Hi everyone! I wanted to share a project I created using Eileen Hull’s newest Tiny Book Case Diecut with a fun added “twist”!
After applying an Adhesive Sheets to both sided of a piece of Chipboard I added patterned cardstock to each side, placed the diecut on top and run through the Diecut Machine. As in the photo below you can see where I cut an extra set of “flaps”.
I adhered the “extra set” of flaps to the front of the case.
I also glued the bottom halves and the lid together.
I cut strips of patterned cardstock the same size as the outside and inside of the case and adhered to give it a cleaner look.
I cut cording and tied to the closure and added a button, sequin and gem to the center of the closure.
I added an assortment of flowers and leaves, handmade and store bought, to the top of the lid along with lace, cheese cloth, thread bows and pearl sprays.
There you have it! I absolutely LOVE this bookcase diecut and how versatile this diecut is!
For more inspiration stop by Eileen’s blog to see the latest projects from the rest of team! You can find the latest blog post HERE. As always if you have any questions about this project please let me know.
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Hi everyone! I am back with a very quick and easy project that I created for Valentine’s Day!
I purchase these cups of Oui yogurt and the cups are made of glass. I love the shape and thought wouldn’t these make great gifts if I could dress them up in some way?
Well, I started by peeling the labels off, giving the jar a good washing and rubbing Goof Off to get the sticky residue off the glass.
I cut several flowers and leaves from the Stitchy Flowers and Leaf Diecuts on White Cardstock.
I spritzed the following glimmer and simply sheer mists onto a glass plate: Gold, Moss (retired), Soft Peach, Rosy and Classy Green.
I added a little water to the mists and watercolored the flowers and leaves and let dry.
I cut strips of white and soft blue cheese cloth…Hobby Lobby now has cheese cloth in different colors…and tied around the lip of the jar. I added a bit of adhesive to hold the cheese cloth in place. I cut a two inch strip of lace and bunched up an assortment of different colored thread and adhered to where I tied off the cheese cloth.
I used a stylus and shaped the flower pedals and leaf and adhered together.
I used pliers to snip off the shank off the back of a button so it would lay flat when I glued it to the center of the flower.
I adhered the flower to the jar and waaaa laaaaa finished!!! Now all I have to do is add candy!
Which I did! 😊 Once the candy is eaten a battery operated candle can be added to the jar for a nice decorative touch.
As always if you have any questions about this project please let me know.
Also I would like submit this for the following challenge:
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Hi everyone! Do you have unfinished projects lying around? Raise your hand if you do. ✋Well, this is an unfinished matchbox that I cut out and put together the box part of it about six years ago but never finished. I ran across it while straightening my craft room and had a brilliant idea on how to finish it off.
A lot of times I hit the proverbial wall and instead of forcing creativity I put my projects aside and “sleep on it” for a while.
This matchbox diecut I had purchased from Stampin’ Up several years ago. I decided to go with a beach floral theme for the outside of the matchbox. I added an assortment of flowers, cheese cloth that I inked up, mini seashells and cording.
Of course the inside had to have an assortment of beach inspired goodies too.
I found this vintage image of this boy dressed in a sailor outfit on The Graphic Fairy and knew I wanted to somehow create a mini journal for the matchbox.
I stapled five pieces of notebook paper to the inside of the mini journal.
Now for the fun part! Adding goodies! I raided my stash and added colored items that could be used for the beach/ocean and a mini set of rubber stamps with its own stamping block.
Would you like to win this little matchbox with all the goodies you see here? Well, I will tell you how can win this!!!
First, follow this blog and comment below that you are a new follower or hey I am already following you and that will get you one entry.
Bonus enter if you follow me on Instagram…so that is two entries…and you can find me as Mscraftyt.
Now the not so fun stuff this is only for US…sorry 😔 unless you want to pay for the extra postage, custom fees, etc.
This giveaway is open until the 19th of July and I will announce the winner the 21th of July. If you have any questions about this project or the giveaway please let me know.
I would also like to submit this project for consideration for the following challenges:
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Hi everyone! I have returned from vacation at Folly Beach and while I was there I received an email that a card I submitted to Canvas Corp was selected to be featured on their blog. I was and still am super excited! For more photos and info on this card please check Canvas Corp’s blog!
If you have any questions about this project please let me know. Thanks for stopping by, hope your Monday is awesome and enjoy creating!