White Baker’s Twine
Hello Everyone – is white baker’s twine a ribbon?
What is your favorite embellishment to use on your cards? Mine is ribbon. I especially love soft ribbon that is easy to tie. Not all ribbon falls into this category and when it is hard to tie I find I look for other ways to use it.
Today’s ribbon does not fall into the category of hard to tie. The white baker’s twine I used is very soft and makes a fun floppy bow. Knowing that it was the perfect ribbon to choose for my project today.
The challenge this time at Hand Stamped Sentiments is a color challenge.
When I looked at these colors I immediately thought Fall. So I went looking for a stamp set I could use to make a Fall card. I was playing with a stamp set for my August Advanced Class that has images that are good for several seasons so I chose to use it.
I kept it quick and easy as things are busy here and I figured you could use a quick card idea also. The flowers were stamped with 2 of the colors and then fussy cut. To bring in the other color I used some pattern paper in that color.
Do you see that baker’s twine I tied around the top of the pattern paper? That bow is so soft and loopy and the perfect compliment for those flowers. Here is my creation using White Baker’s Twine.
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Do you like to fussy cut? Leave me comment and show me something you have fussy cut!
Make sure you check out the rest of the Hand Stamped Sentiment design team’s projects. There are some cute ideas there.
Thanks for visiting and I hope I inspired you!