I've picked out a some of my favourite projects made with Eileen's dies. I am not good at picking favourites, since I always have too many. Here's an attempt:
Candy Drawer die. I used it to make the base for this shadow box, which contains a lot of my favourite elements: ink, stamps, small meaningful details, a special photo and fun techniques. You can find the full tutorial here. I've also used the Candy Drawer die to make a Memory Children's Game, a gift box and a Chest of Drawers. I like to use dies in ways they were not originally intended.
Chest of Drawers, made with the same Candy Drawer die. I use it to store my Tim Holtz Idea-ology embellishments. You can find a full tutorial here. I also made a large version of this as an Advent calender.
Bird die, these are some of them. It is also a tutorial.
Eileen's dies aren't just for 3-D projects, I use them a lot on layouts and for cardmaking too. Here I used dies from the Picket Fence Collection.
I had so much fun making this Love ATC box, filled with ATC cards. The box was made with the Artist Trading Card Box die and I also used some of Eileen's great flower dies. You can find the tutorial here.
Finally, four Inky Artist Trading Blocks. This is such a fun new concept, which Amy Bowerman came up with. I used family photos from different generations, Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous stamps and Distress Ink to make these. You can find the tutorial here.
Our theme this month is 'New Beginnings'. I hope you will join us!