Sunday, February 20, 2011

Wrapping my World in Baker's Twine!

Sometimes all it takes is little color and
a little embellishment to make a card

That's what I LoVe about using my
baker's twine from The Twinery!

I loved using the 'Funky Foliage' set from
Wplus9 Designs and thought I
would enter this card in the current
Color Cue Challenge over there....

I used Cappucino and Lilac
and I love the affect with
the rest of the colors used
on this card.

I am sure you know by now, I think that
the baker's twine from
The Twinery
is the best quality and the
saturation of color is out of this world!

There are LOTS of twines out there that
are low-quality and one available in 2 or 3
'faded' colors.  For my money, it's
The Twinery all the way!!!

Ya know, they have a terrific
Sampler Pack for only 20 bucks!!!

All 11 colors (including the 3 newest colors)
15 yards of each!  It's a terrific deal!

I am really glad you stopped by!
I'd love to know if you've gotten your
baker's twine from The Twinery yet?
 Leave me a comment.......YAY!!

Today's Project Recipe:
Cardstock: The Paper Company
Designer Paper: Memory Box
Stamps: Wplus9
Ink: VersaMagic
Tools: Cuttlebug EF, Big Shot,
Fiskars Corner Rounder Punch
Embellishments: Baker's Twine from The Twinery
Pearls & Rhinestones by Recollections


Jinny Newlin said...

Wow! This is scrumdiliuptious! Yum-O! LOVE the way you used our Color Cue! And I'm so jealous that you have that set! Sooo one I've had my eye on for the longest time, as it came out before I joined the team. And your Baker's Twine is the perfect finishing touch... well, I love the pearls, too! I've had Capuccino Baker's Twine for the longest time and have never used it. I'm just not drawn to the color, but you've inspired me to tap into it. Thanks! And thanks for playing along with our Color Cue!

Jennifer said...

I've gotten my twine but haven't quite figured out how to use it..... I'm hoping that I can use your blog for inspiration!

Ann said...

Love what you did with your funky tree, Julie! And who doesn't love a good dose of twine?

Sharli said...

Julie Ranae,
I love this card!! I haven't been able to follow my favorite blogs recently (I've fallen in love! - no kidding!) but today was an exception! I'm saving this idea in my special Julie Ranae folder!


Cecelia said...

Hello there;0) Love your card! The embossing is great and I love bakers twine. I just got 7 new colors a couple weeks ago and really need to get using it;0) Hope you had a great weekend.

Hugs x
Cecelia B

Emily Leiphart said...

You make the twine look scrumptious, Julie! I never would've thought to pair those two colours together but they really draw out the kraft and lilac in your card.

Michele Gross said...

I lOoOove this! Absolutely gorgeous!! I love all my twine colors :)

the whimsical butterfly said...

GORGEOUS card! The two colors look fabulous together-what a great palette for a color challenge, too!

Sarah Anderson said...

love, love, love that tree!!!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

GORGEOUS GORGEOUS GORGEOUS! Love the doubled up twine--and the stamping of the colors for the leaves...this is super beautiful;)

Jen Carter said...

This is really pretty! I agree totally!! The twine adds just the right amount of decoration to any card!!

Vicki said...

Yep! I got the sample pack and love the colors! Blessings to you!

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

I love this card ... so beautiful. I recently got a sample pack from the Twinery, and just love it!

Colleen Dietrich said...

You are getting good mileage out of your Funky Foliage set, Julie! Congrats on your mention at PaperCraft Planet on this, too.

Dawn said...

Absolutely FANTASTIC Julie. One of the things I really love is how the embossing in the back repeats in the shape of the leaves!

Thanks for playing along with us!

Jocelyn said...

Gorgeous card! I LOVE the tree, and of course the twine is awesome!!

Kerrianne said...

Love what you did with the stamps on that tree - DARLING!! Thank you so much for playing along with wPlus9's Color Cue this month!! I've gotten twine all over the place...but def need to check out The Twinery's selection!