Welcome to the hive! We are all twisted up in twine this week! Aren't you loving seeing twine all over the place? It is so versatile and easy to use! Court gave a great tutorial on Monday, sharing a number of fun ideas and tips. Here is what a few of the HoneyBees have done, too!
I am so thankful for Court's video on how to do a spiral twist like she did on the button! Here I have used the same technique on the sun, and it was really easy to do! I have two cards to share with you today. The one above is nice to have on hand for someone who needs cheering up. The little bunnies playing in the trees are from the Cricut "Give a Hoot" cartridge. I hand wrote the sentiment.
On both of my cards I used gold flecked embroidery twine (or string) that comes on a short round tube.
Our challenge for you this week at Betty Bee's Buzz is to use twine on your card. I used mine to hold my pennants, but I cut my pennants so large, you can only see my ties. Yikes. The cute birthday girl and sentiment are a MFT Pure Innocence stamp set. I colored with Copics and layered Bella Blvd "Sweet Celebration" papers on a yellow-orange Bazzill card stock and SU whisper white card stock. The shape is a Spellbinders die and the border punch is by Martha Stewart. The glittery card base is by DCWV and the red gems are from Michael's. I popped my girl up on dimensionals. So cute!
Now it's your turn! Show us your twine projects, and you could be the winner of this week's prize of a BRAND NEW BettyBee Design Heritage Page Kit!!! Watch for the introduction of these, and other, exciting new products coming soon! You could be the first to have one!! Just link below, or send to our email address, and we will link for you!
and the HoneyBees