Hello! I just wanted to pop by really quickly and announce the winner of the 5 spool of Divine Twine giveaway. The winner is:
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April 20th, 2014 § 1 comments
Hi friends! Happy Easter to those who celebrate it and happy Sunday to everyone else! Today, I’m posting a card I made with some Solid Divine Twine. I love the new colors and decided to combine them with some of the old colors of Solid Divine Twine to make these little banners for an Easter card. These mini banners would also be cute in scrapbooks, as a little banner for cupcakes suspended on toothpicks or lollipop sticks, on embroidery hoop art, or even in a doll house. Supplies:
Solid Divine Twine in Orange, Deep Pink, Navy, Aqua, Yellow, Light Pink, and Coral
Card Stock and Patterned Paper
Stamps and Ink
For more of my work, check out my blog: Heart Hugs Designs.
April 18th, 2014 § 1 comments
Happy Friday! Shirley Carnos is back as this week’s Guest Designer with some beautiful Mini-Albums that are incredibly simple to make. Take a look at the supply list, only three items on each! And… a little secret, the Silver Bitty Bags she uses are now 30% off on our website! Plus, the bitty size makes them great for gift giving or commemorating a special event.
Matchbook Bitty Bag Mini Album
Made Matchbook style, Shirley uses a paisley pattern for a sophisticated look and Silver Polka Dot Little Bitty Bags to create her pages. Then, she inserts the eyelets and there you go, a mini-album. You can use the pages as your scrapbooking canvas and the pockets the bags create to insert photos, ticket stubs or other memorobilia.
Silver Polka Dot Little Bitty Bag – Now 30%Off!
Twine-bound Bitty Bag Mini-Album
In this little beauty, Shirley uses the eyelets to bind the album and adds Divine Twine for a splash of color. Again, the pages of the book double as pockets for all your pictures and treasures!
For more fresh ideas by Shirley, visit her blog at shirley shirley bo birly. Thanks for sharing, Shirley!
April 16th, 2014 § 1 comments
April 15th, 2014 § 0 comments
Hi friends! Today, I have an amazing idea from design team member Landee Anderson. Landee made these super cute baseball themed goodie bags with just a few supplies. Masculine projects are usually so hard to make but Landee makes this so simple and cute! These Bitty Bags are perfect for a party favor at a baseball or sports themed party or at the end of the season party/dinner for a baseball team. You could also use this for a softball team.
For step by step instructions and the free baseball printable, check out Landee’s post HERE.
April 14th, 2014 § 1 comments
Hi friends! Today, I have a bonus project from design team member Rachel McAffee to share with you. Rachel made these super sweet Bitty Bags for her Easter table. These Bitty Bags can double as a favor bag and a place card. Our Kraft bags are so neural that they go perfect with any color scheme. Rachel made these so soft and lovely with pastel colors! Supplies:
White Chevron Little Bitty Bags
White Polka Dot Little Bitty Bags
Plain Kraft Little Bitty Bags
Cotton Candy Divine Twine
Easter Die Cuts
Gift Wrap Shred
For more of Rachel’s work, check out her blog: Fawn Prints.
April 11th, 2014 § 1 comments
Is it Friday already?! It must have been a great week when you hear yourself saying that! Our Guest Designer this Friday is Lindsay Amrhein showing us her spin on a brown paper package tied up with string — or, more exactly, Divine Twine. She wraps Coral around this white on kraft Chevron Bitty Bag. You could also use a white Polka Dot or even white Striped Bitty Bag. Wouldn’t that be cute, too? A simple sentiment on the Sweet Sticky Label with several colorful, enamel dots and you have yourself a simply, perfect package!
For more creative packaging ideas by Lindsay, please check out her blog at Note To Self. She’ll be back in two weeks with more of her fun flair. Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
April 10th, 2014 § 5 comments
Hi friends! Today, I have a fun project from design team member Amy Tsuruta to share with you. Amy created this super trendy bag using one of our Plain Kraft Bitty Bags and stamps. Both neon and brush script/calligraphy are so on trend right now. This is a great way to follow trends without having to commit to buying a whole bunch of bags. With stamping, printing with your computer, embossing, or even handwriting or drawing you can take a simple plain bag and turn it into something trendy.
For more of Amy’s work, check out her blog: Tsuruta Designs.