Eileen Hull designs for Scrapbook.com

 Hello and welcome to another special release day featuring designs by Eileen Hull.

This new die collection has been designed just for Scrapbook.com. There are lots of ways to use these dies whether you like making cards, journals or home decor. Each die coordinates with the set but also stands alone, giving you good value.  

And they have all been designed to coordinate with the Card Caddy.

Here are Eileen's ideas for the design release:

The Card Caddy is a ScoreBoards die specially designed to cut and score thick material like matboard, chipboard leather, felt and fabric, creating a sturdy base for other coordinating dies in the collection. The Caddy assembles in minutes. Use the die to create a card box, container for food gifts, holiday packaging or stationery, art journal, planners and cards - all this from one die!

Each of the three coordinating Thinlits sets fit perfectly on the box - cover with paper or fabric and create a special box of cards for yourself, friends or family.

Everyday Tags & Labels includes 13 dies, labels, tags, snowflake, flowers, and stars - everything you need throughout the year to add to gifts, cards, tags and journals.

The Floral Silhouettes die has 12 elements: floral borders and swag, individual layering flowers and centers and delicate foliage. Make the flowers in layers, or cut from watercolour paper and paint each flower by hand! Flowers work on everything and these are the cutest shapes.

The Starlit Village & Carde Panel die set comes with ten dies: two rows of small houses, individual houses, moon, start cluster and Warm Wishes sentiment. These dies make a gorgeous Christmas village - or paint a pastel row to make beach cottages - it's all up to you!


My sample cards have a bit of a Christmas feel about them but could also be used for Any Occasion, particularly Wedding Anniversary or Valentines Day.

 I have used the Card Caddy Die to cut my card and then the dies to add a fancy edge. The labels stack beautifully and the Wishes sentiment cuts beautifully into the tag.

The same idea for this card, just altering a few of the elements.

And for this card I used the scallop die cut edge to create a fancy edging for the red cardstock underneath. I love how you can place the die to make the best use of the papers.

There will be loads more inspiration for these dies through the following month from Eileen and the team. We have a blog hop today which will give you a flavour of what is to come, along with a Round Up Video of samples later today. Be sure to catch it all on Eileen Hull Designs or the Facebook Fan Club page.

As always thanks for joining me!

Jennie x


Gorgeous work…
Brenda R Towsley said…
Your cards are beautiful!
Lovely! I like the detail you created with the scalloped edge.