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Sunday, 17 November 2013

Glamour and Glitz over at The Show Us Your Twinchies Challenge


Good morning blogland and welcome to Erin who joined my followers yesterday.  

We are half way through the month already, how time is flying Christmas will be upon us before we know where we are.  This month the  Challenge over at Show Us Your Twinchie blog is anything goes but we are asking you to Show Us Your Bling too, so come on get out the glitz and make some glittery twinchies.

For those of you who are wondering what a twinchie is, it is a 2 inch square piece of artwork.  An ideal way to use off cuts of card, die cuts, stamps, anything you want as long as it is a 2 inch square. 

Here are Just a few glamourous, glitzy twinchies to encourage you to have a go.




 Die cuts, acrylic pint, treasure gold, embossing and gems on these three.





Buterflies, glitter, gems, stamping and embossing on these three.

Come on ladies join in the fun and get out your glitz and glamour, there are still two weeks left to enter the November  Show Us Your Twinchies Challenge.

11 comments:

KarinsArtScrap said...

these are looking great Sylv.

gr karin

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

Wonderful, I just love that one in silver with the bird. Perfect little masterpiece. Cheers, Holley

Kate M said...

Great glamourous glitzy twinchies.
xx

Linda Simpson said...

These are just gorgeous as always Sylv.

Hugs
Linda xxx

ionabunny said...

Gorgeous Sylv. Great bling

jane stillman said...

What a fabulous showcase of twinchies, I bet you had fun at Hel's workshop x

Reusing with Quilling said...

I loved the one with foil most out of all !

Barbara said...

Wow Sylv, these are all so fabulous....cant't pick a fave although the 2 with the flourishes & butterflies are brill! It was so good meeting up with you today, really enjoyed it xx

Debbie Fisher said...

Awww wonderful Twinchies all do beautiful love them xxx

Laine said...

These are a delight Sylv. So much detail on so small a space.
Laine
xx

Scrapmate said...

It's been a while since I did any twinchies, they are fun to do and a bit more manageable than an inchie. I like the texture on these.