We’ve added a heap of new brands to our supplier list over the last few months, and we’ll be introducing them in a series of Monday posts. We’re excited to announce that we’re now the distributor for Twiddleybitz – who create a range of stunning intricately cut chipboard embellishments, mini albums and beyond the pages items. Enjoy these fabulous projects created by our design team with their gorgeous products.
Nic was thrilled with the addition of Twiddleybitz to the Aussie Scrap Source line-up, she'd seen the gorgeous product online and couldn't wait to add some to her creations. Among Nic's favourites were the butterflies and the the bullrush & butterfly border. However Nic also noticed Twiddleybitz have a large range of OTP and mini-books. It was a minibook and black butterflies that Nic decided she would start with. Watch out for the bullrush and butterfly border in a project to come!
Instead of creating a mini album with the Twiddleybitz heart mini book Chris decided to lay the pages flat and glue them together to make this wall hanging for her daughter. After inking the pages of the album with Hero Arts Memories black ink Chris taped the pages together on the back and at the centre on the front. She then adhered Luxe Simply Pink paper at the backing to the wall hanging.
Chris also inked the Twiddleybitz flourish with black ink and then used dimensional magic to adhere the Pink Paislee Pixee Stix coconut glitter. Basic Grey rhinestones were used for extra bling and WRMK fabric flowers for another girly touch!
The crowns on the girls heads were cut out from the Luxe Color Me 'diva' paper.
The potential for creating a standout project is definitely there with the Twiddleybitz butterfly album. Jaimie had a ball inking and Glimmer Misting the album before adhering her chosen paper to each page. The BasicGrey Precision File Kit came in handy for all those intricate pieces making sure the album had a smooth finish.
Jaimie chose photos of her daughter from the same shoot and showcased them on each of the double pages. After adhering her background paper and photo she then added fabric, ribbon, chipboard pieces, stickers, brads, bling and stamped images to create this vintage shabby chic style project. Don't be afraid to experiment with various ranges as you may be surprised at what goes with what.