Monday, September 10, 2012

Twinchie Cube.

Recipe.
Take some cardboard and make a cube 2"x 2". Cover with pva glue and old torn up serviettes. Dry in airing cupboard over night.

 Next cover with design paper of your choice. This is autumn leaves on a brown background from a free pad in a magazine.

 Then select pictures as your background theme. These are from a pad by Crafty Individuals.
 Then away you go . Embellish to your hearts desire. Side 1 has  chain from an old necklace buttons and the base from an acorn.

 Side 2. Embroidered lace, odd bead, flower die shapes,string and a dried flower head.
 Side 3. Oddment of lace and interesting seed heads from the garden.

Side 4. Shrink plastic leaves made from a stamped image, string and ferns from the pond.
 The top. String bow, lace flower and a small pin with beads.
 My idea of Autumn on a box.
And just to show that 2 into 5 does go I would like to enter into the current
Show us your Twinchies  2"x 2": Autumn.
Pixies Crafty Workshop #37: Use up your snippets. (From the snippet box or garden).
Also the following :
Heck of a challenge: Anything Goes.
Anything but a Card: Anything Goes.
Challenges 4 Everybody: Anything Goes.
Tuesday Alchemy: Anything  Goes.
Papertake Weekly: Anything Goes:
Whoopsie daisy Challenge: Buttons or Bows.
2 Sisters challenge: Fall
Lollipop Crafts: Fall Frolic.  





41 comments:

  1. Well how clever is this! I love this idea and your twinchie cube is just gorgeous!

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  2. Oh yeah, thanks for joining us at Anything But a Card Challenge! I was so excited about the twinchie cube I forgot to add that! :)

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  3. I adore all the little things you added to your box inchie, how adorable! Especially all the outdoor touches! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

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  4. Oh wow Mrs A, this is wonderful! Love all the little things you've added to make such a super-special twinchie cube.

    Now, as for the abseiling - take care and remember to fasten your safety clip thingies round the washing line!!

    Hugs, Di xx

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  5. Oh this is quite a transformation loved how you took the step by step!!

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  6. This is beautiful, so much detail and beautifully embellished.
    Thank you for joining us at Whoopsi Daisy this week.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. This is beautiful - so creative
    Kate
    xx

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  8. This is totally awesome Mrs A ! What a fantastic idea ! Love the embellies and images you have used... Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

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  9. Gorgeous project. I love all the different embellishments you have used, very creative. Thank you for joining us at 2 Sisters this week. Good luck. Hugs, Jill x

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  10. Ferns from your pond how gorgeous is that! I love your twinchie box there is so much to look at and what a great way to use up little bits and bobs. Thank you for joining us in our first anything but a card challenge.

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  11. I have just stopped off and put the laptop up on the Pink & Decker so I can pop by and see you. This is gorgeous Mrs A! Soo much detail on this. Surprised you have time at the moment....some of us are busy trying to get the roof on before the heavens open!
    Right now....where is the electric saw gone? Tally ho!

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  12. Great idea for using your wonderfully collaged twinchies, bravo

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  13. Is this a prototype for summat in the playground?

    It's gorgeous and dinky. Dunno how you managed to get so much stuff on it and still make it look wonderful. . . if I tried that . . . well, lets just say you'd laugh!

    Thank goodness the roofs going up on the tree house, think we might need it.

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  14. Thank you for entering this twinchie box into our challenge, good luck Hun xxx Zoe DT xxx

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  15. This is gorgeous i love it . well done . Thanks for joining us at challenges 4 everybody . Trisha x DT.

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  16. Wow Mrs A - STUNNING!!!! What a transformation from the first picture to the last - & you've put so much into it!

    We DID make it to the party on time - in fact we were a little early - Doh!!! I could have bought more at the craft show!!!!!

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  17. How fabulous what a super creation.
    Thank you for joining us at The Whoopsi Daisy Challenge this week.
    PS...there is a freebie image for you to download called "With Love "
    you can find her here-
    http://linnie-whoopsiedaisy.blogspot.co.uk/
    Hugs Elaine

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  18. This has to be a first for me: a twinchie box! I love it! What makes your post even better than just a beautiful project is that you share with us how it was made. So much texture, colour and gorgeous elements.
    Thank you so much for sharing with us at ABAC's first challenge and I so hope you'll join us again.
    Juliax

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  19. Hello Mrs A!! Hope all is well with you! Oh my...what a gorheous creation!!! Love all the pretty details, what a fantastic idea!! LOVE IT! Thanks for joining us over at Tuesday Alchemy this week! Good Luck! Hugs and sunshine

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  20. How fabulous. I love all your embellishments.
    Lynne xxx

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  21. Heavens above, Mrs A, how did you get all that prettiness onto one tiny cube? And super pretty at that! However, one of us needs to take an Ishihara test and given that a failure to see purple as purple seems to be a family trait I don't think it's me! Hugs, Lesley

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  22. What a fun project!! Love how it turned out! :) Thanks for joining us at ABAC :) :) :)

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  23. great idea! it came out nice!

    Thanks so much for joining us this week on
    Tuesday Alchemy.
    Cheers!
    Kelli
    Loves Happy Hour

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  24. gorgeous decoration !! all the sides are beautiful ,, a lovely work of art :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Papertake Weekly Challenge :-)
    luv
    Lols x x x

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  25. This is so cute...love the concept and the smallness of it:) Just gorgeous!
    xx

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  26. So clever in this design and your use of all the wonderful objects that made box so beautiful. You are a true artist, seeing the beauty & usefulness in your 'found' objects. TFS

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  27. Wow, Mrs A! That is stunning! LOVE it! Off to Rwanda a week on Saturday. What shall I bring back for the playground to you think,lol?

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  28. A beautiful Twinchies...I love it.

    Sandie x

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  29. Hi Mrs A

    Very creative!!!

    Who would have thought you could fit so much detail onto such a small surface area!

    So much texture and so many interesting elements to see. I find something different every time I look.

    I hope you are having a good week and not getting to bogged down with all the TH construction supervision LOL!!!

    Love Jules xx

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  30. What a clever idea, I love it. Great way to show off all your fabulous Autumn twinchies. xx

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  31. Darling idea. I love how this small item has a big impact. Thanks for joining us over at ABAC.

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  32. wow Mrs A. I dips me lid to your patience to doo all those weeny details on all those twinchie sides great share! My boys say hi and wonder when your boys are out of rehab.? :D Shaz in Oz.x

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  33. fab creation love all the details thanks for sharing with us at 2 sisters this week good luck with the challenge Tracy x

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  34. This is lovely! Thanks for joining us this week at Whoopsi Daisy Challenge! Best of luck in the draw! Hope to see you Monday with the new challenge!
    Hugs,
    Karen C

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  35. loving your cube,thanks for shareing at heck of a challenge xxx

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  36. wow this is amazing - what wonderful detail!! thanks for joining us with our 1st challenge at 'a heck of a challenge xx'

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  37. Love this....great to see each stage as the box grew.

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