Hello friends!! This month the Eileen Hull Inspiration Team are showcasing Eileen's new Sizzix Paper Flower Party collection.
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The flower dies in this collection are wonderful and you'll be able to make a large variety of flowers, and even more so if you mix the dies.
I made an alphabet sewing box for my son. Since I made my Vintage Cantilever Sewing Box earlier this year, Anton has been asking me to make him a blue one. To give it a different twist, I turned it into an alphabet box. He walked in on me when I was busy putting it together, before I had glued on the flowers and added anything to the boxes, and thought it looked pretty, but 'needed something more'. Funny. If you want to see another example of flower-making using a different Eileen Hull die, check out my Yellow Flower card.
These are the pieces you need for one sewing box. They were die cut from white Little Sizzles Mat Board.
And there is is done. Mat board projects last real well, even with pretty heavy use. Anton has boxes and containers that I made over three years ago, and which he uses for storage of little things. They are all still in perfect order even though they are handled a lot.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Thank you so much for stopping by!