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Eileen Hull's Vintage Travel Release

I'm excited to share I have been asked to join the AMAZINGLY talented Eileen Hull Inspiration Team!  I guess it was obviously my love for 3D creating not only to my followers but to Eileen as well.  I am floored to be apart of something I adore.  You know me and my Sizzix Obsession!
 
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Welcome to a CHA Preview for Eileen Hull's new Sizzix 2015 release, Vintage Travel. Over the coming weeks I'll be sharing with you my projects I made to display at CHA over at Sizzix Booth for Eileen's new Vintage Travel dies.   
 
 
These projects arrived only a couple of days before Christmas so I literally had them done in a day.  It's a tight turn around to ship back to the US especially over the holidays...especially with online Boxing Day Shopping.  I can tell you the WHOLE Team busted their butts to get this done. 

 Here is a small peek at what I'll be posting in great detail over the coming weeks. 
 
 
Check out what the rest of the Inspiration Team has to show you.  You'll be blown away! 
 
 
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  1. welcome to the team Nicole!!! i can't wait to see your projects

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    1. WOOHOO Diana...starting tomorrow with a new post.

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  2. This is just so exciting! Love your samples Nicole! Anne xx

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    1. I'm thrilled to FINALLY be a teamy with you Anne :)

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  3. oh those tantalizing little peek Nicole! lol

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    1. I can't wait to see all the projects posted!

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  5. Congrats. The sneak peeks look super and I can't wait to see the details.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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    1. First one will be posting tomorrow Cec :)

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  6. Congrats Nicole and I can't wait to see your projects in their entirity!

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  7. Congratulations Nicole...what a high to be on show at CHA. These dies look super duper cute. Looking forward to seeing makes in full. Nicola x

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    1. Thank you so much! I have my first post going live tomorrow.

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  8. So glad you are on our team Nicole, can't wait to see your projects!!! Exciting times.

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    1. OMG Pam I'm so excited...we are on the same team!

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  9. Great job, Nicole! So happy for you! Will be watching out for these posts! The samples look great!

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  10. Huge congrats to you Nicole on your fantastic news and I'm waiting in anticipation to see your inspiring creations.
    Julie x

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    1. These dies are soooo fun to work with. But then really, aren't all the Sizzix dies fun.

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  11. Congratulations Nicole -- but these cruel teases are just downright -- cruel! Can't wait!

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  12. Nicole, I hope your New Year is off to a good start. Super tool box Nicole I love the hinges and the tag. you could enter this in my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes January Linky Party. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com

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    1. Thank you Diana for the link. I'll pop by and check it out.

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  13. Congrats on getting onto Eileen's team! I'm sure you will have super fun working with her dies (hopefully less stressful than creating in a day and mailing it off!!! Your little snips look exciting! can't wait to see them in full!

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