Eileen Hull Trinket Box by Heather

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Eileen Hull Trinket Box by Heather

Hey blog readers! I am Heather Ulmer, co-owner of Wild Whisper, and I'm so happy to be sharing my first Christmas project of the year today! Calgary AB has already had a couple of large snowfalls, so I am already getting in the holiday spirit! Christmas is my most favourite holiday, so I am sure happy to be getting started!
Today I am sharing this little project made using the Eileen Hull Trinket Box. I had the pleasure of seeing Eileen at the Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnival in Edmonton last month and she cut this box out for me and covered it in our Home for the Holidays paper collection from last Christmas. We still have this pack in the shop and it is even on SALE right now!
In order to finish it off, I wanted to incorporate some of our new products! I used our new exclusive embossing powder, Rugged Red, for the box's edges and the chipboard tree. I put about 3 layers of powder on the tree to make a nice thick enamel and then used the new Christmas Comfort stamp to create an impression in the still hot surface. To make this stand out more I rubbed a little pearlescent paint and red oxide ink on top.
Using the same Christmas Comfort stamp set, I stamped and fussy-cut a few of the leaves. The box came together easily using more pearlescent paint through a stencil, a Tim Holtz Christmastime Flashcard, and some red sparkle Nuvo Drops.
On the inside of the box I added a stamped kraft tag with the same sentiment as I used on the tree with another stamped leaf. Below is a closer look at the Rugged Red embossing powder on the box's edges.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you are having a lovely fall season (or spring for you Southern hemisphere people) wherever you are! I hope you can check out more of my work on my blog, Instagram, or YouTube channel.
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