Thursday, October 1, 2020

Eileen Hull's Chapter 4 Sizzix Dies Blog Hop - 3D Tea Cup and Post Box

Eileen Hull's Inspiration Team is so excited to share the news that Eileen has two new Chapter 4 Sizzix Dies being released soon - and we are joining in a blog hop and a FB Release Party to show you lots of ways to create with them!


The new dies are 3D Tea Cup and Post Box -and will be available in October. Here are the projects I made using each one.  I made mine for Christmas time!

I made a little holiday gift  using the 3D Tea Cup Die - perhaps for a hostess gift or a little present for a friend or loved one.   

The teacup has a front, back and sides to make it a box and measures 4 1/8" x 3 3/8" x 1 3/4" 

You can also just use the teacup front on a card, create a garland or use it as a book cover.

I filled a muslin bag with pine needles (purchased at a garden shop also available on Amazon)  and placed it in the teacup!  Not to drink (!) but to give that lovely pine smell when it's picked up and squeezed!

I used the new Post Box Die to make a little 'mail box' for a child (or an adult!) to put their note to Santa in.  

This cute box measures 3 1/4" x 4 3/8" x 1 1/8".

I used Velcro to hold the top flap closed.

Next week I'll be posting brief tutorials on how I put these two projects together (they were both very simple!), here on my blog, so I hope you'll check back -  but for now we'd love you to go on the blog hop!

Here are the links to the Design Team's blogs participating in the hop. 

 Leave a comment at each stop and at 12 noon EST on FB live at Eileen Hull Designs for a chance to win one of the new dies!  Two random comments will be chosen!

Eileen Hull

Tonya Trantham

Elizabeth Robinson

Julia Aston:  you are here!

Pam Bray

Maggi Harding

Lisa Hoel

Anna-Karin Evaldsson

Karen Bearse

Susie Bentz

Jenny Marples

Mitsyana Wright

Jennie Atkinson

Anita Houston

Madeline Arendt

Sarah Lizzie Dodd

Sue Eldred

Debbie Bankston

 


3D Tea Cup

Paper:  Little Sizzles White Matboard - Sizzix, DP - Patterns and Pine 6x6 Paper Pad - Catherine Pooler.

Ink:  Versamark

Accessories:  3D Tea Cup Die - Eileen Hull/Sizzzix, Happy Holidays Stickers - Jolees Boutique, Holly sticker - K and Co., Golden Rod Molten Dimensions embossing powder - Eileen Hull/Emerald Creek, Heat Tool, Balsam Needles - Garden Shop or Amazon, Muslin Bag - purchased on line, Ultra Bond Adhesive - iCraft.


Post Box

Stamps:  My Type - Hero Arts

Ink:  Obsidian - Altenew

Paper:  Little Sizzles White Matboard - Sizzix, DP North Wind 6x6 Paperpad - Craft and You.

Accessories:  Post Box Die - Eileen Hull/Sizzix, Tombow Glue, Quote Chips: Christmas, Label Letters - Tim Holtz/Idea-ology, Chipboard Peppermint sticker - K and Co.

39 comments:

Crafty Mum of 3 said...

Lovely seasonal projects!
Sharon Bettsxx

Loll said...

LOVE your Christmas tea cup ... great way to present a gift! And the mail box for Santa's letter is so adorable! I always love your 3D projects, Julia! xx

Kristy Tyra said...

I'm loving the tea cup!

Rosemary Meadows said...

So festive & lovely.

Fonda said...

I love your idea for the little box!

geri said...

the teacup is adorable - festive for the holiday!

MadeByMeghanK said...

I just LOVE your Christmas Tea Cup! These dies are fabulous

dottielottie said...

Love your Christmas themed teacup with its little bag of pine needles Julia, a great gift idea, and the gift card box is lovely idea for keeping your list to Santa in.

Laura said...

They're lovely, Julia! ❤

Lisa Townsend said...

Great projects!

Sandy Spielberger said...

That box turned out sooo pretty. Can see a valentine letter box for a classroom coming up as well. Or how about giving this to older neighbours living alone including a voucher for driving them to the voting booth on election day?

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Two great projects, Julia!! Just love them both but especially the little cup box - so clever to pop something scented inside!!

Moon16 said...

Great job on both of these projects - beautiful way to decorate the upcoming season.

Tammra

Donzabub said...

Love how Christmassey these are, absolutely adorable.

misapus said...

Love your Christmas tea cup - I’m a Christmas person 🤶 Anita Holte

Val's Pretty Glam said...

I adore that spoon!!!! But come on, now I HAVE to make some smelly goodness to go in my cup! Love what you've done! ♥

Marion Standing said...

Really festive- love them

Linda Z. said...

Wonderful projects!!

Emma Rose said...

Really beautiful

Gardenrose said...

whata great release and your projects are so creative!!

Noreen said...

The Santa mailbox would be a fun place to leave letters to Santa! Very cute.

Noreen
Crafty Journal

Redanne said...

Julia, your postbox is beautiful in the blue with those pops of red to decorate it. I love the letter to Santa theme too, it is delightful. Hugs, Anne xx

LJMILLER said...

Love seeing your items on the live show......beautiful and so creative!

sansuey said...

So fun to see these close up, after watching the "unboxing!" Outstanding work!

Karen R. in SC said...

Love the little tea cup with the pine trees! What a fantastic idea to fill with pine needles to fill the air with the scent of Christmas!

Christine Alexander said...

two great projects and so perfect for Christmas. Love the teacup, great for little gifts and the mail box is so cute :)

tina said...

Love both of your projects. Cute idea with the pine

AuntieGT said...

Love your traditional Christmas take on these.....so sweet. Jane x

Bonnie said...

Two awesome shaped projects, Julia! Love that teacup! What a cute gift idea! The box is a perfect place to store a message to Santa or our list!

DorothyA said...

Great projects. I especially like the tree tea cup!

Ladybug Dreams said...

Love both your projects! Great job!

Mary Dimercurio Prasad said...

Cute projects! The cup with the scent is a great idea - decoration and aroma for the holidays! Fun!

Elizabeth Urquhart said...

Elizabeth Urquhart said
These are both gorgeous.i love the idea of adding the scented pine needles x

Jenny Marples said...

They are both such fun and fabulous festive makes Julia. The embossing on the teacup makes such a difference to the design and the Santa's post box is totally adorable xx

Peggy said...

Love the Santa Mailbox and the beautiful teacup. Thanks for sharing

Denise Bryant said...

Love your holiday projects! The teascup is so pretty with the papers and embellishments you used, and I love the post box for Santa!

Unknown said...

Thank You for the Tutorial. It looks amazing.

sharon g said...

The christmas cup is very cute. I love the details.

Anita Houston The Artful Maven said...

So darn cute. Love the balsam needles idea.