I ran the "rope" panels through my Xyron machine and applied the Cotton Candy Trendy Bakers Twine to the front of them. It was very easy to do but if you are going to try this make sure not to pull your twine tight that will cause the twine to separate from the panel. I braided some of the Cotton Candy Trendy Bakers Twine and attached an anchor and made a couple tassels.
Thank you for stopping by. I have enjoyed being here.
I hope I have given you some new ideas for ways of using your Trendy Bakers Twine.
Hello I want to share a project I created using files from My Scrap Chick - Country Village Small House Box. These little houses are so cute and easy to put together.
I thought these would be perfect for my daughter to take to camp with her. She loves to write notes to her friends and I know she will enjoy writing notes for the new friends she makes at camp.
I cut several cards to go in the box, added some stickers and colored pencils and she has everything she will need to write a quick note to her new friends. I know she is going to be so excited to use these.
For the blocks I used the Candy Cubes - 2" x 2" Square Clear Boxes and transformed them into baby blocks using the Alpha Blocks cutting file from SVG Attic glued to the front of the cube. Then I added a little bow of Cotton Candy Trendy Bakers Twine. This would be such a cute favor box at a baby shower and they are so easy to make! I filled the boxes with pink and silver wrapped candy kisses.
I decided to make the cowboy boot from Snapdragon Snippet because the fringe detail was a perfect place to use the Cotton Candy Trendy Twine. To make the fringe I used double-sided tape along the top edge of the detail piece and looped the twine up and down across the entire length making sure to apply pressure so the twine would stay stuck in place. Then I took a pair of scissors and clipped the bottom loops and attached the fringe to the boot.
Hello, today I am sharing a project with designs from SVG Attic/Snapdragon Snippets the Windmill 3D Model. I used the beautiful Graphic 45 - Fairy Dust. I think it fit this project perfectly.
I reduced the size of this file. The overall height of my windmill is about eight inches.
I enjoyed taking the pictures for this project. The flowers were in bloom and it was a beautiful day.
The paddles even spin - it is a wonderful design. This is a more advanced file but like most of Jodi's designs I put together all the individual pieces and then assemble it. It is definitely worth the time to put together - it is such a beautiful project. Thank you for stopping by.