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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Blog Hop Sharing Eileen Hull Designs Newest Release - Teacup and Spoon Die by Sizzix





Eileen Hull Designs Blog Hop Introducing the New Teacup and Spoon and Post Box Dies.


Hooray- two new ScoreBoards releases from Eileen Hull and Sizzix! Are you ready for a new 3D Bigz L Tea Cup die? Fill it with teabags and other assorted goodies or use the Tea Cup cutout on the front of a card- so many possibilities. Also new is the XL Post Box, a fun little box that goes together in 10 seconds and has a slit in the top to tuck a gift card. You will have fun embellishing in your style to create holiday treats for everyone on your list!

The hop starts at Eileen's blog, and then:

Halloween is my favorite holiday for crafting, there's just something so fun about playing with ghoulish papers and dark images!  Soo...every year I make Halloween Treat treat favors for friends and neighbors.  Eileen's new Teacup and Spoon Die  is just what I needed for this year's treat boxes! Aren't these just adorable?



This is what the assemble teacup looks like if you make up the "stock" version.  Isn't it just adorable?   


For my version, I cut the teacup handle off so that it would be more like a cauldron.  I glued the spoon inside and used it as a post to hold the Happy Halloween sentiment.  I used Carta Bella's Happy Halloween collection for this treat box.





I used an older Echo Park collection for this one, Halloween Town.










Thanks for stopping by today.  Nex on the hop is Lisa Hoel.


Products by Eileen Hull Designs 






Be sure to stop by my blog next week when I'll show you how to make these adorable treats!

32 comments:

  1. Looking forward to getting the tea cup die!

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  2. What a cute Halloween display. ❤️

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  3. What a cute pair of tea cups!

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  4. What a clever idea to remove the tea cup handles for your bright fun Halloween cauldrons! love the bright papers and fun ghoulies, pretty bows and signs on the spoons!

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  5. I love that you did the Halloween mugs! These all are adorable!

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  6. These put a smile on my face. Such an unexpected take on the teacup. Love them!

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  7. I always enjoy seeing people altering diecut pieces and by thinking out of the box turning them into something different. At the moment I can`t afford to buy these dies but I`ll save up and I`ll definitely leprechaun cauldrons for Saint Patrick`s day.

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  8. Such a lovely Halloween tea cup 👻 Love it 😍 Anita Holte

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  9. What a great idea for halloween!

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  10. Maggi, I love how you went out of the box with the teacups! So cute❣️

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  11. Great fun for Halloween, neat idea

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  12. How creative - always love Halloween!!

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  13. Would not have thought to use the die for halloween - it is really effective x

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  14. These are crazy cute...loved seeing them on the live show!

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  15. Making the cup into a cauldron was a great idea! These are really fun!

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  16. Love your Halloween theme!!!

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  17. i loved your Halloween Cauldron cups....thank you for sharing. X Jane

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  18. Wow! I really like how versatile this tea cup is and how it can be decorated for every holiday or theme!

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  19. These would be so much fun for a Halloween party!

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  20. Ugh! I am not sure if my comment went through - I was in the middle of typing and I think it decided to post (?). I was saying, those would be a great idea instead of place cards on a table for a Halloween party!

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  21. What a fabulous idea...am loving these x

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  22. Maggi these Halloween teacups are a treat in themselves. So beautifully decorated I could imagine anyone trick or treating at yours would be thrilled to get one xx

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  23. I love Hallloween and these projects are awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Love the way you 'Halloweened' these up! Adorable projects! I think Halloween is the most fun occasion of the year for crafting too!

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  25. Thank You for the Tutorial. It looks amazing.

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  26. Oh my gosh, these are just the cutest--they are my favorites so far--Halloween is my favorite holiday!!!

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