Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Trendy Twine Tuesday & 1st Challenge


Today is the very first Trendy Twine Design Team Tuesday!!
This month the Design Team is featuring the Peppermint Stick- Red, Burgundy and White Twine.
We are also featuring our very first Challenge!!

Trendy Twine Tuesday Challenge #1
"Show us your favorite use for twine."


This Challenge will run from Sept. 6th -29th (midnight).
One grand prize of a Peppermint Stick *Full* Spool &
One *random* prize for 30 yards of Peppermint Stick.
Link your project on the bottom of this post!

***The Peppermint Stick Twine is on sale for $7.50 this week only!***


Now for some Design Team Inspiration!!



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7 comments:

  1. Thanks for the challenge, I will be trying to enter everyone and am now your newest follower!

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  2. Awesome inspiration and a very fun challenge. I hope to have time to join in the fun! Hugs- Glora

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  3. It may not have shown up very well but I like to use twine for things like the web the spider on the front of the card hangs from. I also like to use it for ballons for cards.
    Daladypej@aol.com

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  4. I like to tie it to the end of fly's and torment them....wait wrong blog(awkward silence) I like to use it on cards and I always lift ideas from all you crafty ladies:) Sorry about the fly thing.

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  5. I'm so glad that Emma at My Creative Time told us all about your site! I can't wait to order some of your twine - It's the BEST I've seen. :)
    I've entered into your challenge - See my post on my blog. http://onecreativemomma.blogspot.com/2011/09/trendy-twine.html
    Thank you for a chance to win! ~Yvonne

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  6. I LOVE to use twine to string a banner together! I just love how well it worked for my ghost banner! I also love to make little accent bows like the ones on the ghost. And of course twine is always a perfect accent to a card or gift! Hugs- Glora

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  7. I recently used the Orange Licorice (Halloween) twine as a cool accent border around a scarecrow wall decoration. Here's a link to how I made it:

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/8363929/create_a_scarecrow_fall_harvest_halloween.html?cat=24

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