Friday, January 13, 2012


This card says it all!

I am back today to share the next ten designers who
will be joining the 2012 Design Team at The Twinery.
I am so very excited to be working with such a talented group of
designers and am looking forward to what the year brings.

Without further ado, here are the talented ladies who will be joining us:

In honor of our design team reveal, 
we are giving away
an Ultimate Sampler Pack of our
Baker's Twine

Just visit The Twinery blog and check out how you can win!

Sweet Pear Project Recipe: 
Cardstock: Orange Zest from PTI
Designer Paper:  Ivory Text, Delicious Autumn Text,
Harvest Rings, Sweater Weather from 'Happy Fall' Collection
all by Little Yellow Bicycle
Tools:  Pear Vine EF & Pear BIGZ die by Sizzix/BasicGrey, 
Big Shot, Fiskars Corner Rounder
Embellishments: Bakers Twine in Buttercream from The Twinery
Fabric Faves sticker from Hello Fall Collection


Angi said...

Your card is yummy. Love the colors. And I'm soooo HAPPY to be working with you at The Twinery! Hugs!!!

Lisa said...

What a fun card Julie, you're a master with the twine!

Stacy said...

So excited to be part of the fabulous team at The Twinery and designing for you :):)

Janna Werner said...

sweet card, julie!!

Sarah said...

This year is going to be great! :) Super cute card- I love pears!

Jessica said...

Cute, Julie! So happy to be working with/for you on The Twinery team! Big hugs from your neighbor up north!

Christine said...

Thanks for your sweet note and for becoming my 200th follower :)

Suzy said...

Love the twine outline! Thanks for taking sharing! :o)
- Suzanne,

Shari said...

cute card. thanks. love the colours

Donna Bowman said...

Love your card Julie! That pear with the twine is FAB!!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

What a beautiful card--LOVE the colors and that patterned papers! Congrats to the new team!!!

Shannan Teubner said...

Adorable card, Julie! I'm so excited to be working with y'all...can't wait to get to know you better!

Lisa S. said...

I love your card and the use of twine to outline your pears.