Studious Tiny Book and Box with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team

Have you heard the news!!!
Eileen Hull’s latest release is a Tiny Book and Tiny Box with Sizzix!
Yep!!!
Chapter 2 Dies are HERE!!!

I created a Studious Tiny Book using Authentique Studious Collection! 
Cover the covers on the outside and inside. 
(I used my Xyron Creative Station Lite with Permanent Adhesive.)
Fold a 3″ x 10″ piece of pattern paper at the 2 1/2″, 5″ and 7 1/2″ marks on scoreboard to create folds.
Add mats to each page. 

Adhere scallop boards to back of pages. 

Punch holes in pages and bind of book. 
Tie created page inside of Studious Tiny Book with elastic. 

Fold pages toward center prior to closing book. 

Adhere adhesive to front and back of matboard. 
Add paper to over matboard. 
Die Cut Sizzix Tiny Box out. 
Decorate front of Tiny Box with Studious Elements from Collection.
Add leather hanger and handle to prepared Studious Tiny Box. 

Add prepared Studious Tiny Book inside. 

Make sure to check out all of Eileen’s products on the Sizzix site or in her Etsy Store.

ALSO….

Stop by Eileen Blog to check out the EH Inspiration Team fabulous and inspiring projects HERE!!!!

OR…

Join us on over Eileen Hull’s Fan Group HERE  to see more fabulous projects from her amazing and talented fan base!!! Join in on the fun and prizes!!!

Hugs Pam 


Supplies:
Sizzix/Eileen Hull Tiny Book Die
Sizzix/Eileen Hull Box Die
Sizzix Mat Board
Authentique Studious Collection
Small Leather Strap
Metal Handle
Xyron Creative Station with Permanent Adhesive
Pop Dots

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Eileen Hull’s Inspiration Team Tiny Book and Box Release Blog Hop with Giveaway!

Have you heard the news!!!
Eileen Hull’s latest release is a Tiny Book and Tiny Box with Sizzix!
Yep!!!
Chapter 2 Dies are HERE!!!
Eileen Hull Inspiration Team is sharing in the excitement what an
Eileen Hulls Release Party Blog Hop!

Here is a sneak peeks so you are able to join in the excitement.
So if head over to Karen Bearse Designs  Blog and see her sneak peak!
If you get lost … Stop in at Eileen Hull’s Blog to get the complete list of her Inspiration Team. 

I will have a full blog post on April 7th!
All throughout April, the Inspiration Team will be sharing tutorials and videos! Now, please hop down the list to see what the team has been working on. If you leave a comment on each of the designer’s posts, you will be entered to win a Tiny Book die!
The Tiny Book measures 2 1/4” x 3” and is just the right size for wallet size photos, stamps, quotes, tags or tiny cards.
The Tiny Book Case is designed to hold the book, a gift card, earrings, or small treats.

If you haven’t gotten your hands on a Tiny Book and Tiny Book Case yet, you can find them at your local retailer or in Eileen’s Etsy store.

Enjoy Pam

Studious Back To School Desk Organizer with Authentique


(Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Authentique Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.)

Hi Authentique Fans!!! Are you anticipating that first day of school? I thought it would be a wonderful idea to welcome your teacher with a fun Studious Desk Organizer. It is really super easy to create. All you need is a 5″ x 7″ photo frame, some chipboard, adhesive and random embellishments to decorate with. The note book that fits is placed inside the organizer box is 4 1/2″ wide x 7 1/2″ long. The inside pages are made from copy paper and are just a tad smaller then the book cover. Tie page inserts inside decorated book cover with ribbon. They are easy to replace as teacher needs new inserts.

To begin your Studious Desk Organizer cut one piece of chipboard to measure 2″ tall and 7 3/4″ long, one piece of chipboard to measure 1 1/2″ tall  x 7 3/4″ long and two sides that measure 2″ square along with an unfinished 5″ x 7″ wood frame.

Paint frame with black paint.

Adhere Studious Authentique patter paper to the outside of prepared frame.

Add Studious pattern paper, Epherema Card, doily and a fussy cut image to inside of frame. Create organizer box with chipboard. *HINT: I used scored pattern paper or washi tape to hold on the parts together, making sure that everything is square and secure to the sides and back. 

Add  the sentiment from the top of the paper to top of frame along with metal claw legs to box.

Adhere a decorated doily to back of frame along with a fussy cut bird, bow and a small metal globe.

Add fussy cut airplane to top of frame with pop dots.

Adhere fussy cut Epherema card to front of prepared organizer box along with a scallop border.

Add a metal arrow and flowers to organizer box.

Create a small 4 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ note book to fit inside of organizer box. Decorate with matted Epherema Cards, small school type metals, and twine.

Create pages from copy paper. Add to inside of book with ribbon.

I hope you are inspired to create a few easy school organizer for your favorite teacher or maybe use a different  Authentique collection to create a few gifts as we are coming up on the holidays. Pam

Supplies:
Authentique Studious Collection
5″ x 7″ Photo Frame
Chipboard
Random Metal Legs, Metal School Embellishments
Adhesive
Twine an Ribbon
Copy Paper
Chipboard

Authentique Design Team

                                                                      Pam


(Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Authentique Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.)