October 17, 2012

A Memory House Alteration with Leeann Pearce

Hello Twiddley Fans,

LEEANN PEARCE has done a fabulous job of altering our brand new MDF House Memory Tray.
You can't help but smile at this totally sweet creation, totally wall worthy indeed. 

Leeann shares her creative process:

House Printer Tray by Leeann Pearce

Twiddleybitz product list:     
MDF 033 House printer tray                                            
NERO008 Nero Wrought Iron Fler De Lys                       
ALPHA005B Itty bitty alphabet black                                
XMAS010 Chipboard Christmas advent house             
CUST001 Birds and Trinkets                                         

Note: Only One of the scallop borders was used from the Christmas advent house

List of other NON Twiddleybitz materials:

Hambly clear stickers
Hambly washi tapes
Bella blvd washi tapes
Amy tangerine washi tapes
Hambly printed overlays
Prima decorative wood tiles
Prima ruby violet embellishments
Prima rose
Unknown hand painted home tile
 AC-Dear Lizzy chipboard tag
Tim Holtz bingo number
Tim Holtz distress stain, mustard seed, stormy sky rusty hinge, fired brick
A flair for buttons
Kaiser bling
Studio calico wood veneer cameras
Little birds and metal knob unknown
Basic Grey PB&J Chevron pattern paper

Step 1: Prima all the raw chipboard with gesso 2 coats
Step 2: Spatter distress stain randomly over the base of house.
Step 3: Embellish randomly with strips of washi tape.
Step 4: Glue all the primed chipboard pieces together.
Allow to fully dry
Step 5: Start arranging and adhering clear stickers.
Step 6: Arrange other embellishments and adhere in place.
Step 7: Print and trim photo to fit in box.
Step 8: Cover chipboard squares in pattern paper and adhere to house.
Step 9: Cut to size hambly printed overlays and glue in place.
Step10: Finish off by adding the rest of your embellishments and washi tape to floor and roof.
Step 11: Touch up any areas with white paint.

- Use liquid clear drying glue.
- Allow correct drying time.
- Pre-arrange all embellishment before gluing in place.

 Happy Creating

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