Thursday, February 25, 2016

Sizzix Dies and Stampendous Collaboration!

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We are excited to join with Eileen Hull and her team to bring you a great week of inspiration using our Cottage Home and Mushroom Home stamps and dies sets to add detail to Eileen’s versatile Vintage Canister Scoreboard Die by Sizzix. Sit back and enjoy the projects, comment along the way for a chance to win one of our prize packages!
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Three lucky winners will win their choice of Cottage Home or Mushroom Home plus precut matboard from the Sizzix Canister Scoreboard Die. Sponsored by Sizzix. Deadline to comment is February 28th and winners will be announced early next week. See Official Contest Rules for details.

My post for today has a combination of the Eileen Hull Canister and the Cottage Home Set. 


 Materials:
CSD06 Cottage Home Perfectly Clear Stamps and Dies Set
Sizzix Dies ScoreBoards XL Canister Set
DWLJ901 Mosaic Swirls Stencil
Mixed Media White Paper
Sizzix Little Sizzles 6x13" Mat Pack Cream
Perfectly Clear Acrylic Stamp Handle
Stencil Brush
Stazon Jet Black
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics in Titan Buff and Quinacridone Gold
24 Pack Crayola Crayons
Paint Brush
Paper Towel
Wet Glue
Manual Die Cut Machine

Directions:
1)  Cut the pieces for the large canister from the cream mat board.
2)  Assemble the large canister.
3)  Cut 4 of the roof image from the white mixed media paper.
4)  Paint the canister a mix of the acrylics, but primarily the Titan Buff.  Let dry.
5)  Paint the lid and cut out roofs on both sides with the Quinacridone Gold and let dry.
6)  Place the stencil over the dry walls.
7)  Load the stencil brush with the Quinacridone Gold and brush off the excess on the paper towel.
8)  Rub the loaded stencil brush over the stencil in the areas that you want the swirls.  Let dry.
9)  Stamp the grass thatching stamp on the outsides of the roof.
10)  Stamp the additional stamps where you want them.


11)  Color with crayons.
12)  Attach the roof pieces to the lid and to each other.
These cute canisters can hold all sorts of things.  I chose seed packets.

I hope you enjoyed today's post.
Here are the rest of the blog links for today--and don't forget to comment for your chance to win!

25 comments:

  1. Seems like the perfect setting for those tiny seed packages. The swirls make a great design for the sides.
    Thanks for sharing a peek at your work! :)

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  2. Wowza! Great variation on this, and I love the swirls on the walls, thats a really nice effect. Cute cute!

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  3. Adorable!! What a great way to gift a "garden in a box"! My son just bought and moved into his first home and wants to have a garden. I think I am going to have to craft lift this idea and make him one filled with all the seeds he will need and some tips on gardening! Thanks for the inspiration! I know his boys will love the Gnome Home too!

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  4. Wonderful use of the stamps , stencils and dies and so handy too as a place to store all those seed packets x

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  5. Laura this is so sweet I love how you used the mosaic stencil for the cobble stone dimensional effects. ♡HUGS

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  6. Laura this is so sweet I love how you used the mosaic stencil for the cobble stone dimensional effects. ♡HUGS

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  7. The bits of the Mosaic Swirls is genius! So fun. Makes me think of some of the old buildings in downtown Los Angeles on Oliveira Street.

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  8. Oh, the canister die for the house base. I love this. The coloring on the walls is wonderful.

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  9. Lovin the mosaic tiles on your building! I normally don't care for that stencil, but now that I see how you used it, I may just have to have it.

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  10. Beautifully done, very creative project! Love the little cottage with the swirls

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  11. This is SO ADORABLE! That roof is to die for and the stenciled mosaic swirls add so much whimsy to the box. LOVE it! Thank you for sharing today!

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  12. Cute--I like the mosaic swirls and the red roof.

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  13. That stencil looks terrific on the walls!!

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  14. Oh my gosh- how cute this little tea canister is! Love it Laura!

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  15. So cute! What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. the houses are darling.
    I can't wait to get my hands on the stamps.
    The box is decorative as well as useful.
    thanks for sharing a fun project.
    Illinois

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  17. Great project.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  18. Great idea. I love this. I could put a bunch of these on my desk to hold all kinds of goodies. ^_^ 💗💗💗

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