Baseball Bitty Bags

April 15th, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

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.

Baseball Goodie Bags Idea

Baseball Team Goodie BagsSupplies:
Horizontal Striped Middy Bitty Bags
Solid Black Divine Twine
Large Colored Tags
Free Baseball Printable (made by Landee)
2 Inch Circle Punch or Scissors
Small Hone Punch
Scotch Tape

For step by step instructions and the free baseball printable, check out Landee’s post HERE.

Sunshine Goodie Bag and Treat Cup

April 8th, 2014 § 1 comment § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a bright and fun project from design team member Rachel McAffee to share with you.  Rachel made a cheery set that is perfect for a gift or as accents to any party.  The idea of cutting up Bitty Bags and wrapping the cups in them is so awesome!  You can carry your colors and patterns throughout your party by using pieces of Bitty Bags.  Also, look how perfectly our yellow bags and tags match with the little lemon hard candies!  It’s the perfect way to welcome spring and summer.  DSC_0325Supplies:
Yellow Polka Dot Middy Bitty Bag
Yellow Diagonal Stripe Little Bitty Bag
Blue Diagonal Stripe Little Bitty Bag
Aqua Divine Twine
Small Yellow Tags
Bird Silhouette Petite Sticky
Paper Straws
Buttons
Die Cut
Ribbon

For more photos and info on this project, check out Rachel’s post HERE.

Easter Bitty Bags

March 27th, 2014 § 2 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a wonderful project from returning design team member Amy Cluck-McAlister to share with you.  Amy made some super fun favor bags for Easter.  Adding bring colors to our Kraft bags are the perfect way to make fun and festive favors or gifts.  The bright colors and fun patterns of our other Bitty Bags make a great accent.  These would also be great in an Easter basket or as a part of your Easter decor.

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WhiskerGraphics-EasterTreatBagsSupplies:
Bunny Bags
White on Kraft Polka Dot Middy Bitty Bags
Cotton Candy Divine Twine
Colored Paper for Ears
Pink Button
Google-y Eyes

Easter Egg Bitty Bags
Plain Kraft Middy Bitty Bags
White Chevron Middy Bitty Bags
Bitty Bag Scraps
Petite Stickys
Washi Tape

For more photos and information about this project, check out Amy’s post HERE.

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.

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!!

Free Printable Download ~ Holiday Gift Tags

December 13th, 2010 § 47 comments § permalink

I had a chance this last weekend to do a little designing and I made these holiday gift tags for you. There are 10 tags to a sheet, 2 each of 5 different designs. I decided to use the aqua and red color combo that seems to be popular this season.

Download the file HERE. Enjoy!

Customer Share ~ Suzonne Sterling

November 24th, 2010 § 2 comments § permalink

Suzonne Sterling is a professional crafter and all around wonderful person. You may remember how she used Divine Twine in some greeting cards she created. Check out the holiday ornaments she made with felt (my favorite fabric to work with) and Divine Twine.

photo credit: Suzonne Sterling

And this wreath she made. So clean, crisp, beautiful and simple to make.

photo credit: Suzonne Sterling

Click HERE to read Suzonne’s post and learn how to make these beauties. Thanks Suzonne!

Divine Twine Tassels

October 11th, 2010 § 3 comments § permalink

Jennifer Ellefson is a professional paper crafter and showcases her creations on Created from Paper. She made the clever Halloween bookmark pictured below.

art and photo credit: Jennifer Ellefson

When I saw the tassel I was intrigued. I followed the instructions in Martha’s tassel making tutorial that Jennifer turned me on to and came up with a few other tassel ideas. Once you get the hang of it, a tassel can be made in just a few minutes.

I love a project that gives (almost) instant gratification. Thanks for the inspiration and sharing Jennifer!

New Printables in the Shop

June 16th, 2010 § 4 comments § permalink

I’ve added some new 3 inch Square Printables to the shop. I’m now creating the Printables in colors to coordinate with the Divine Twine. There are a couple more designs coming. I’ve just got to find the time to create, photograph and list them!

Scallop 3 Inch Squares Printable

Loopy Scrolls 3 Inch Square Printables - uncut

Craft Tutorial List from The Long Thread

January 25th, 2010 § 1 comment § permalink

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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.

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