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Monthly Archives: August 2012

Twiddleybitz & MHC final share

We are really enjoying featuring the Australian Chipboard Company Twiddleybitz.  Today we have 2 more projects form the TB girls…

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Layout by Janice Nicholls.

Twiddleybitz:0V004 Small Vintage Overlay, BAN002 Banner Small and Large Flags, GAT011 Paris Lamp Post Short

Manor House Flowers: Christmas star – snow, Winters song – Embers, Darling, Rose Leaves small, Darling, Jubilee, Whimsy – Baby Pink.

Janice Says:

I have been lucky enough to work with some beautiful Manor House Creations Flowers combined with Twiddleybitz Chipboard for the month of August.

Look at these beautiful Manor House Creations Flowers, they are the perfect  adornment for my shabby chic page along with the beautiful  Twiddleybitz Chipboard pieces.

I love the multi colour tones and details of this gorgeous flower, I have added a few more beautiful  Manor House blooms and leaves, along with  some fussy cut pieces, gauze, ribbon,and buttons and they frame my lil girl beautifully.

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Layout by Sandra Wallace.

Twiddleybitz: birdcages , Fern branches, Butterfly.

Manor House: Wishes-Serenity, Rose Leaves – Small,

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You’ll find Twiddleybitz here

DT inspiration

Hello, and welcome once again to our blog.

Our designers have been hard at work creating some wonderful projects to share with you.

Firstly, this lovely layout from Monika Martinson. Monika has a unique style, she creates wonderful 8.5 x 11 sized layouts, in landscape format.

The pretty yellow and blue colour scheme is perfect for Monika’s beach layout.

‘Splash’ Layout by Monika Martinson

MHC products used: Taniesha – yellow, Idyllic – cornflower, Royalty – duchess mix, Sublime – cream.

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Next, Ria has created this gorgeous layout. We love her unique tree idea, which features our Petite roses, and Cutie pies flowers.

‘From this day forward’ By Ria Mojica

MHC products used: Petite roses – melon, Cutie pies – burgundy

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And, lastly, another lovely layout from Monika, featuring our soft and delicate Rosettes, along with a selection of our pretty white flowers from the Winter collection.

‘Isabel and Moa’ Layout by Monika MartinsonApple blossoms

MHC Products used: Idyllic – white, Solitude, Everlasting, Rosettes – pink & white, leaves – light green.

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Cards and more

Hi, and welcome to our blog.

Today, we have some wonderful projects to share with you from our talented designer, Monika Martinson.

Monika has designed this lovely card, using our beautiful Fantasy flower as the main feature.

‘ Thank you ‘ card by Monika Martinson

MHC products used: Fantasy – moonlight, Idyllic.

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Monika is one talented lady, she actually hand draws, and then colours her own floral embellishments, as shown on the cards above and below.

Card by Monika Martinson

MHC products used: Cutie pies – burgundy, Everlasting.

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This adorable headband was also created by Monika, she has cut up an old pair of her daughters leggings as the headband, tied the leggings in a knot at the back,  and adhered some MHC flowers to it, using a hot glue gun. What a great idea, innexpensive idea. These headbands would make a wonderful gift for someone special.

Headband by Monika Martinson

MHC products used: Grandma’s garden, Chiffon.

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Thanks for visiting today, be sure to call in again tomorrow, for some more wonderful inspiration from our designers.

A step by step layout with Delaina

Hey Everyone… Delaina here with you today to share a step by step LO that I created using more beautiful Manor House Creations Flowers.


MHC Products used: Poetry- sage, Royalty- baroness mix, Apple Blossoms, Winters Song, Idyllic -burgundy and plum

I added some pretty papers from Pink Paislee to enhance these gorgeous flowers…

I used sharped point scissors to fussy cut the flowers

I will add a 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 paper and distress the edges using ink and a file….then roll the edges up just a little.

I adhered the papers, one on top of the other and with my sewing machine sewed around the inside paper a few times.

I then used a stencil and white paint with a sponge brush to apply randomly on the inside paper.

I used 3, 4″ doilies after cutting out the centers.

I layered the doilies and fussy cut flowers and a 4×6 photo.

I then add the Beautiful Manor House Flowers to each side of my photo.

My finished LO.

You’ve been spotted

Hello, and welcome once again to our monthly ‘You’ve been spotted’ post.

Making the decision on which projects to post in this segment is becoming more and more difficult all the time, the work out there in cyberspace is magnificent, and we are so excited to see so many people including Manort House Creations flowers on their projects.

Below are some of the wonderful creations we have found, using the flowers from MHC, we love seeing how our flowers are used…just take a look at these

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Firstly, this pretty layout from Karola Witczak, with our ‘Wishes – Serenity’ flower as the star of the show.

Layout ‘You are my sunshine’ By Karola Witczak.

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Next, we found this lovely layout from Camilla Ekman

Layout ‘Finast’ By Camilla Ekman

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This shabby and feminine layout from Amy Prior, features some of our flowers, along with The Scrap Cake paper collection ‘ The bright side of life’.

Layout ‘Sisterly love’ by Amy Prior

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Erin Blegan  has created this beauty, using the stunning  ‘Winter song –  snowbird’  flower

Layout ‘Yum’ by Erin Blegan

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This elegant layout was created by Nadia Cannizzo 

Layout ‘A perfect day’ by Nadia Cannizzo

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And finally, today, a beautiful layout from Helen Tilbury

Layout ‘Happy to be me’ by Helen Tilbury

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We would like to thank these talented artists for allowing us to share their beautiful work with you. and please take a minute to visit their blogs for even more detail and inspiration.

If you would like us to feature your work here on our blog, please forward your layouts to

Something a little quirky

 We have something a little different, and alot adorable to share with you today, from the very talented Morag Cutts.

She created this cute parade float as part of a special ‘Homecoming’ parade at THE DIGICHICK blogspot.

A word from Morag, ‘I created a float with a large ‘cake’ base and topped it off with a bird cage.  The float is a vibrant mix of fuscia pink, tangerine and limes – perfect for an Indian summer!’

‘A quirky twirp’ by Morag Cutts

Products used: Whimsy-pink, Jubilee – ornate orange & princess pink, Grandma’s garden – handkerchief, Rose leaves – light green medium.

OTP Inspiration

Today, we have a truly beautiful creation from Morag to share with you.

She really has outdone herself here, as Im sure you will agree. This beautiful mixed media piece includes just the right amount of ink, paint and texture. The pretty blue, green and white are a perfect colour choice to highlight the MHC Winters song flowers at their best.

Morag has given the MHC leaves a light brush over with white paint to blend in with the rest of the design.

Notice the hint of aqua spray ink on the white flowers.

‘Home’ frame by Morag Cutts

MHC products used: Winters song – Sleepy hollow, Mittens, Snowbird, Mascarpone, leaves.

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