Sizzix Inspired | Must Try Tutorials

It's time for a review of all the beautiful projects our design team members have been making on their own blogs using products from their Sizzix stashes! Featured in this post are images of their finished creations and a brief recap of what you can find by clicking through to their blogs. You might fall in love with some of them, learn something new and most certainly you'll get inspired!

Sizzix Life Made Simple Thinlits Layout by Aida Haron

In this sweet layout Aida Haron displays how easy scrapbooking can be with Sizzix Life Made Simple dies. You can find her easy to follow tutorial here.

Thinking Of You card by Jeanne Streiff

Jeanne Streiff teaches a new technique using reverse masking in this awesome tutorial.

hope, sweet hope... caddy tutorial by Melissa Phillips

For her tutorial Melissa Phillips shows us her beautiful style by using the Sizzix Caddy Bag Scoreboard die designed by Eileen Hull.

Earrings for Me by Vivian Keh

For Vivian Keh's tutorial she made these pretty green-blue earrings just for herself using Vintaj blanks and the Dragonfly Pond Sizzix Decoemboss die.

4th of July Cupcake Toppers by Laura Russell

Laura Russell tells us that her patriotic cupcake toppers are easy to make using her Big Shot machine and dies from Brenda Walton's collection of Sizzix dies.

Thanks A Bunch Sizzix Stand-Ups card by Genevive Rulona

Here's a really cute tutorial from Genevive Rulona showing just how thankful she is using Sizzix Stand-ups designed by Stephanie Barnard!

Mixed Media Cards by Vivian Keh

Vivian Keh has brought to us another tutorial. She's showing us a misting technique with SMOOCH Spritz from Clearsnap on these mixed media cards made using Life Made Simple dies.

Space Rocket Tutorial by Anna Karin Evaldsson

You will be blown away by Karin Evaldsson's Space Rocket tutorial! She uses the 3-D Block/Cube die with mat board and foil tape to create this whimsical steam punk project.

Happy Day Tag by Audrey Pettit

This handmade tag was vintage inspired! Audrey Pettit turned to the Tag & Tie die designed by Tim Holtz for her tutorial.

Framelits Circles, Patriotic Banner... by Hilary Kanwischer

Hilary Kanwischer LOVES holidays! For the 4th of July she made some really great crafts. For this patriotic banner all she used was the Framelits Circles dies in her Big Shot with the Magnetic Platform and a pair of cutting pads. Read how to make this effortless and charming banner here on Hilary's blog.

Hydrangea Card by Jan Hobbins

Jan Hobbins gives us a a show of flowers using Susan Tierney-Cockburn's Hydrangea Thinlits die in her tutorial for this gorgeous thank you card.

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Anna-Karin Evaldsson adds something fanciful to her projects! For her small creative journal she made this page using a few different Tim Holtz Alterations dies from Sizzix.

Enjoy. Each. Moment. card by Genevive Rulona

As a tribute to her 11th anniversary Genevive Rulona made this little reminder to enjoy every moment!

Decorated cubes with Sizzix by Mou Saha

Have you seen the artist blocks that have been made lately using Eileen Hull's 3D Block/Cube from Sizzix? Mou Saha used it like a blank canvas using Life Made Simple dies in her tutorial. You're sure to want to make one to exhibit your own original style!

Father’s Day Coupon Book

Laura Russell made a fun Father's Day Coupon Book with the Big Ticket Bigz die. On each ticket, her kids wrote little tasks and things to give to and do for dad!

Happy Graduation Card by Tami Mayberry

This card is one of two that Tami Mayberry made in her tutorial using a new card sketch with the Banners Bigz die and a couple of Textured Impressions embossing folders.

And this completes our Sizzix Inspired Must Try Tutorials by members of the Sizzix Design Team! All of the above projects were posted on each Design Team members' respective blog. If you want to read more about how to make a particular project just click on the image and you'll be whisked away to the members' blog.

Happy crafting!

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