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Trinket Box Romance

 Are you excited for Eileen Hull's new BOOK CLUB 2 release?  I know I am... but we will have to wait until spring for that new set.  For now the team is excited to share the new Book club Release that just launched.  Here is a quick tutorial for you using the new Trinket Box.

I use mat board when die cutting my EH Dies.  The fibers release well and mat board takes spray inks, paints, embossing and stamping really well!

Coffee filters are AMAZING BALLS for die cutting.  Spraying, water, inks and heat is a breeze.  

The romance flower is fluffy and light as a former coffee filter.

Pulled together the Trinket Box is soft and Romantic...

There is so much you can do with this die and I do love versatility!  Don't miss all the awesome projects for the Inspiration Team.  They have been sharing all month!  

A Vintage Journey- Think inside the Box

Trinket Box
Floral Arch & Words
Romance Flower
Enchanted Doves

Eat. Sleep. Craft {repeat}


  1. This is absolutely stunning, Nicole! Now I need to add coffee filters to my shopping list. You're such an enabler. ;)

  2. Oh how fun and vibrant!!! I LOVE the delicious colors and the coffee filter flowers! So wonderful!

  3. Wow Nicole, this is spectacular! Love how you've used Eileen's Trinket Box die here and that embossed dove is so beautiful. And that coffee filter flower is the bomb, have to go raid the pantry for some coffee filters now! Thanks so much for sharing it and for joining our Think Inside or Outside The Box challenge at A Vintage Journey, Deb xo

  4. What a gorgeous trinket box Nicole! love that purple and wonderful full layered bloom! Thanks for joining us in the A Vintage Journey challenge this month! Julia xx

  5. LOVE this trinket box, Nicole! The colors! The embossing! The flower! Love it ALL! Thank you, too, for sharing it with us at A Vintage Journey! Hugs!


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