The looooong wait is over! Our shipment of Limited Edition Holiday Divine Twine arrived yesterday and the shop is now stocked. Yea! Holiday Divine Twine is a sweet twist of red, green and white. I plan to wrap holiday gifts with it this year, but it would also add a nice touch to cards and crafts. I know the holidays are almost two months away, but I’m pretty sure it will feel like 2 weeks if the time flies like it has so far this year!
October 29th, 2011 § 5 comments
October 20th, 2011 § 7 comments
It’s been a while since we’ve offered a free Printable, so I’ll try and play catch up with two free Halloween Printables.
They can be used for food labels (at a buffet or candy table), gift tags, mailing labels, or make a garland. The 2″ square Jack-o-Lantern is just right to use for children or those who prefer less scary Halloween fun and the 3″ square Spider works for those who like a little fright. Both files print on 8.5 x 11″ label or card stock. Handwrite your message or info in the blank area. Please remember that these are for personal use only. Thanks and enjoy!
Crafts by Ashley Newell
September 2nd, 2011 § 9 comments
What’s black and white and orange all over? Halloween Divine Twine, that’s what. Waka, waka! (a la Fozzie Bear. ooh, that would be a cute costume!) I know Halloween is 2 months away, but I couldn’t wait to unveil this pretty twist of black, orange and white 100% cotton bakers twine.
Just stocked the shop with a very limited supply.
Available both retail and wholesale.
I’m hoping to find the time to create a free Printable for this Halloween, but in the mean time please enjoy the FREE Owl Printable from 2009.
August 19th, 2011 § 1 comments
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!
August 17th, 2011 § 0 comments
For those who like to plan ahead there is Orange and Black Licorice (for Halloween) and Green Apple and Cherry (for the holidays) plus all the other colors in our line up.
If you’re interested, hurry. In the time it has taken me to write this post some have already sold. Yikes!
August 3rd, 2011 § 4 comments
I love packaging. Love. It. When someone takes the time to thoughtfully wrap a gift and add their own creative touch, my heart smiles. Big time.
In the next few weeks we’ll be adding some items to the shop that help make gift wrapping fun and memorable. First up are these cool Metal Framed Tags. They measure 1 5/8″ in diameter; a nice size for gift tags and they accept ink (calligraphy or rubber stamp) and glue (glitter anyone?) very well. They’d also make a fun garland, be cute in a scrapbook layout or add a fun touch to craft projects. What about an advent calendar with these and some Bitty Bags (the creative wheels are spinning!)?
A set of 20 for $5 right HERE.
July 15th, 2011 § 0 comments
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.
July 1st, 2011 § 2 comments
A big THANK YOU to everyone who entered our Give Away. Random.org did a fine job of selecting 7 winners and they will be receiving an email from me shortly. Have a wonderful weekend!
June 24th, 2011 § 1 comments
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!
June 17th, 2011 § 8 comments
Thank you SO much for the wonderful tutorial, Carly! Your garlands would add a festive touch to any gathering!