Hello everyone!! Our July Art With Heart challenge has been up and running and you won’t want to miss out on this one! The design team is focusing on Eileen’s Make It 3-D die (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/product/659875/sizzix-scoreboards-xl-die-box-make-it-3-d). This die easily adds a whole new dimension (literally!) to all your regular flat dies. The possibilities are endless!
i chose to make two 3D projects as i didn’t know enough to stop..
it was such a fun project to play with. i started first by cutting out one 3D for the base and 4 luggage tags (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/product/660330/sizzix-scoreboards-die-tags-luggage) for the sides
i coloured each tag using the newest distress inks
and check out the inside once it is all assembled..take a close boo at the bottom! that is the 3D die and my inspiration for the entire piece!
and one of my all time favourite things about the luggage tag…it fits an instax photo perfectly!!!
i started off by cutting out two old jalopy’s (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/product/657185/sizzix-bigz-die-old-jalopy) from grungeboard and four make it 3d’s (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/product/659875/sizzix-scoreboards-xl-die-box-make-it-3-d); two out of mat board and two out of gungepaper.
i then coloured my jalopy using black soot distress paint for the truck
and weathered wood for the trim.
but well not quite. i wanted it to be an antique looking vehicle so i added what else but rock candy distress crackle paste to the entire thing
and lookie, lookie… an eyeglass holder was created!!
they can be used for anything you can imagine, pens, pencils and yes even eyeglasses
i hope you have enjoyed my tutorials (sorry it was so long!!) and i really hope you have taken the time to play along with this challenge in order to win your very own 3D die!!!
I’m so happy to be apart of Eileen Hull Inspiration Design Team and help promote Eileen Hull’s wonderful products that are manufactured with Sizzix. Eileen and Sizzix so generously supply us with so many fabulous Dies and Embossing Folders to work with like those that I’m using today