Hey Everyone! This month we’ve been sharing sneak peeks of Eileen Hull’s New Book Club Sizzix Collection. The new collection works with other favorite dies from past Eileen Hull Collections like the Passport Book, Journal die and more! The Inspiration Team has been hard at work creating samples using the Book Club collection so you can get inspired to work with the new dies once they are released in November. Let’s have a look at what the team has in store for you this week.
Eileen Hull’s New Book Club Sizzix Collection
Jenny Marples has not one but THREE gorgeous Book Club creations to share! Each is extremely clever and I’m sharing her Photo Storage Box which she’s used to create a free standing easel card!
Run to Jenny’s blog for a look at this lovely make and two bonus projects you won’t want to miss!
Anne Redfern also has three sensational makes to share with you today. All are equally divine but of chosen to share her Trinket Box Tissue holder because it’s just so clever and cute!
Head over to Anne’s Blog for more details on this and two other outstanding creations.
Anna-Karin Evaldsson has a gorgeous Card Box Storage Creation featuring tons of inking, stamping, stenciling and paper piecing! Whate would you store in this lovely make?
Check out Anna-Karin’s Blog for more details.
Lisa Hoel shares an Alice in Wonderland Mini Booklet that combines several dies from the Book Club collection. Each page is filled with “wonder” and magic!
Go down the rabbit hole over at Lisa’s Blog where you’ll find more pics and a video!
Julia Aston shares a Card Box Storage Die project featuring pretty papers from DCWV’s Cranberry Christmas collection. This project is a festive way to store Christmas cards to send to family and friends.
Visit Julia’s Blog for more details.
Pam Bray also shares a lovely project using the Card Box Storage die. Pam has created a Gift Card holder covered in gorgeous Graphic 45 papers.
Check out Pam’s Blog for more info.
Nicole Wright uses the Trinket Box die to create a sweet little Halloween scene! With itty bitty pumpkins and a candy corn tree this project is the perfect addition to a fall display!
Trick or Treat over at Nicole’s Blog for more on this cutie creation.
Diana Hetherington used the Trinket Box die to create a darling Christmas display! I could see a whole slew of these decorating a mantel can you?
Head to Diana’s blog for more pics and details.
Karen Bearse has a delightful Dylusions covered creation to share. Karen used the Card Box Storage Die to create an Art Card holder.
Check out Karen’s Blog for more inky details.
Jonathan Fong is always thinking outside the box and proves time and again that there’s more than one way to use a Sizzix die. His latest project uses the Trinket Box Die to create a fun faux fishbowl!
Swim on over to Jonathan’s blog for more details on this too cute creation!
Next she shares a Mini Book filled with her signature Mixed-Media Magic! Inking, stamping, and stitching abound in this one of a kind creation.
Check it out on Tracy’s Blog!
Hope you’ve enjoyed the sneak peeks at Eileen Hull’s New Book Club Sizzix Collection. If you missed any of the previous Book Club Collection Projects you can catch up by following the links below.