Saturday, November 5, 2011

Welcome to The Twiddleybitz Blog Hop #7

Well....it's now my turn to show you a new Twiddleybitz project.......By now you have seen many creations from our FANTASTIC design team, so you should be getting loads of Twiddleybitz Inspiration.  If you have followed the hop from the beginning...... dont forget to leave a comment to enter the running for the RAK giveaways.....If you leave a comment after my post.....you could win my RAK....I will post the name of the winner on Monday.....and if you are the WINNER.......Get back to me with your email...and I will organise to post out your RAK......(Jump FOR JOY)   Cool....Ok !!!!

Well...this is my Floating frame called "A Fairy Teaparty".....made of course ...with Heaps of Twiddleybits .....
This is a list of the products used...and Instructions....


FRA001 1 x Floating Frame
BOR019 1 x Fairy Border
FAIR003 1 x Fairy Waving
MUSH001 1 x Tall Mushroom
MUSH003 1 x Row of Mushrooms
TEA001 1 x Teapot and Cups
WOR067 1 x Word Tea Party
WOR063 1 x Word Fairy Princess
BIR010 1 x Totally Tweet Oval Cage and Bird
FER02 1 x Fine Fern Leaves Assorted
FER03 1 x Fine Fern Leaves Large
ER004 1 x multi pack fern leaves
Step1
Assemble the Floating frame as per instructions enclosed with the product. Cover the front
and outside of the frame with paper. I have used Webster paper from the Christmas range.
Then paint the inside of the frame, both front and back of the acrylic. Only remove the adhesive
cover from the acrylic after the paint is dry.
Step2
Paint the mushrooms and apply Dimension magic, to create a high shine. Paint the Fairy border
and the single fairy in your chosen colours....and then apply glitter. Leave these all to dry.
Step3
To the back of the acrylic, add some texture by adding some burlap, a little lace and some
white netting. Print poem out onto some white paper making sure the printed part is only
about 3 x 3.5”. But leave extra paper top and bottom, of the print when trimming.
Add two sticks (collected from garden or park) and wrap top and bottom of the poem, then
glueing to make scroll. I also added some gauze and some beads to decorate.
Step4
Start glueing the mushrooms and the fairies, into place in the Frame. Glue some Webster
rosette ribbons (green) in and around the bottom of the frame to represent grass. Position the
poem scroll and glue to the back. Paint birdcage and bird (add a feather if you wish) for wing.
Slightly bend the birdcage so it is curved, instead of flat, and add some ribbon to the top, and
some German Scrap to the bars of the cage.
Step5
Paint all the fine fern leaves, and layer and glue behind the large mushroom. When dry, glue
on beads and some pearl sprays.(used in Wedding decoration). Paint the words, removing any
words not needed. Add glitter and allow to dry. Run the teapot and cups, through the cuttlebug
with an embossing folder to add some texture. Then paint and add some German Scrap, which
can also be painted, then inked to enhance texture.
Step6
Add some prima flowers to the bottom right hand corner. Paint and then glue, 2 x fern leaves from
multi pack,tucked under the flowers. Then position teapot and cups...glue down. Lastly, glue down
the words “Fairy Tea Party”...

So...I hope you you have loads of fun...recreating some of the projects you've seen this weekend.....And somewhere in my blog is a secret word that will be obvious, hopefully to all.  Dont forget to collect the secret words as you go to collect a phrase.....Once you have them all....to the very last on our blog hop list.....
Send the phrase to Sandra on the Ning...as there will be another prize draw.........
I have always loved working with Twiddleybitz  over the years....Its by far my favorite chipboard.....in fact the only brand I use !!!!!!!
Next in line on the Blog Hop is the FABULOUS and Very talented  Rachel Walsh....You can find a link to her blog on the right handside o fmy blog under Twiddleybitz Design Team....or link back to the Ning.  Dont forget to leave a comment....
Hope you win !!!
TTFN
Carol

47 comments:

  1. Hi Carol, Fabulous work, I can see lots of hours in this beautiful creation. Love it.

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  2. OMG...that creation is certainly a reason to jump for joy.....:)

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  3. I love it you are so clever I am going to be working very hard this summer I can see

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  4. I think this would be the perfect gift FOR JOY my Niece, Thanks for the idea :-)

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  5. i wish for peace and For Joy to the world and I love this beautiful floating frame

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  6. stunning as always Carol. :-)

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  7. Hi Carol,
    What a masterpiece! I love all the detail and pretty colours:)
    Huggs
    Lynn

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  8. S.T.U.N.N.I.N.G!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  9. What a beautiful masterpiece, love it!!!
    Sharon

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  10. Your projects are always amazing, you always add so much detail !!!

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  11. OMG that is amazing!!! i love it!! my daughter would love it too!!!
    michelle

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  12. A beautiful project Carol
    I would certainly jump FOR JOY if I could achieve such a beautiful piece.
    Thank you so much for sharing

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  13. I would jump for joy owning one of your creations!

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  14. Beautiful Carol. So much detail.
    Jodee Lockman

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  15. I'd jump for joy if I won this RAK. You're an inspiration. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. What Joy this bring to my heart,,, Beautifully made xoxo

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  17. Just beautiful and thanks for the tutorial
    Sherie
    ree70@hotmail.com

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  18. http://www.rachels-creations.blogspot.com/
    Rachels blog ;-)

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  19. such an adorable project...beautiful. Judie Willoughby

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  20. AMAZING....certainly had me ready to jump FOR JOY....thanks so much for your inspirational work!!
    Kathie
    xoxo

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  21. STUNNING ... so fairy !!!!!!!
    Love it :)

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  22. Love everything you do Carol!!!
    You are the Queen of white!!!
    I hope this is at penrith so I get to see it irl tomorrow :)

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  23. Absolutely stunning Carol - but then I expect nothing less of you LOL! Hope I'll get to see this IRL sometime soon. xxx

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  24. Carol photos do not do your awesomeness justice. Your work has to be seen in real life to be believed. YOU ROCK.

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  25. Hi Carol, your project is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. I can see many reasons to jump for joy

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  27. Seeing the final product would definately see you jump for joy. An awesome OTP.

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  28. Carol, your Fairy Tea Party project is awesome.... You create such amazing OTP projects. Your attention to detail creates perfection - as always.... Hugs x

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  29. If only I had a little girl to create art like this for, I'd jump for joy

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  30. What an awesome project, those fairies are so lucky!!!

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  31. Wow, stunning. Im sure my little girl would jump for joy if I made that for her!!! LOL
    Angela Hincks

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  32. Beautiful work, I know my daughter would be bouncing for joy if I made one!

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  33. Really really beautiful.Such a inspiration. Thank you.
    Jenni Jones

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  35. such a lovely creation. great work. twiddleybitz has so much great stuff for making OTP projects.
    Kirsten

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  36. CS Lewis once said "I sometimes wonder whether all pleasures are not substitutes for joy".

    Come on Clive - that was his first name, you see - surely seeking joy is part of the pleasure, how else can we justify our addiction to all things paper, sparkles and colour?

    One only needs to look at Carol's floating fairies to see joy personified :)

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  37. I love your floating fairies teaparty! It's gorgeous! And VERY inspiring!

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  38. That is one of the most beautiful pieces ever! Brings out the child in me!

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  39. tried all weekend to post ...got stuck on yours and JO's ....

    trying again now, Jo;s worked....hope this does too

    really love your project and how cute are the Fairy Borders

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  40. Absolutely gorgeous Carol, I'd love to be the lucky winner.

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  41. Oh my daughter would LOVE this! She's really in to fairies at the moment. I love how you've used a couple of different tones to make the fairy sillouhettes really pop... :D

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  42. Absolutely Pure Joy and Magic you have created here Carol

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  43. I love all the floating frames I have seen, still haven't created one for myself, on my to do list, thanks for the inspiration, keep up the great work Carol.

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  44. Beautiful work and wonderful prize Carol! Would be a big jump FOR JOY! lol
    hugz x

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