Thursday, April 4, 2013

A Le Creuset Cook Off Layout

 
Hi Everyone!
 
Melisa from Melisa's Crafty Creations here today to share a layout with you.  This layout is about a Le Creuset Cook Off I entered with my girlfriend and my Mom.  We were supposed to make a dish in a Le Creuset Dish or Dutch oven.  I made an Apple Crisp to enter into the cook off.  I didn't win but I did have a fun time. 
 
 
I used the Natural Baker's Twine and turned it yellow using my Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Squeezed Lemonade.  I really wanted it the twine to stand out that's why I dyed it yellow.  I love the way it came out.  At the end of the twine you can still see some of the Natural Twine


These little jars are actually stickers popped up on Pop Dots.  I used some Cherry Red Twine to tie a bow around the tomato jar. 
 
 
I hope you enjoyed my layout.  Thanks for stopping by!
 
Melisa


14 comments:

Timeless Twine said...

Awesome LO! Great way of changing the color of the Natural twine. I bet your apple crisp was delicious!

Annette said...

such a sweet layout.. i love the design...

Kristy said...

This is SO cute!! I love all the different patterns, and especially how you used the twine! Perfectly adorable!! : )

Kristy

~amy~ said...

awesome layout!!!

sharon g said...

I'm going to do that!

conil said...

Your LO is charming. The twine is perfect...I'm going to go color some of it now.
























Happy Scrapper said...

This is so fabulous , love the deep rich yellow that you turned the twine !!! Those stickers are so stinking cute as well !! All in all this is an awesome LO :)
Brianna

Karenladd said...

wow, love how you customized your twine with markers! What a cute layout!

frommycraftroom said...

Thanks for sharing how you coloured your twine. Great layout.

Shannon said...

Melisa! This layout is beautiful! I adore everything about it, I love how you rocked all the patterns, the colors and the way the twine pops, its a perfect punch! <3

DebC said...

Fabulous!
Deb C

Sue D said...

I like how you used twine on this homespun layout.

Melissa Shea said...

love this! i love how you loop the twine here and there. makes me really want summer fresh fruit!

Natasha G.P. said...

That was really cute---adding twine to the top of the jar.