As you've seen from some of my past projects, I love building things with Eileen Hull's ScoreBoards dies. This is a project I've been thinking about for a long time and decided that this month's Red, White, and Beautiful theme for Eileen's Art With Heart Challenge was the perfect excuse to play around with the caddy idea. Read on to see how you can make one of your own.
NOTE: I've had a few comments saying that I must have a bigger die cutting machine or wondering how this fit through my Vagabond. It looks really wide in this photo, but if you cut the piece as I have - 6" high, and align the die at the top of the base tray as shown - it will fit fine! No special machine is needed. Your Vagabond or Big Shot will both work!
Oxford Impressions' French Script collection) onto the caddy using clear embossing ink and cover with Seafoam White embossing powder. Heat to melt. Note: if I'd been thinking ahead, I would have done this step before gluing the panel down!
And think of all the other uses for this cool little caddy. It would be great in your craft room holding supplies, or in the bathroom keeping your makeup organized. I think it would look adorable in the kitchen holding tea or spices too. I hope you decide to make one!
The supplies I used can be found at Sizzix, Simon Says Stamp, and Amazon via the links below.
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