August 25, 2012

Craftin' with Twine!

Welcome to the "My Favorite {CTMH} Things" Blog Hop!

Our Playing With Paper team is sharing artwork featuring some of our favorite products from Close To My Heart {CTMH} Scrapbooking & Stamping. If you have come here from Paisleys Playhouse, then you are on the right path:)

I have been craftin' with one my new favorites: Baker's Twine Paradise Assortment from CTMH!

This Twine Assortment comes in the yummy summery and fall colors of Creme Brulee, Lagoon, Smoothie, Sunset. CTMH Baker's Twine is extremely versatile & super quick to use. Here's 4 uses to inspire ya!

  Creative Use for CTMH Baker's Twine #1: Buttons & Borders
Simply attach baker's twine with mini glue dots or weave through buttons & you're done!

{fav. CTMH items in Paradise project: buttons, baker's twine, and kraft cardstock}

Creative Use for CTMH Baker's Twine #2: Banners
Simply stamp pennant alphabet letters & add bows of baker's twine to form banner!

{fav. CTMH items in Pennant project: pennant alphabet stamps, baker's twine, and stickease}

 Creative Use for CTMH Baker's Twine #3: Tags
Simply tie baker's twine to handle in a bow & wrap around tag for an instant embellishment!

{fav. CTMH items in Tag project: dimensional element tags, baker's twine, and ink stamp pads}

Creative Use for Baker's Twine #4: Make a Grid
Simply line up baker's twine and adhere into a tic-tac-toe grid for an instant youthful element!

{fav. CTMH items in Scrapbook project: all things Smoothie, I'm obsessed!}

Isn't baker's twine fun?! Shop around for the twine color palette that suits your craftin' style: 

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  1. Great ideas...I love that you gave a variety of projects!

    1. Thanks Jayma! Paper Crafts Magazine inspired me with some of these ideas:) Thanks too for all your snail mail love recently, it was a highlight of my week! I'm blessed to have you as an upline & friend {who I need to meet in person sooner or later...maybe Convention someday!}.

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    1. thanks Amy! Do you have any blog posts on how you do what you do with markers? Would love to learn more:)

  3. Thanks for sharing this, Rachel! I have to keep note of your inspiring ideas!