Eileen Hull’s New Chapter 3 Dies from Sizzix.
I am excited to share three projects I created using Eileen Hull’s New Chapter 3 Sizzix
They are a fun group of dies.
Each piece in the set stands alone but also coordinates with the others
to make a truly versatile and valuable addition to your collection.
Back to School Teacher Gift Box
If you’re looking for to “butter up” the new teacher, this BTS gift box is a fun project to make.
The Back-to-School Teacher Gift Box uses Eileen’s New XL Card Box Die*.
I LOVE this Die* and I can’t wait to share all the ideas I have for this die for the Holidays.
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Puppy Love Skinny Mini Album
Eileen’s Skinny Mini Book Box Die* makes the perfect sized album for pictures
of my pup Dexter.
The die also comes with the side parts to make it into a box. (genius!)
I created accordion pages for the inside of the album by scoring and attaching 6″ x 12″ cardstock.
Skinny Mini Elements Christmas Poinsettia Card
While the Skinny Mini Elements Die* is not a Christmas Die,
it sure makes one cute Christmas card.
It coordinates perfectly with the Skinny Mini Book Box Die*.
This card comes with a little back story.
After I made this card, I sent Eileen a picture of the finished project.
She messaged me back that I was brilliant for making the poinsettias using the cut-outs
from the die. I agreed that “would have” been brilliant, but (darn it) I had used premade
paper poinsettias for the card.
Up for the challenge, I remade the red poinsettia using the cut-outs from the die.
I left the white poinsettias for comparison. (and laziness)
I cut the points off the side and arranged the petals on foam mounting squares.
Voila, a poinsettia!
Check out the Eileen Hull’s Blog below for even more ideas.
Here’s the list of Chapter #3 Blog Hop Stops:
- Sue Eldred (you are here)
- Jennie Atkinson
- Sarah Lizzie
- Lisa Hoel
- Sharon Curtis
- Tonya Trantham
- Elizabeth Robinson
- Madeline Arendt
- Karen Bearse
- Susie Bentz
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. As a member of the Eileen Hull Educator Team, I have been provided product in exchange for my creative ideas. The view and opinions are my own.