Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Wherever Life Plants You "Grow" with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Storage ideas, don't you?
Today I am sharing how to take the top part of the Storage Dies that Eileen Hul has to create smaller storage units like the above using the lid to the Treasure Box. 
It is one of Eileen Hull Designs Vaulted Dies. 

Cut two Treasure Box lids: form lids to create box.  

Cover with pattern paper.
Cut smaller pieces to create a lip. 
Cut Notebook cover down to measure 2 3/4 x 4 3/4; adhere paper to top. 
Adhere to top of prepared box. 

Add lace and buttons to top of prepared box. 

Add 1/2 wooden ball to bottom of box. 
Adhere jute around edges of prepared box. 

Emboss small matchbox using Lace Embossing Folder. 

Add fun items to inside and a punched flower to top. 

Place in bottom of prepared box. 

Adhere pattern paper to small notebook. 
Decorate with lace, jute, fussy cut items and splatters of white paint. 

Place in bottom of prepared box. 

Die cut notebook.
 Cut apart at bind. 
Cut covers to measure 3" x 4 1/2" or the size of the memo pads. 
(My prepared memo book flips at the top)
Adhere pattern paper to covers. 
Lay stencil on top of pattern paper; apply tacky paste and embossing powder. 
Heat set with embossing gun. 
Cut bind down to 3" and add prepared covers to it. 
Add memo pads to inside. 
Decorate with jute, piece of the chipboard frame, lace, and fussy cut images. 
Spatter with white paint. 

Place in bottom of prepared box. 

Lay stencil on top of pattern paper; apply tacky paste and Bronze Anther Embossing Powder. 
Heat set with embossing gun. 
Finish decorating top with part of the chipboard frame, fussy cut ephemera, lace, jute. 
Spatter with white paint. 

Have fun making unique storage boxes using Eileen's Treasure Box Die. 
Enjoy Pam

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts D32C Frame
Small Notebook
Tim Holtz Small Match Box
4 - 1/2" Round Wood Balls
2 Buttons
Diamond Press Tacky Paste
White paint

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