if you follow me on instagram you will have seen that I decided to tackle the 100 day project and do journal pages….. probably wasn’t the smartest decision I made to add that challenge in the final stages of marathon training (more coming on that in a few days!)
but I wanted to take a quick minute and share with you that I have managed to get a few of those pages completed… and I will get back to finishing up the rest of my book before too long.. *I hope*
here are the first months worth
I told you it would be a quick post.. but lots of pretty pictures to look at!!
hope you have been creating and I hope to get back to the regularly scheduled programing of a page a day soon!
i am here to share with you a project created with a combination of Eileen Hull (http://www NULL.eileenhull NULL.com/) new release the Heartfelt collection and Kunin Felt (http://kuningroup NULL.com/). Kunin Felt is made in the USA of 100% Polyester Fibre, made from recycled post-consumer plastic bottles and it is of the highest quality and cuts like a dream when combined with Eileen’s Dies.
I opted to created using Eileen Hull’s Sizzix Thinlits Die House pocket stitchlit (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/661902/sizzix-thinlits-die-set-9pk-house-pocket-stitchlits) along with the Sizzix Thinlit Stitchy Flower and Leaf set (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/661902/sizzix-thinlits-die-set-9pk-house-pocket-stitchlits)and that along with the Kunin felt made this a quick and easy project that can be whipped up in no time.
I started by cutting out three houses and various flowers and leaves using different colours of felt. I absolutely love all the colours that I have of felt so the biggest decision was which ones to use!!
after stitching the edges of the houses, which now became banner bits, I started to randomly stitch on some of the flowers using buttons
along with the adding of flowers and buttons, I added this butterfly along with the heart in the centre one
and the stitchlits with the words make stitching for someone who doesn’t stitch very easy!!
I finished up the whole project by adding bits of beads and here you have this weeks project!
one of my favorite things to do is challenge myself in creating something out of my element and that is exactly what I did…okay, well maybe it isn’t one of my favourite things to do but it sure is challenging in an exciting way!
I hope you have taken the time this month to stop on over to Eileen’s page and visited all the links from the rest of the inspiration team….I tell you there has been lots and lots of that!!
today i am sharing with you my first journal i created using one of Eileen Hull’s newest releases, journal (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/661906/sizzix-scoreboards-xl-die-journal)
now this is a game changer for sure. there are simply so many possibilities for this one single die. i can see one for travel, one for birthday’s, one for an exercise journal, one for quote collections, etc
i created it by painting the outside of the covers using a variety of metallic and acrylic paints and added a few stamps and that is how quick and simply fast it was.
then it was time to decorate the inside. for that i cut out pieces of paper, which i folded to make two pages. at the start of each month
here is a quick video of a flip through for you:
and here are some still shots
i hope you have stopped by Eileen’s blog (http://www NULL.eileenhull NULL.com)and checked out the links to the other inspiration team’s projects!! there are some mighty fine ones there each week for you to take a boo at!
Today I am sharing some of my favourite projects i have created using Eileen Hull’s Dies as Sizzix USA (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Eileen+Hull) is having a huge sale of Eileen’s dies and Eileen’s Inspiration team are sharing some inspiration. Some of our projects are being shared over on the Sizzix blog today too, you can find them HERE (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/blog/these-makes-are-the-perfect-projects-for-this-weekend/).
so here are my top three projects.
one of my all time favourite Eileen Dies, the box, square xl (658058) (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/658058/sizzix-scoreboards-xl-die-box-square). this one die has so many possibilities…. i have made these out of so many different materials but this one is probably one of my favourite ones….
i absolutely love the teacup die (656549) (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/656549/sizzix-scoreboards-xl-die-tea-cup-3-d) and the 3d die (659875) (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/659875/sizzix-scoreboards-xl-die-box-make-it-3-d) together…. it is one i use to do give-a-ways with little treats. i also have this set hanging in my studio to remind me to stop/pause/play/fastfoward
my absolute favourite would have to be this set. it is a project i created during a time that i needed a little pick me up and all these flowers; the rolled flower thinlit (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/661107/sizzix-thinlits-die-set-3pk-flower-rolled)(661107), the heart and soul flower (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/661108/sizzix-bigz-die-flower-heart-soul)(661108) and the pansy flower (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/661109/sizzix-bigz-die-flower-pansy)(661109) all placed into the flower pocket die (661112) (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/661112/sizzix-scoreboards-xl-die-flower-pocket)
i hope you have enjoyed going down memory lane with me… a few of my fellow inspiration team members have posted their favourites too so stop by and check them out…..
i am here quickly just to share with you a cute little basket i created using one of Eileen’s newest release, the basket.
first thing i did was cover some mat board with pattern paper and then die cut it out. i then put it together using some score tape.
i had a few pieces cut out of felt so i thought i would layer them onto the side of the basket.
do you recognize the felt bits.. they are left overs from the house die and the journal die!! i don’t like to waste anything!
i wasn’t sure what i wanted to put into this basket. one could put so many different things in it such as candy or stones or gems or.. see what i mean. for mine i decide to put a suggestion in the bottom and when passed onto the recipient they could possibly make this a positive collection point.
so here is my finished project and although I chose to put a quote call in the bottom of mine can you not image it filled with little candies, buttons, elastics, barrettes, .. oh the possibilities are endless!
told you it was a quick post. don’t forget to check out Eileen’s page to see the links to the other design team projects from this months collection/release!!
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