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.
WGJuly1-Sav5Supplies:
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.

 

Solid Divine Twine Jar

May 1st, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a cute project from design team member Thuy Bui.  Thuy made this cute jar wrapped with Solid Divine Twine to hold her pencils.  This would be a great gift for teachers especially since Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up next week.  These would also be cute as party decor or part of a mantel.  You can change out the colors to match your decor.
twinejarSupplies:
Solid Divine Twine
Jar
Hot Glue Gun and Hot Glue

For more photos and information on this project, check out Thuy’s post HERE.

Guest Blogger: Carly Robertson

June 17th, 2011 § 9 comments § permalink

We’re excited to have our first guest blogger, Carly Robertson from Paper In Bloom.  She created fabulous paper garlands using Divine Twine that she recently featured at her twin daughters’ birthday party.  Welcome Carly!
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Paper Garland Project by Carly Robertson
This is a super easy and fun paper garland project. First, you’ll need to gather your supplies. You’ll need 3 different sizes of circle punches, pattern paper, coloured bakers twine and glue.
Next, punch out plenty of different sized circle shapes from the pattern paper and sort in groups of small, medium and large.
Then glue two same sized circle punched shapes together with the coloured bakers twine in between them. Repeat until you have the garland length desired.
Lastly, hang your garland and you’re done! How easy is that!

Thank you SO much for the wonderful tutorial, Carly!  Your garlands would add a festive touch to any gathering!

Divine Twine Headband

October 22nd, 2010 § 2 comments § permalink

My daughter is crafty (in a good way). The other day she had and idea for transforming a plain white plastic headband. She used a flower we had left over from this post and some Aqua Divine Twine. She secured the ends with scotch tape (I think glue would be better long-term) and attached the flower with wire. I think it turned out pretty cool.

Little Cat A's creation

Mini Clothes Pins & Japanese Washi Tape

September 10th, 2010 § 13 comments § permalink

I love things that come in mini sized and clothes pins are no exception. I love Japanese Washi Masking Tape in any size. Marry the two and I’m a happy camper.

I used two different tapes on each clothes pin, one on each side.

I did a version of this craft (if you can call it that) a while back with grown-up full size clothes pins. The beauty of using these little guys is you can apply the tape directly to the clothes pins without using white sticker paper as a base.

You can buy mini clothes pins at Olive Manna and Impress Rubber Stamps.

Craft Tutorial List from The Long Thread

January 25th, 2010 § 1 comment § permalink

long-thread

A while back I came across The Long Thread blog and was stunned and amazed at the gold mine of crafty goodness Ellen has put together (not to mention how well organized everything is). For the last two years she has even created a Top 100 Tutorial List (oh the possibilities!). When you have a moment, make yourself a cup of tea or coffee and stop by The Long Thread and be ready to be inspired.

Say Hello to My Little Friend

November 13th, 2009 § 1 comment § permalink

My felt arrived in the mail today at 1pm and by 3pm I had a new friend.

felt-mouse-sized

I learned a few things. I need to practice my stitches (a lot) and I prefer a more fluffy feel to the felt. After making this little guy I hand-washed all the felt so future projects will have a less “pressed” appearance.  All in all, I have to say I think I will be having lots of fun making holiday gifts out of felt this year.  So. Very. Satisfying.

I highly recommend the book and the felt.

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