Here's my take on the Twist Cube ... no twisting involved!
I thought, and I do hate to be redundant ...
(I'd so much rather have a clever different way to say this)
... so again, I thought ...
What a great way to showcase six little Christmas
icons - all at a cute little 3" x 3" size!!!
Here they are:
The Christmas Puppy
The Christmas Kitty
The Christmas Star - all tangled in lights ...
A Snowman with Earmuffs!
A Snowman in a Floppy Hat - with Jingle Bell ...
and lastly, my personal favorite:
A Snowman in a Woolly Tasseled Scarf!!
If you're ready to move on, just click the
Sizzix Blog Hop blinkie at the top right side of this post ...
... if you'd like to see more,
here are a few Work In Progress photos:
This is what we all started with ^
I painted a sheet of textured acrylic paper black.
I cut the painted paper into six 3" x 3" squares;
distressed the edges with a sanding block ...
... made myself six small patterns ...
... transferred each pattern onto a paper square
with white transfer paper ...
... painted, shaded, highlighted, and then outlined
the details with a permanent marker.
Assembled the cube, and centered a painted paper
square onto each side of the cube.
I used red line tape to adhere the centers
of each paper square ...
... then glued around the edges to keep them from curling.
I can't wait for the hop this morning -
to see what these amazingly creative designers
have done with the Twist Cube!