Saturday, 24 March 2018

Easter Treat Trinket Box - Scrap 'n Stamp Designer Challenge

Hello and welcome back!

It is time for another designer challenge at Scrap 'n Stamp.
This month the team was challenged to use one of the new  Side Order sets from Tim Holtz/ Sizzix.
If you are following along the blog hop you should have come here from Nancy's blog and her fabulous project. 

I chose to use the Springtime set and decided to pair it with the Eilleen Hull Trinket Box Die to make a sweet-filled place setting for Easter dinner.

Distress Oxides on glossy paper made for a fabulous spring background for my trinket box.

The bunny, bow & script word from the Springtime Side-Order set
are super cute and look fabulous with some green velvet rick rack I had in my stash

The trinket box makes a great little treat box for dinner. Who doesn't like candy easter eggs?!?!

Check out the process video below:


Now head over to Karen's blog to see what amazing inspiration she has in store for you.

Julia Chupik ----> you're here!
Karen Warner

Products Used:

Eileen Hull Trinket Box Die

Distress Oxides:


13 comments:

  1. That is so Nice!!!! Loving these little side orders sets!! Tfs!

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  2. I love how this turned out! Such a great use for that little bunny with a bow, too cute! Thanks for the process video too! I have got that box and the side orders on my (very) long wish list.

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  3. Love the result of the glossy paper and oxide inks - beautiful Easter project.

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  4. Oh this little box
    is adorable and love
    the bunny. Wonderful
    dies.
    Carla from Utah

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  5. Adorable!! Love the idea to use it on your Easter table!

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  6. These really are so adorable cant wait to get in my side order dies TFS

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  7. Fantastic box, and such a great idea for easter. :)

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  8. What a yummy treat box and very pretty.

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  9. Love the idea of using this as a place setting! Great tutorial for this pretty treat box

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  10. Simply adore your Easter treat box! What a fun project! Thank you.

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  11. Love the distressed bunny with the fancy treat box! The word die can be used with any greeting, making it so versatile.

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