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.

 

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.

Bitty Bag Covered Box

June 19th, 2014 § 1 comment § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a fun project from design team member Marianne Songbird to share with you.  Marianne repurposed an old box into a lovely gift.  Bitty Bags are the perfect item to use on food gifts because they are made of food safe materials.  Marianne used all different patterns for her box for added fun and whimsy.  After eating the chocolates, the box can be used to store jewelry or other small trinkets.  This is such a great way to give new life to items you find at the thrift store or around your home.
heart box pretty papers and chocolates

modpodged heart box pretty papersSupplies:
Middy Bitty Bags
Box
Gesso
Mod Podge

For a complete tutorial on this project, check out Marianne’s post HERE.

Flower Bitty Bag Envelope

June 16th, 2014 § 1 comment § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a project from design team member Amy Tsuruta to share with you.  Amy decided to embellish a White Horizontal Stripe Middy Bitty Bag with a big beautiful flower and use it as an envelope to give a card and goodies to a friend.  This is a gorgeous way to present someone with a nice gift and perk up their day.  Because Bitty Bags have more room than traditional envelopes, you can add some treats, a gift card, or a small gift without having to wrap it separately.  When you add a large embellishment to the front of the bag, you add to the “wow factor.” WG striped bloom

WG.fusion duoSupplies:
White Horizontal Stipe Middy Bitty Bag
Flower Embellishment
Wood Heart
Card and Goodies

For more on this project, check out Amy’s post HERE.

Birthday Gift Package Bag

June 7th, 2014 § 3 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a project from design team member Thuy Bui to share with you.  Thuy made this lovely gift package to hold a card and gift card for a birthday.  This is such a pretty and festive way to present a gift card rather than just the plain little envelopes they usually come in.  Thuy also personalized the front by adding a photo.  Isn’t that a cute idea?

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wgbag1Supplies:
Brown Kraft Bag
Navy Solid Divine Twine
Patterned Paper
Sticker
Doily
Photo, Card, and Gift

For more of Thuy’s work, check out her blog: My Paper Pinwheel.

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.

Gifts ~ Book Plates and Flat Notes

October 18th, 2009 § 5 comments § permalink

Our new neighbors had a baby. Charlie. I made a little something for him and big sister Molly.

Book Plates for baby Charlie's library.

Book Plates for baby Charlie's library.

Some stationery of her own for 4-year-old Molly.

Some stationery of her own for 4-year-old Molly.

Of course I couldn’t resist using some bakers twine for wrapping.

Book plates wrapped in glassine envelope.

Book plates wrapped in glassine envelope.

Stationery wrapped with a handmade pom pom.

Stationery wrapped with a handmade pom pom.

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