Thursday, October 22, 2015

Big Ideas With Little B Products

The products from Little B are completely new to me.  The package I received from the company contained a number of interesting products.  Many of the items were specific for Autumn so the little project I created used several of the Washi Tapes.  I look forward to using the other items in future projects.


I made a special little container for a couple of sweet little "Trick or Treater's".  To create them I used my Sizzix Big Shot along with Eileen Hull's Train Case die.  I covered the scoreboard with the tapes. The tape was put on the board carefully to cut the top pieces of the case with the zig-zag designed tape.  Others were put in place for the bottom pieces.  Cut two of each for the train case.  Layer decorative paper and a thin sheet of black Makin's Clay with double-sided adhesive.  NOTE: Pieces can be cut individually from paper and clay and then glued together if desired.   Die-cut two hinges and the handle from the prepared sheet.  The front latch is cut from another piece of textured Makin's Clay.




Assemble the train case using double-sided adhesive tape or any glue that would work best with the materials used for the train case.

Glue decorative cording of your choice around the edges of the case top and bottom (refer to photo).

Pierce holes to insert paper brads for the hinges and latch.  Glue the handle in place on the lid of the case.  Embellish as desired to finish the look.

Materials

Little B Washi tapes
Big Shot
Eileen Hull Train Case die
Scoreboard or Mat Board
Glue
Small amounts of Makin's Clay
Small amounts of decorative paper
Double-sided adhesive sheet/tape
Paper Brads
Jute Cording
Decorative Ribbon
Decorative Button
Wire


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18 comments:

  1. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! I NEED these goodies! Trying to recuperate from my second bout with double pneumonia in a month's time and this would give me a way to create while resting!! Granddaughter and I would have a blast! tanks for the inspiration!

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    1. Thanks for commenting and glad you like this project! Get well!!!

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  2. Wow, what a great job you did of decorating the train case. Well done.

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    1. Thanks so much for commenting Jean, nice to know you like the project.

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    1. Happy to know that you like the project!

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  4. Your train case is
    so unique and would
    be fun to use!
    Carla from Utah

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    1. Thank you Carla for stopping by and commenting!

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  5. I love your Train Case! I am a little partial! So fun, never thought of washi tape!

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    1. Happy to hear that you like this project!!!

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  6. What!? I looked at your fabulous purse (this is what I would use it as) project and then when I read you did this with washi tape, am so impressed!! You rocked this project and it is so perfect for Halloween because every "witch" needs to have her cell phone and lipstick and what better to carry them in then this beautiful purse! OMG this is so cute!!

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    1. So glad to read your comment! This die-cut train case can hold various small items and it turns out looking good with whatever material you could use. It's probably smaller than you think!

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