Moms: Brag n’ Grab for your chance to win!

April 26th, 2017 § 2 comments § permalink

Hi everyone,

This year, to celebrate #MothersDay, we’re doing a fun Brag & Grab promotion: 

Share a photo with us via social media (@WhiskerGraphics) of a craft project you’ve created with your child(ren) and we’ll reply with a code to save you 25% off your next Whisker Graphics purchase!

Plus, everyone who participates is entered into a random drawing to win a #DivineTwine trio in your choice of colors with matching Little and Middy #BittyBags!

We’re looking forward to seeing your fun project photos come in – thanks in advance for joining in our Brag n’ Grab!


The Whisker Graphics Team

Making a Ghostly Candle!

October 27th, 2016 § 0 comments § permalink


Joanna S with My Paper World

Created a creepy candle. She wrapped it with our Whisker Graphics Black Diamond Twine from the Metallics collection:

She then added some spider web and die cut with Halloween motive, with a little bit of Orange Solid Divine Twine as an accent.

In the end she added a few spiders and some black & orange mists!

Boo!  All Done and ready for those Trick-or Treater’s at the front door.



Creative Halloween Treat Bags

October 25th, 2016 § 0 comments § permalink




Michelle P. is back today with a little Halloween treat that she made for one of her good friends.  Halloween is her jam.  She’s in to those little candy skulls, sugar skulls, whatever they are called.  You know, those skulls that are all colorful and cute ….even though they are still a skull!  She picked up some of her favorite chocolates, and some cute skull tin candies and packaged them up all funlike using pieces from our Whisker Graphics website like this super cool Divine Twine Twist in Halloween pattern.












Bags are the best for wonky-shaped things.  Don’t get me wrong, I love me some gift wrapping with boxes and paper too, but a bag will accommodate just about anything.

These Horizontal Stripe Middy Bitty Bags in orange and black are naturally perfect for the occasion.













I die cut a little banner piece, and the numbers 31 (for October 31st) in purple because sometime over the last 10 years Halloween colors went from black and orange to black and orange and purple and green, right?















I used a Large Colored Tag in green and layered fun bits with it using dimensional adhesive.  Dimensional adhesive is so great.  Adding spaced layers while being your adhesive.


























And then I stacked my bags together, tied my twine around it, layered on my tag – and we are gift-ready!




Happy Halloween!


Check out all of Michelle work @


USA String Art

October 4th, 2016 § 0 comments § permalink




Hi, Connie here with a fun USA string art project using the Divine Twine  Red, White & Blue.  Divine Twine is just like stitching with thread but so much easier.  The twine doesn’t get tangled like the thread does making it easier to stitch string art designs.
Products used:









After the placement of the colors were determined I started stitching with the white twine first.  I threaded a needle with a big eye and began sewing like I would on material.










I skipped around with the because I was curious about how it would look.  So I stitched a few rows of red, and then went back and filled in with the white twine.  When the stitching was completed the stars were added along with the button and sticker. I’m pretty sure it will be the star of my Christmas tree this year.



Thanks for stopping by,
Connie Mercer

Visit Connie M. @ CraftyGoodies

BOO! The Countdown to Halloween

September 22nd, 2016 § 3 comments § permalink



Kerry M.  could not wait any longer.  She and her kids just love October 31 and had to make something Halloween themed!




















Supplies used: 

  • Little Bitty Bags Diagonal, Chevron and Polka Dot in black, gray, green, orange, yellow and purple
  • Divine Twine in solid black, orange, yellow and purple
  • Divine Twine Bamboo in solid gray
  • Divine Twine Petite in solid green
  • Middy Bitty Bucket in Diagonal black
  • Two black foam boards  20 x 30 inches
  •  Two pieces of gray paper  8.5 x 11 inches
  •  Square scallop die cut  1 inch x 1 inch
  •  Circle die cut 3.5 x 3.5 inches
  • One black ink pad and number stamp set
  • One piece of chalk
  • One tape measure
  • Double sided sticky tape
  • Circle hole punch 1 inch
  • Various Halloween stickers and gems



How to Step-by-Step: 














  • Fold over the back edge of each Bitty Bag by 0.75 inches and tape  down












  • Die cut 31 gray, scalloped squares












  • Stamp 1-31 on gray, scalloped squares using number stamp set and black ink











  • Decorate front of each bag with twine, Halloween stickers and gems













  • Use chalk to mark  one of the black foam boards for cutting ( 10 x 20 inches on left side and 4 inches wide for chimney )













  • Cut foam board along chalk lines














  • Assemble haunted house from foam board pieces and tape together













  • Tape down bag #1 to chimney and bags #2-4 to layered roof top















  • Tape down bags #5-30, leaving room for a door













  • Die cut large circle gray paper and cut in fourths to make 2 round windows















  • Cut gray door using half a piece of gray paper
  • Use hole punch to create door knob















  • Decorate Bitty Bucket and label it #31













  • Fill bags and bucket with candy, movie tickets or jewelry and enjoy!



Your Done!!




Find everything you need to make this project @ Whisker Graphics!

Thank-you Bitty Bag with a Little Love!

September 15th, 2016 § 1 comment § permalink



Noe I.G., one of our International Whisker Graphics Design Team members from Spain created this beautiful ‘Thank-you’ Bitty Bag with lots of gorgeous details!


Hi everyone!!!

It´s Noe here sharing with you my first post as DT Member of Whiskers Graphics … I’m so happy for being part of This wonderful team!

For my first post I made a Thankful packaging using “Middy Bitty Bags – Plain Brown 5×7´5” and “Solid Red Bamboo Twine”.

Very easy to make… Cut with your Big Shot or similar machine your favourite pattern on adhesive vinyl and place in the center of your bag… Then, add some pretty ribbon, stamp your sentiment and finally, surrounds the bag with a piece of twine to finish decorating your packaging… Love Backer twine for finish my Projects!!


Hope you like it!!”

Noelia I.G

Follow Noe @ El Scrap de Cris y Noe

Explore Travel

September 13th, 2016 § 0 comments § permalink




Our Whisker Graphics Design Team project today is from Janae P.

Hi all, I just got my first String Creations Stitch blank by Plaid Crafts and was excited to use my Whisker Graphics Divine Twine on a project I’ve been wanting to put together.









For my supplies I gathered:


My first step was deciding which colors and how I wanted to design my United States. I love the red, white and blue patriotic colors and decided to go for a subtle mix of those colors with a little tan thrown in to accent the wood.
















































I put my masking tape on for a clean edge and applied the paint. I was worried at first that it would clog the little holes, but found they stayed clear through all the coats. Once I was done with blue I let it dry, peeled off my masking tape and then applied another layer covering the blue side. I added my tan paints and let it dry, then removing the masking tape.











I used the red twine to highlight my favorite places to travel and the white twine to highlight places I hope to go. I’m excited that every time I pass this piece in my house it will remind me of so many good memories and I’ll remember the future adventures I have to make.














I started a knot with the red twine on the back of the wood in my “home” location and then pulled the string through to the front. I then strung it over to my various favorite vacations, knotting it at each stop. I made sure my twine ended up back at home,












…then adhered a paper heart over it with a 3-D adhesives.











































I then tied a few strings in single knots and put them through the holes of my one-day vacations.











I had a cute clipboard lying around that I though would be so fun to display it on, so I glued it down to some white cardstock and threw on some thickers saying “explore” with an extra little paper heart!

I love how this piece turned out and am excited to add different colors of twine for different spots I want to highlight in the future.



Fun Packs for Kids

July 12th, 2016 § 1 comment § permalink



Rachel M.@ Fawn this week created a ” Summer Boredom Buster” fun pack for kids. It’s filled with bubbles, crayons, a scavenger hunt, sidewalk chalk and a few other little fun trinkets.


Behind the Scenes at Whisker Graphics!

July 1st, 2016 § 2 comments § permalink

Hi everyone,

We thought it would be fun to give you a peek into the Whisker Graphics world headquarters!  Come along with us on a tour of our offices and on-site warehouse and see where all the fun #WhiskerGraphics magic happens.

Napoleon at Whisker Graphics

When you arrive, you’re greeted by the official Whisker Graphics mascot (and chairman of the board), Napoleon!

Whisker Graphics office

One of our owners’ desks. This is where much of the magic happens!

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July 4th Party Banner

June 28th, 2016 § 7 comments § permalink



We love these summer projects and here is one that incorporates all of our Whisker Graphics products, from Dive Twine, to Bitty Bags and Tags!

Our Guest Design Team member, Kerry McDaniel created these wonderful Red, White and Blue themed project.



  • Little Bitty Bags diagonal striped in navy,  red on brown kraft  and gold metallic
  • 1 Bigger bitty Bag in glassine
  • Divine Twine in cherry, blue solid and gold metallic
  • Large tags in white
  • red, navy and gold sparkle paper
  • hexagon, banner and star die cuts
  • red gem and star stickers
  • clear drying glue

Banner Instructions:



Overlay two hexagon die cuts ( 2.25″x 2.25″ and 1.75″x 1.75″)  and cut 4 hexagon rings on navy paper


Do the same to cut 2 hexagon rings on gold sparkle paper

kerry_banner_05_june27 Cut  6 Large White Tags with banner die cut ( 1.75″ x 3.25″ )


Use clear glue to attach hexagon rings to center of the diagonal striped bitty bags


Attach banners inside the diagonal striped bitty bags.


Use smaller hexagon die cut to cut 4 hexagons on glassine bag and Attach glassine hexagons to front of four bitty bags


Arrange the bitty bags by color ( red, metallic gold, blue)


Embellish with Cherry Twine, stickers and stamps


Hole punch the upper corners of each decorated bitty bag and Thread Cherry Twine through holes in bitty bags




Display your banner where many can enjoy it!   Check back on Monday July 4th for a special post from Kerry!


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