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Book Club Sneak Peek


I am so excited to share the newest Eileen Hull collection, Book Club!  

These awesome scoreboard die cuts will elevate your next art journal or card making project.  Check out the blurb from Eileen's Blog where you'll find the latest details about this Fall release and more AMAZING projects from the team!

"One word that sums up the new Sizzix Book Club collection is VERSATILE! Eileen is happy to introduce new Three-in One dies- dies that serve multiple purposes to fit into every area of your life. 

There are three new ScoreBoards dies for sturdy project bases and three die sets to embellish them. Each die may be used in many ways- on books, cards, gift boxes, home decor projects, and for storage and organization. Imagine a die that can create a box, a book and a frame all on one die- we have that! 

Come explore the Book Club collection with the Inspiration Team and let us know which one is your favorite! Releasing this fall…"


Sizzix ScoreBoards XL Die - Card Box, Planner Storage & Organizer

The perfect calendar organizer.



Watch for more Sneak Peeks here and from the rest of the team as we share different ways to use these versatile dies.

While you wait for the new release to launch check out the Journal Treasury featuring the Journal die and over 80 projects including a few from me.  You can buy this E-Book and get links to all the projects full of inspiration. 












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  1. This calendar organiser is such a great idea Nicole (wish I had thought of that - tee hee) and one I might just have to 'borrow'. Love it! Anne x

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