Hi all! I'm excited to share that Inspiration Emporium is now carrying the Eileen Hull ScoreBoards dies that I used in my Apothecary Cabinet project! You might find them familiar - I also used them in the two projects below.
This was one of the first projects I ever made using Eileen's dies - and it's what got me addicted to her ScoreBoards line. For this project, I didn't use mat board, but instead used chipboard. You can find the full tutorial via the link above.
This project also uses the Box and Caddy dies, but looks totally different than the Apothecary Cabinet. It's a great example of how different the dies can look, just by mixing and matching, and how you orient them. The full tute for this caddy can be found via the link above.
Most of the materials I used in these three projects can be found at Inspiration Emporium via the links below. Be sure to use my coupon code - stamptramp - to save 10% on your entire order!
I won't be around very much for the next few weeks - creating samples for CHA will be my top priority. I'm SO excited by all of the gorgeous new products from Tim Holtz/idea-ology/Stampers Anonymous/Ranger. I can't wait 'til I can share it all with you!
Shelly- THANK YOU so much for getting the dies available through Inspiration Emporium! You make them look totally awesome and I really REALLY appreciate you spreading the ScoreBoards love!ReplyDelete
OUTSTANDING!!!! Bravo, girlfriend!ReplyDelete
hurray! onto my wish list they go!ReplyDelete
Wonderful! These are some of my favorite projects. Just love anything that helps me get organized.ReplyDelete
A really fabulous project x hugs x a greatidea ,as always xReplyDelete
What you have done with Eileen's dies is nothing short of genius - that French storage caddy is an absolute delight! Looking forward to seeing your CHA projects next year.ReplyDelete
WOW...it seems each project you make is "just" for me!! I love your "boxes" I have the beginnings of one started...I must stop to do the ruler Christmas tree...I absolutely love it!!! That Father's day project with the ruler I already had on my to do list...you just keep on keepin' on...I love it all...thanks so much for sharing and the great tutorials!!ReplyDelete
I am amazed at how you can use these box and caddy dies to create such a beautiful, vintage project. I am hoping you have a tutorial that I can see to show how it is done. It is truly fabulous!ReplyDelete
Stopped drooling long enough to READ the post so I see that there are links. Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
Wow - this is fabulous - came here from Eileens blog post... amazing!ReplyDelete
Paula x x x
Such an amazing project and so ingenious! I just bought my box die last night, and I can't wait to make my own cabinet!ReplyDelete