Balloon Bouquet with Divine Twine Tassels

August 5th, 2014 § 17 comments § permalink

Whether used as a simple centerpiece, arc or festive balloon ceiling, balloons are the quintessential touch to any party. Design Team Member Savannah O’Gwynn, puts her fun and creative spin on decorating with balloons. Using several shades of Divine Twine, she crafts lovely tassels then strings them to the base of each balloon giving white balloons a fresh and airy look perfect for her outdoor party. Simply change the balloon or twine colors to suit the mood or theme for your party!

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Supplies:
Balloons
Divine Twine – Assorted colors
Small Beads for making tassels
Golf Tees

For a how-to link for making these tassels and to see other creations by Savannah, check out her blog at savannahland2.blogspot.com.

~ Cheers!

Bride and Groom Bitty Bags

July 8th, 2014 § 1 comment § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a gorgeous project from design team member Rachel McAffee to share with you.  Rachel made the most earthy yet elegant gift bags for her friends who are getting married.  This is such a lovely idea for a rustic wedding!  She flicked a little paint on a couple Shield Kraft Middy Bitty bags and then paired them with some Silver Metallic Divine Twine.  The earthy kraft and the elegant silver makes such a wonderful balance on this project!  These bags would be a stunner at any outdoor function!

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Shield Kraft Middy Bitty Bags
Silver Metallic Divine Twine
Cream Paint
Mini Clothespin
Patterned Paper
Evergreen Sprig

For more of Rachel’s amazing work, check out her blog: Fawn.

Divine Twine Bracelet

July 1st, 2014 § 3 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a fun project from design team member Savannah O’Gwynn to share with you.  Savannah made this super cute bracelet using Solid Divine Twine.  This is a great way to jazz up any plain bracelet that you have in your collection.  Also, since this bracelet is achieved by tying knots of Divine Twine to the bracelet, you can have your kids do it.  There’s no hot glue or chemicals needed.  You can create different designs and if you mess up, you can just unwrap it and start over.
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Solid Divine Twine (Yellow, Orange, Light Pink, Coral)
Plain Bracelet (plastic, wood)

For more of photos and info of this project, check out her post HERE.

 

Just for You Bitty Bag

June 24th, 2014 § 1 comment § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a gorgeous project from design team member Heather Pulvirenti to share with you.  Heather made this stunning gift bag with a coordinating tag.  She shows how you can emboss on our Colored Tags to add a lot of impact to a project.  She also shows how well our Pink Colored Tags go with Coral Divine Twine.  This color combination is so fresh and crisp.  Who wouldn’t want to receive this beautiful gift?  It’s just a few steps and your recipient will feel so special!
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Supplies:
Gray Polka Dot Middy Bitty Bag
Pink Large Colored Tag
Coral Divine Twine
Stamps and Ink
Embossing Powder and Heat Gun
Enamel Dots

For more of Heather’s beautiful work, check out her blog: Witty Title Here.

Customer Share ~ Savvy Stamps

August 19th, 2011 § 1 comment § permalink

Cindi, one of the talented owners of Savvy Stamps, creates some of the most clever and well designed projects to showcase Savvy’s stamps. She also loves using Divine Twine in her creations. Take a look at few of her projects. Clever, right?

To see Savvy Stamps line of rubber stamps, click HERE. Make sure to check out all 8 pages!

Divine Bakers Twine – Discount

July 15th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

We just stocked the shop with quite a few Divine Twine kNots. Almost every color is available at the moment! What are kNots you ask? kNots are spools of our bakers twine that did not quite make the cut in terms of presentation or size. Are they perfect? Well, no. They may be scuffed or wound a wonky or be on the small size, but there is still plenty of high quality bakers twine on each spools. They are priced at $10 each (a 33% savings) and they sell out fast so hurry on over to the shop of you’re interested.

Cool Bakers Twine Technique

June 24th, 2011 § 1 comment § permalink

Kari Guilbault posted a card on our Facebook wall featuring a cool technique. She covered a panel of paper with Divine Twine and stamped it with a Papertrey Ink bee stamp. How clever is she to use Lemon and Black Licorice Divine Twine to make the background for the bee!?  You can see more of Kari’s work on her Cards By Kari Facebook page.

Ashley Harris from The Scrap Review used a similar technique to make this fresh and modern thank you card below. Great minds think alike!

photo credit: Ashley Harris

If you’ve created something wonderful with any products from the shop, please feel free to share on Whisker Graphic’s Facebook page.

Free Father’s Day Printable

June 7th, 2011 § 8 comments § permalink

Father’s Day, June 19th, is just around the corner. Do you know what you (or the kids) are giving the special dad(s) in your life? If not, maybe this  free Printable of Father’s Day coupons I designed can help. Just print, trim, fill in and give. The set includes 4 coupons, one in each colorway seen below, but you can print as many sets as you like. Would he like his car washed, lunch at his favorite eatery, attending a baseball game or maybe an uninterrupted nap?

Tied together with Divine Twine orange baker’s twine makes a quick and sweet presentation.  You can make this gift as simple or as fancy as you think Dad will like and the kids can have fun thinking up what to give Dad.

Click HERE to download the Father’s Day printable.

Divine Bakers Twine kNots

May 31st, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

We just stocked the shop with quite a few Divine Twine kNots (especially in Brown Sugar). What are kNots you ask? kNots are spools of our bakers twine that did not quite make the cut in terms of presentation or size. Are they perfect? Well, no. They may be scuffed or wound a wonky or be on the small size, but there is still plenty of high quality bakers twine on each spools (at least 200 yards). They are priced at $10 each (a 33% savings) and they sell out fast so hurry on over to the shop of you’re interested.

Click HERE to see what we have in stock.

Divine Baker’s Twine Cupcakes by Jan Ely

December 17th, 2010 § 15 comments § permalink

Jan Ely has struck again and Oh My! she has blown me away with her creativity. Check out these cupcakes she made using Divine Twine as her inspiration.

She covered a styrofoam ball with Cotton Candy Divine Twine and topped it with silver bugle beads and a wooden cherry.

This one she made from Orange Divine Twine and topped with orange paper circles (from a hole punch), white glitter and a sparkly orange sphere from her craft stash.

Green Apple Divine Twine wrapped and glued around a styrofoam ball and topped with brown paper circles and a “candle” made from a wooden dowel. I love how she used one strand from the twine to make the wick. So clever!

She even made a cupcake stand from thrift store finds: A clear glass candlestick, a small white dish and a clear glass tumbler with a glass knob glued on top.

Amazing, right?!

Thanks for sharing Jan!!

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