Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Everything Gets Better in Time Frame with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team

Everything gets better with time and that includes playing with Eileen Hull's Vault Dies!!!
I just love the Notebook Die!!!
I went through my blog and discovered that I have 8-10 post using the Notebook Die!
Over the next few weeks, I will randomly be doing some throwback Notebook post!

So let's begin with this fun frame created using the Notebook Die!
Begin by cutting one notebook from matboard. 

Emboss a piece of pattern paper using the Lace Embossing Folder.
Add prepared paper to the front and back of cut notebook. 
(Leave bind blank)
Using a palette knife apply tacky paste to bind and some on top of prepared of embossed paper.
Apply Bronze Anther embossing powder to top; heat set. 
(If you don't have tacky paste use Glossy Accent or something similar)

Apply Sizzix Luster Wax Ivory and Charcoal randomly on top of embossed paper. 
Add chipboard to top of notebook along with fussy cut ephemera. 

Add button to chipboard. 
Create a band using elastic ribbon.
(I stapled my ends together)
Add twine bow to top of staple

 Cut a piece of chipboard to measure 2 3/4" x 4 3/4" or a bit smaller. 
(It just needs to fit on the back inside cover. 
.Cut edge top from the Treasure Box; trim edge slightly on the flat edge so the covers will close.
Form box with washi tape
(Use the chipboard as a base to for the box around with the top edge, trim as needed) 
Cut teal paper; embossed. 
Apply luster wax to paper. 
Adhere to inside of book. and outside edges of prepared frame. 

Adhere prepared frame to inside back cover. 
Add jute around edges. 

Inside Notebook

Add a fun photo to inside front cover. 

Adhere pattern paper to back of frame and inside edges of frame. 
Create two folder paper edges to place inside of frame. 
Add fussy cut ephemera to back frame and edges. 

Add Ephemera Sentiments pieces to inside frame with pop dots. 

Enjoy creating fun and unique projects using Eileen's vault dies!
Enjoy Pam

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