Monday, October 24, 2011

Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop- Suitcase

Sizzix Fresh Vintage Blog Hop

Woo Hoo! It’s another round of fabulous ideas with Eileen Hull’s Fresh Vintage Collection. Today we are showcasing the Suitcase die #657124 which you can find at I have to say that out of all of Eileen’s dies, the Suitcase die is my absolute favorite. There is so many ideas that you can create with this die. When I first began working with this die, I decided I wanted to create a box that you could use as a note card holder for your desk. After I finished my project, I thought, “Wow! This would make a great desk set”. With that thought I went on to design the note holder and journal. And as I said before, with the holidays coming up so fast,
it would make a great gift for someone you love! Each project takes about an hour to an hour and a half to complete.
Don’t forget to click on the Sizzix blinkie that is on the right hand side of my blog. And if this is your first time at the hop and you haven’t seen the projects with Eileen’s other dies, be sure to stop by her website at There you will find all of the project that the other designers have created for the last four weeks. After you have clicked through all the projects, head over to the Oh My Crafts blog where you can answer a question regarding the projects on the hop and be entered to win the Flower, Layers #9 die!

Until next time…

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Enjoy the Journey Desk Set


  • Sizzix® Scoreboard Suitcase Die #657124
  • Sizzix® Big Shot™ Die Cutting Machine
  • Sizzix® Blank White Matboard
  • Blank Notebook
  • K & Company® Travel Themed Pattern Paper
  • K & Company® Travel Themed Stickers
  • Bazzill Basics® Card Stock- Tan & Light Brown
  • Gold Brads- 10
  • Wood Strips- 2
  • Mini Clothes Pins- 4
  • Various Fibers
  • Various Paper Flowers
  • ¼” Ribbon
  • Eyelet- 1
  • We R Memory Keepers® Crop-O-Dile™
  • Scrabble Letters
  • Corner Rounder
  • Clearsnap® ColorBox® Archival Dye Inkpads- Cookie Dough & Mudslide
  • Clearsnap® Re-Inker- Cookie Dough
  • Beacon Adhesives® Zip Dry Paper Glue™
  • Tim Holtz® Visual Artistry Collection by Stamper Anonymous®- The Journey Set
  • Inkadinkado® Travel Stamps
  • Paintbrush



Keri Lee Sereika said...

This is totally cute!! Looks really ready to up and go somewhere fun! The entire ensemble is really great!!!

Eileen Hull said...

Love it Lisa! You just went to town girl! Love the coordinating vintage-y feel to this whole set- who wouldn't like to get that? hint hint. Thanks for once again posting a cool project!

pattyk said...

Wow love Your projects--very nice

Mylene said...

Boy, that's an incredible desk set. Love the way it all coordinates.

Karen B said...

Wow! Lisa, you know I love everything you make, but this might be my favorite project of yours ever! I love everything about this set, with so many vintage-y treasures to behold. Seriously amazing!

Eva said...

Super duper fabulous!!! Love it!!!
Eva :0)

mlc_15 said...

I am totally in love with this, its is amazing! Thanks for sharing!

Anita Braddock said...

I love what you have done the vintage look is so in. I love everything. great job. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win

Ginny said...

wow-what a great set!

Anonymous said...

Wow, Lisa, a complete desk set, each piece more exquisite than the last. Someone's going to be very happy when they get that. Great, great job!

Anonymous said...

So creative Lisa. I love how you have a whole set going on here. Great job!

Linda said...

Very vintagy! A wonderful gift for someone who travels. Thanks for sharing.

KimberlyRae said...

Oh my! Just when I've seen it All...
Nope...Here Comes Gorgeousness right
infront of my eyes!! I just can't get over your projects...they are
A M A Z I N G!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hugss and Blessings,

dmoore108 said...

Wow!! This one of the best ideas I have seen. Thank you for providing the list of the materials as well. I have been looking for new stuff to try on my Big Shot Sizzix . These are just great, i have seen a lot of different creations, but this is defintiely my favorite.