Twinchies with Misty Mountains

Hello everyone,

Something a bit different today with these little Twinchies using the Misty Mountains collection.


My brief was to make a 3d project so I decided to do some of these little squares. These particular ones are two inches square hence them being called Twinchies.


First off I covered each one of them with a paper from the 6×6 pad


Next I stamped some butterflies from the ‘Butterflies’ stamp onto some of the papers,cut them out then mounted them on to the covered twinchies.



I die cut various little flowers and leaves and used stickers from the Sticker Sheet and Collectables all mounted on to foam tape to embellish them together with some wine  and lilac gems

To finish off I dotted around some of the edges with a white pen, and used an Orchid mini ink pad to edge round them all.


I really enjoyed doing these for a change, they come together quite quickly and are really fun to do

~ Denise ~


Time for some Twinchies with Christmas Edition

Hi everyone,

Denise here with my third project using the gorgeous  Christmas Edition Kaisercraft Collection.071Something a bit different today, some Twinchies. I think they may become my new obsession!

These are really quick to put together and can be used on cards, or scrapbook layouts,or framed in a box frame.


They start life as little card squares. You can paint them or ink them to start then stamp straight on to them if you wish. I decided to cover them with some of the papers from the Christmas Edition Kaisercraft collection.

Paper Pack - Christmas Edition Collection

They are also great for using your scraps up if you have some.

I covered them with papers then used lots of different products to decorate them.

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The three above were covered with papers from the 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad, and decorated with die cuts from the Collectables.


These were also covered using papers from the 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad, some of the Collectables, some Diamond Stickles, a wood flourish word ‘Joy’. I coloured the berries and poinsettias with a Kaisercolour Gel Pen.

Last but not least, I inked around all of them with some distress ink and doodled around the edges with a black Kaiserpen.

These were really fun to do, you can let your imagination loose and soon make a few !

~ Denise~