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There are three responses to a piece of design — yes, no, and WOW! WOW is the one to aim for.


I painted the easel and dress form white then distressed both. Once I had all of the elements attached to the 6×6 easel my lovely hubby then attached the dress form to the side of the easel with the use of wire and hot glue..so Miss Charlotte is now the main element feature of my OTP project. The angel wings were created using the Xmas Tinsel bow and cutting in half, it made the most gorgeous wings.
I recoloured the Melon Petite Roses with Pink Bubb Glimmermist and with help of the already melon colour they went to a lovely shade of hot pink, must to my liking. I also pulled away some of the backing layers on a couple of the roses to make them smaller and more petite.

Today we are once again featuring the Australian Chipboard Company Twiddleybitz.  This time its our fabulous Joanne Bain showing this extremely stylish piece she created not only in her head, but with her  Twiddleybitz products.

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And here’s todays’ product…
Easel by Joanne Bain
Manor House products used – My favourite flowers from the winter release – Petite Roses – Marshmellow, Petite Roses – Cream & Petite Roses – Melon.
Twiddleybitz products used – 6×6 MDF Easel – MDF06 (supplied by MHC), Steam Punk Gears Border – SPK008, Flourish Corners 4 pack – FLOR17, Steam Punk Clock with Gears – SPK005, Steam Punk Gear Corner – SPK004, Xmas Tinsel Bow – XMAS024 & MDF Miss Charlotte – MDF013.