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|This is what my spinner looks like, but times 4. I have 4 units stacked |
on top of each other (this is not recommended, by the way). I think it
is recommend that you can stack 3 units safely, but 4 works for me
very well -- plus my space is very limited.
|Fun, huh? All ready to go back to my art studio.|
The new topper on my spinner is made from a 4.5" round chip-
board box I had in my stash of stuff. I painted it black and used
some Graphic 45 papers to trim it out. I used a matte gel medium
to "glue" everything down and a coat on top to finish it off. Next,
I added a black ceramic knob to the lid of the box.
The base of the spinner I painted black and trimmed out with a
piece of the same Graphic 45 paper that I used on the topper.
Look what I put in the box! Here is the PERFECT place to store
those extra blending pads.
|Close up of finished box before adding it to the top of the spinner. |
I put a hole in the center of the bottom of the box (about 1/4") to
slip over the top of the spinner. I didn't replace the "handle" that
came with the spinner--I just used a bolt to hold it together. I
also put a hole in the center of the lid (about 1/4") for the knob.
DCWV had a gorgeous booth at CHA this past week! What a
creative way to display their product!
This was my favorite--probably because of the
beautiful roses. (double-click photo for larger view)
|Another beautiful gown . . .|
|Back view of train|