Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop


Hi FaveCrafts friends! My name is Eileen Hull and I design dies for Sizzix. They make the Big Shot, a die cutting machine, which is used with dies that are designed to cut out shapes when you roll them through the machine from paper and other materials.

ScoreBoard dies are my specialty- they cut and score matboard and other thick materials into boxes, folders and books. My latest collection is called Fresh Vintage and includes six flowers and leaves, which are so much fun to cut from recycled and vintage materials like book pages, ledger paper, coffee filters, tissue paper, sewing patterns, tin foil, fleece, fabric, felt and whatever else you happen to have laying around. The six ScoreBoards dies: the bird, butterfly, album (shown today!), vase, suitcase, and caddy, are meant to be cut from mat board and provide a nice to sturdy base to embellish!

Today I am happy to present the Sizzix Fresh Vintage blog hop starring 75 top craft designers. Every Tuesday and Thursday for the next six weeks, a different die will be featured and 6-10 inspiring projects will be shared for each die. Here’s a peek at one fun way to use the ScoreBoard Album die!

We will also be including products from many of the leading craft manufacturers’ to show how well the dies work with other supplies you may have in your craft stash.

You can view the blog hop by heading on over to my blog to see lots of cool techniques and inspiring ways to use the dies. Keep clicking on the Fresh Vintage blinkie to see all of the different projects.

Many thanks to FaveCrafts for letting me share my blog hop with you :) Come back again on Thursday, September 29 for a look at the next project!

I’d love to hear your comments…


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