Today Danni and Anam are sharing some brand new projects using twine. Who doesn't love twine? We love the playful vibe that twine can add to any layout or card. We love to tie it,twist it,cut it,knot it, and loop it.
What is your favorite thing to do with MME twine? If you have a project highlighting twine that you want to share...make sure to link it in the comment section,we'd love to see!
Family layout by Anam
Anam says:I covered a piece of flexible wire in the grey/white twine and then formed it into the word 'family'.
Next I outlined a heart on the paper and stitched it across to make a large statement with a backing image.
The Perfect Day card by Danni
Supplies: Indie Chic-Ginger:6x6 pad,layered stickers,twine,designer tapes;Misc-Cuttlebug butterfly die,hole puncher
Danni says:I really wanted to play with the twine as an accent embellishment on this card. I began the card with a triangle patterned paper design, using the Indie Chic Ginger line, stitched the triangles and then punched three butterflies. I punched holes in one of the butterflies using my hole punch and then adhered twine to the backside to “peek through” the holes.
I stitched the top butterfly to the other two and adhered the butterfly to the triangles.
Hello card by Danni
Supplies: Indie Chic-Ginger: 6x6 pad,designer tapes,twine;Stella and Rose-stamps;Misc-Papertrey Ink stamps
Danni says:I began this card by stitching the gorgeous MME doily stamps onto kraft cardstock. I then used a hole piercer and pierced holes around the circles. I threaded my twine through one of my larger needles and stitched the circles, tying off the backs and taping down.
Wonderful Things card by Danni
Supplies:Indie Chic-Ginger:6x6 pad,twine,button;Misc-Papertrey Ink sentiment
Danni says:I was really excited when I came across this pp in my 6 x6 Ginger pad. I loved the large floral pattern and I really wanted to stitch the large flower and created centers for the two smaller ones. I paper-pierced the large flower, stitched the flower with my twine and adhered a button to the center.
Hope all of you found some new uses for twine today...Have a beautiful and blessed weekend!