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Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Sizzix Party Decor Ideas

Hello Everyone!

Summer is in full swing and backyard BBQ's and bashes are our thing this month over at
Eileen Hull's place!  For the month of July the Inspiration Team will be sharing their creative
 ideas for Sizzix Party Decor.  You will find ideas for storage, centre pieces and much more,
that you can create with your favourite Sizzix dies!  Let's get this Sizzix party started!

Having said that, here in the UK, parties are likely to be indoors due to our constant
rain (well here in the north at any rate) so I have created a cutlery holder to make
my party table look a little prettier...

I want to show you how versatile Eileen's dies can be!
I used Eileen's Sizzix Box with Scallop Flap (656546) die for the case and Eileen's  
Sizzix Heart & Soul Flower die (661108) to decorate the holder.
I used Eileen's beautiful Honeycomb Embossing Folder (Sizzix 661447) to create
a pattern on my mat board die cut.
I painted the die cut with Tim Holtz Distress Paint in Scattered Straw.

To create some interest, I dry brushed the folder with some Tim Holtz Distress Paint
 in Vintage Photo.
After die cutting the flower, I painted the pieces with Distress Paint in Squeezed
Lemonade and then spritzed them with Abandoned Coral Distress Spray Stain.  This
gives a lovely mottled look to the petals.
I coloured some vintage seam binding with Ground Espresso Distress Stain.
A view of the folder before adding the cutlery and napkin.
A close up of the flower, which I finished off with a large fabric brad, also coloured
with Ground Espresso Distress Stain.

I hope that has given you a quick and easy idea to decorate your party table.  You can
see some more inspiration over at Eileen's blog HERE where my lovely team mates
Tracy Evans and Pam Bray are sharing some ideas too.

As always, thanks so much for looking, I really appreciate your visit!  Hope to
see you again soon.

Hugs, Anne xx

29 comments:

  1. What a beautiful addition to any table - indoors or out.
    Toni xx

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  2. What a cool idea to make a party cutlery holder! It looks fabulous - I love the colours you used on your awesome flower - it would be the smartest party in town with these gracing it's table! xxx

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  3. What a great idea ..... would be a fab addition to any table xx

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  4. Love the retro feel to your cutlery holder with your colour palette. Fab use of the die and a beautiful flower. Rain constantly here in Scotland too.
    Julie x

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  5. Fabulous make Anne. Such a great idea and your chosen colours look so summery. This would look good as a Christmas theme too. Hugs Rita xxxx

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  6. Such a clever design Anne and what a clever idea! Love that distinctive colour combo too, very elegant! Sounds as if we have more sun here in Australia in winter, though today it was very cold and windy... Hope that sun will come out for you soon! xxx

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  7. Oh, Anne, this is such a super cool idea and a very clever design! Fantastic use of dies, as always! I absolutely love it, my friend! Big hugs! Branka xx

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  8. What a clever idea Anne. The big flower is lovely,it looks like like a rosette for the prettiest party table.😃 This would be really handy for summer barbecues or maybe picnics if we're lucky enough to get a bit of sunshine. Doesn't look like that will be any time soon, it's dull and overcast again where I am in Scotland today. Alexandra xx

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  9. Very inventive and gorgeous use of all the products Anne. This takes dining in style to a new level! No rain here today - hurrah! Nicola x

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  10. Oh my goodness, Anne, you are so creative!! This is gorgeous!! And what a great idea!! I love how you've embossed the holder!! The flower is stunning!! I love the colors!! You will have the most beautiful table with these adorning it!! Spectacular my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  11. oh Anne this is fabulous! i love what you've done!!

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  12. lovely work Anne - you are so very clever. Wonderful. Big hugs rachel x

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  13. Oh good grief, this is so clever Anne!! I can't believe you used that die to create a beautiful table decoration with a great function as well! LOVE IT!! Your big blossom is just lovely and I adore the rich cocoa ribbon as an accent piece! These would really spruce up a table, inside or outside!! sending wishes of warm weather to you. hugs :)

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  14. Wonderful idea Anne! I swear you could sell an Eskimo ice cream.
    But then again your creative talent and fantastic ideas have a lot to do with that!!!
    sandy xx

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  15. Great idea and lovely mix of colours too. If only the sun would shine for more than half a day but I guess summer will be late this year if ever!! Elaine xx

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  16. Then you invited the sun at your table, Anne! Great idea this embossed folder. And the flower is gorgeous!

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  17. How lovely Anne! These would certainly dress up a party table at each persons place! Wonderful mix of colors on box and flower - love the texture the embossing gives to the box too! Julia xx

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  18. Brilliant idea Anne, love them. Happy crafting, Angela x

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  19. Lovely idea Anne. The deep embossing is gorgeous. These would look lovely on a summer BBQ table, if we had any summer that is. Hugs. Tracy x

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  20. Your ability to think of so many unique ways to use these dies to make something lovely, just blows my mind! This is going to make such a cool way to present your silverware. So appreciate you sharing the photos of the painting, as it is easier to understand the directions. Enjoy the party!!! TFS & Hugs too.

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  21. What a delightful holder Anne and perfect for both an inside or outside table. Can I order 20 for Sunday please as we are hoping we can sit outside with a BBQ and watch the last day of the aeroplanes going over for Farnborough air show. Well we can hope ...... Xxx

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  22. Absolutely charming - a table decorated with these napkin holders would be a festive masterpiece. Wonderful Hull-work as always!
    Alison x

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  23. How clever to turn the box into a gorgeous and very useful decor item for a party table. I imagine you would find people taking them home as souvenirs since they are so cute. Love the colour palette that would work right into fall and that big flower is so cheerful.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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  24. This is the prettiest of ideas and what hit me is that it would work whether for a BBQ or for a dining table or even a picnic - you definitely should versatility of the die.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  25. What a brilliant idea Eileen and fabulous colours and textures, thanks for sharing it! Deb xo

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  26. What a great idea!!! I wish I had made these for the 4th of July! Love, love this creative home decor use of your dies. Hugs, Autumn

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  27. Such a clever idea to use the scalloped box die as a cutlery holder. Only your amazingly creative mind would think of that Anne. Wonderful ! Every home should have some of these.
    hugs x

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  28. Extremely creative idea, Anne! Your flower is drop dead gorgeous and that deep shabby bow is yummy! Sure to whet anyone's appetite! Maybe if I had these at my table my kids would eat my cooking! Ha! Ha! Hugs!

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  29. Wow Anne, brilliant idea to make this scallop box into a cutlery holder. This idea would look wonderful on the Christmas table too. Mo x

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Thanks so much for visiting, I love reading your comments! Hugs, Anne x

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