19 March 2024

Lace Mini Book for Eileen Hull Designs

Hi everyone and welcome. This month Eileen Hull's design teams are starting to share projects and ideas using the dies and embossing folder from Eileen's new March 2024 Sizzix release. In my previous post I mentioned showing you a new chunky little Mini Book, decorated with the Lace 3D Embossing Folder, features Faux Postage die cuts and images from Alison Bomber's stamp sets by PaperArtsy. 

I can't begin to describe how excited I am by this new Mini Book - the cute portrait size (being 3 3/4" x 2 1/4") is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand but large enough to pack a punch with what you can fit on the pages. Shrink down your mobile phone photos and chances are you won't even need to crop them to make them fit!

I particularly love the shape of the covers and the addition of a little 'carry handle' within the die design made in this case with a strip of leather and attached with two shirt buttons. On it's side you can see more of the raised detail on the covers that come from the Lace 3D Embossing Folder, decorated with black gesso and Sizzix 'Rose Gold' Luster Wax.

As you can see I've rather 'over stuffed' this one (lesson learned for future Mini Books) so here's a video flick through of the pages inside.

And here are collated photos of the individual pages which can be enlarged for a closer look if you click on the images. As already mentioned, you'll see I've included a lot of accents using die cut stamp shapes from the Faux Postage Die Set together with one of Eileen's little envelopes on the back page.  

I hope you've enjoyed seeing inside this Lace Mini Book. As promised I'll be back soon to show you another method for making the most of that 3D Lace Embossing Folder with layers of media. In the meantime make sure to check out all the fantastic projects from the rest of the team - links to their posts can be found on Eileen's blog throughout the month.

For now thanks for visiting,
Jenny xxx


  1. WOW!! Just WOW!! Thanks for sharing this!!

  2. Above and beyond brilliant ... I'm blown away by the textures, the details, the amazing amazing stamping!! (And almost every single one of my botanicals in action!) Just wonderful. Thank you so much for always creating such beautiful things with my stamps.

  3. I would love to follow your blog...you are a beautiful artist.

  4. I thought this was large until you added your hand for the guided tour, so lovely and packed with such great imagery. Did it take months? Love the treatment on the cover.

    1. So glad you like it Valerie. It took a couple of weeks to complete and was really enjoyable given the mix of pages and materials used.


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