Friday, April 27, 2012

Twine Storage

Hi Everybody!
Jenny from Crazy About Cricut here, and I'm excited it's my turn to share another Timeless Twine DT post!  Today I wanted to share how I store my twine.  Enjoy the video!

I hope you enjoyed it, and that you got some ideas! Don't forget to come back and check out the Timeless Twine blog for more twine-ful inspiration :)

TFL, and have a twine-tastic day :O)

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

March Egg-cellent Challenge Winner(s)

Wow, what a month!  It has been super busy for Timeless Twine and my Family.  Spring break is over, school is back in session and I am ready to play catch up!  I will start with the winner of the March Egg-cellent Challenge.  The winner is......drum roll please..........

I love this door hanger and
how she used the Aqua Timeless Twine 
and the colors are soooo Spring! Too cute.

And of course, I can't just have one winner.
The runner up will win 25 yards of Timeless Twine
in the color of their choice.

The runner up is........

I love the lil' chic and shape of the card!

Thank you to everyone who participated and for your patience!
Sorry it took so long to choose a winner.
May's challenge is just around the corner
and I promise to be on top of it!

Monday, April 23, 2012

Thank You- Leaf Card

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a fantastic weekend. Does your weekend seem to go as fast as mine do? LOL Anyways, I wanted to share a card I made last week with you. This card first started out really really simple. I didn't have the twine on it at first. I thought it looked a little "blah" and threw some of my favorite twine on it and it really made it pop! I love my Timeless Twine!

Here is what I created:

Items Used:

See you all in a little while:) Have a twine-tastic day!
-Kassidy from Inking It Up Crazy

Friday, April 20, 2012

Graduation Card

Hello Twineaholic fans!  Gaby here sharing a graduation card I created for my assistant who is having her big graduation party on Cinco de Mayo/May 5th and all the decorations will be zebra and hot pink! Yes, she is a girly girl!  I will be helping her create center pieces for her party and this card will match just perfectly!!

I used the Strawberry Cupcake Twine which it really matches much much better in person with the hot pink paper (camera did not capture the twine's true color).

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Congrats On Your New Job!

Happy Wednessday Twineaholics!

Kathy, from Kathy and Kids, here today to share with you a masculine card I made featuring the Aqua Blue twine.

I don't know about you, but I always have a hard time making masculine cards. I always want to add ribbon and bling! That's what I like about twine, it adds the perfect finishing touch, but isn't feminine.

Here is my card:

Supplies used:
DCWVV "Dots, Stripes, and Plaids" stack
Spellbinders "Curved Rectangles"
Timeless Twine "Aqua Blue" Twine
Sweet Stamp Shop "It's A Mans World" stamp set

For the twine, instead of tieing a bow, I wrapped the twine around the cardstock to mimic the plaid stripes. You can find all the twine colors here.

Aren't the ties cute? They can be found here. Be sure to stop by the Sweet Stamp Shop blog and play along with their challenge for the month.

Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, April 13, 2012

Lucky Fin Tag

Hi Everybody!
Jenny from Crazy About Cricut here, and I'm excited to be sharing another design team project with you!  I have a twine-fully happy tag to share today. Here are the details:

*Best of Pixar Cricut cartridge
*Timeless Twine = Olive Green
*Jaded Blossom = sneak peek

*I thought this green twine would work perfectly as seaweed for Nemo :O)

*I love how twine layers onto tulle!!
*Luckily I also had some fishy brads that are great accents.

I hope you enjoyed my project! Don't forget to come back and check out the
Timeless Twine blog for more twine-ful inspiration :)

TFL, and have a twine-tastic day :O)

Monday, April 9, 2012

Red, White, Blue and Some Twine Too!

Hi everyone, it's Kassidy from Inking It Up Crazy! I hope you all had a fantastic Easter weekend! It was such a gorgeous day here in Utah yesterday. It is getting me so excited for some warm weather. One of my favorite holidays is the 4th of July. I love being able to wear flip flops, sunglasses and spending lots of time with family and friends.

I have already started making a few layouts for the 4th of July! Here is one that I made with some fun twine!

Supplies Used:
  • Paper- The Paper Studio
  • Cricut Expression Machine
  • Stand and Salute Cricut Cartridge
  • White Gel Pen
  • Gems
  • Twine (Cherry Red)

I love the extra little detail the twine adds to my layouts. Thanks for visiting! See you all again soon :)


Friday, April 6, 2012

Easter Egg Shirts

Good Friday Twine-aholic/Twine-ology Fans!  Gaby here to share a project!

I was really trying hard to decide what to come up with this time... I knew it had to be something Easter themed that I could finish early so I can send to my grand daughters ...and finally came up with shirts for them!

I was able to use 4 colors of the Timeless Twine!
 Used a PTI egg die to cut the egg using felt and my BigShot.
 I decorated the eggs with the twine and sew around so hopefully after washing the twine is not going anywhere!
I wanted to decorate the neck line and the sleeve edges, but since I came up with this idea a bit late (wanted to get it out in the mail), I left it at this.

Thanks for stopping by and I do appreciate your comments!

There is still time to enter our Easter Egg and Twine Challenge HERE

Timeless Twine used: 

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Sweet Birthday

Hi Twineaholics!

It's Kathy, from Kathy and Kids, here today to share with you a sweet Birthday card that I made along with a simple way to use some yummy twine colors to add the perfect finishing touch.

Here is my card.

Patterned paper is from DCWV Glitter stack
Stamped image is "Coquettes Lolli" by Simply Betty Stamps, colored with Prismacolor pencils and odorless minerals spirits
Sentiment is from the Pink By Design "Say It Sweet" sentiment set
Image and sentiment are cut out using a Spellbinders label
Timeless Twine in Lemonade Yellow, Raspberry Pink, and Olive Green

To highlight my stamped image, I took 3 colors of twine and braided them. I then used some quick drying paper glue to adhere it to the edge a little bit at a time. I like to use quick drying glue for this so I don't have to worry about holding the twine in place.

I hope this inspires you to combine your favorite colors!

Thanks for stopping by!