Hey everyone! Today we have a massive round up of unique Heartfelt Sizzix tutorials to share. All month long the Inspiration Team has been sharing their creative ways to use my Heartfelt Sizzix Collection along with old favorites from collections of the past. Grab a seat as the IT takes you on a creative Sizzix adventure!
Unique Heartfelt Sizzix Tutorials
The ever clever Jonathan Fong always finds a unique way to use Sizzix dies and other supplies. His latest creation uses album covers along with the House Pocket die to make a perfect plant holder!
The succulent sounds of vinyl may be a thing of the past but you can still use those fab album covers to hold your succulents! Take a spin over to Jonathan’s blog where he goes on record with a detailed tutorial.
Calling all Star Wars fans…Karen Bearse has the perfect project to bring out your inner Jedi Master. Using the House Pocket die and a Star Wars Paper Pad Karen has created the ultimate Sizzix Star Wars project. Use this technique for a cool card or add to your fan journal the possibilities are as vast as the universe.
Head to another dimension at Karen’s Blog. Try this tutorial you must!
Jenny Marples shares a wearable art tutorial with these fab Stitchy Flower earrings! Jenny used Sizzix Paper Leather and Dina Wakley Media paints to create this stylish set.
Find out how you too can wear your art with Jenny’s Full Tutorial.
Anne Redfern uses the Make it 3D die and House Pocket die to LITERALLY Make it 3D! Anne’s adorable Log Cabin project is cute, clever and everything in between. Do those pretty posies in the flower boxes look familiar? They should, they are Stitchy Flowers and Leaves die cuts made miniature with shrink plastic!
You’ll definitely want to visit Anne’s Blog for more details on her darling Log Cabin creation plus a bonus House Pocket project.
But wait, there’s MORE! Anne shares two more Unique Heartfelt Sizzix Tutorials using the Journal die. Check out this Post where she shows you how to create a Halloween themed Shadow Box Journal and a wee Bookcase!
Grab a broom and fly on over to Anne’s Blog to learn more about these amazing creations.
Tonya Trantham also utilized the Make it 3D die to create a 3 dimensional House filled with whimsy a paper crafting expertise! Stitchy Flowers, paper trims and detailed inking with my Colorbox Blends give Tonya’s paper house serious “curb appeal”.
Plan a visit to Tonya’s blog for a full tutorial on her Whimsical 3D Paper House.
Diana Hetherington shares a unique way to use the House Pocket Die to create Pennant Flags and Banners! Just add fabric a few simple stitches and ink, stamp or what have you and you’ve got yourself a fun flag/banner to fly!
Head to Diana’s Blog for more detailed photos and a video tutorial!
Michelle Zerull shares a sweet and sparkly House Pocket Curio project. What a cute way to display tiny trinkets and treasures! Michelle shares all the steps she took to create her curio and it’s easier than you think!
Check out Michelle’s Blog for a quick lesson on how to create your own House Pocket Curio!
Pam Bray shares an adorable House Pocket Note Holder. Techniques abound in this pretty and practical project. Texture was added with Crackle paste from Deco Art Media and stenciled over lovely patterned paper. Pam used my Make it 3-D die to turn the House Pocket into this oh so cute note holder. Stitchy Flowers and Leaves along with other trims adorn the front.
Visit Pam’s Blog for a full tutorial on how to create your own House Pocket Note Holder.
Lisa Hoel ends our month of Unique Heartfelt Sizzix Tutorials with a total eclipse of the ART with this sensational tribute to the Great American Eclipse! What an adorable way to commemorate this much anticipated event. An oh soo clever and too cute to boot use for the House Pocket Die.
Check out Lisa’s Tutorial on how to create a moving mechanism to “Eclipse” your next creative venture!
Hope you’ve enjoyed all the unique Heartfelt Sizzix tutorials shared this month. If you missed any of the previous projects you can check them out by following the links below.
You can find my Heartfelt Sizzix Collection and other Eileen Hull Dies HERE.
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