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Recipe Card Holder


Eileen Hull

Eileen grew up in a large art-loving family. She has applied her creative thinking to all sorts of life and career events – from adjusting to thirteen military moves and raising four children to developing popular craft product lines. In 2009, Sizzix launched her first ScoreBoards™ dies, specially designed to cut and score matboard and thicker materials. Eileen enjoys working with recycled materials and "treasures" from thrift stores, or even better, those found on the curb!

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What's on the menu? Imagine the messages, recipes and other delightful notes you can create and place into each desk tidying caddy...enough to satisfy any creative appetite!

Themes: House & Home

Sizzix Die(s) Used

  • Sizzix Bigz Alphabet Set 7 Dies - Serif Essentials
  • Sizzix Thinlits Die Set 5PK - Christmas Trims


Other Supplies: Grey Desk Tidy, Mount Board, Cardstock, Patterned Paper, Double-Sided Tape, Pegs (Clothespins), PVA, Self-Adhesive Diamond Effect Gems, Self-Adhesive Foam Pads, String

  1. Cover half of the front of your desk tidy with a band of peach cardstock, trimmed to size and attached with double-sided tape. Decorate the edge with a die-cut scalloped edge created using the border die from the Christmas Trims Set.
  2. Attach turquoise cardstock to mount board with PVA. Die-cut the letters required and attach using a combination of PVA and foam pads to add dimension.
  3. Decorate rectangles of cream cardstock with letters die-cut from the Wanted Alphabet.
  4. Attach a band of patterned paper and a strip of grey cardstock to the decorated cream cards.
  5. Cut more cream cardstock rectangles and use pegs covered in peach cardstock to attach them. Decorate the pegs with die-cut Flowers embellished with diamond-effect self-adhesive gems, then tie with string.