribbon, twine or other items. 

Finish by placing the envelopes in storage box and decorate the front of prepared box.
Enjoy Pam

Simple Stories Wildflower Collection and Ephemera
Brass Legs, Handle and Brads
Natural Twine
Adhesive and Pop Dots
Washi Tape

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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