cards

Thanks So Much!

Hello!!  This is Amy here sharing a Thank You card that would work for any occasion.  I used more of a fall themed color scheme, but you could use any colors to make this work.  I love having thank you cards on hand for when I need them.  I don’t think there is enough ways to say “thank you” and this time of year is a great time to give thanks to all that take part in your life.  I used the Solid Natural bakers twine to wrap around the card several times.  Here is […]

National Chocolate Cupcake Day

Hi Everyone: Anita here sharing an easel card that I made for National Chocolate Cupcake Day.  Who knew??  What a fun day to celebrate.  Wish that I was eating  real chocolate cupcake.  I used some yummy The Twinery twine to accent my cupcake wrapper and pull the whole project together.  This would be a fun pick me up card for a friend.   Hugs, Anita

Autumn Greetings

Hello there!!  This is Amy here with a card to celebrate Autumn!!  I love this time of the year.  I can’t decide if it is the cooler sweater weather or the changing of the leaves that is my favorite, but I just love everything about this season…..except that it seems too short sometimes.  I love to create projects for fall, too like this card……. I used a background stamp to add texture to the card base and then cut out pumpkin images with my Cricut.  I then added some ink to the die cut images […]

Happy *Canadian* Thanksgiving!

Hi there! It’s Tobi here (your Canadian Twinery DT member living in China!) and I’ve learned a little something about our special day:  From 1931 to 1957, the date was set by proclamation, generally falling on the second Monday in October, except for 1935, when it was moved due to a general election. In 1957, Parliament fixed Thanksgiving as the second Monday in October. The theme of the Thanksgiving holiday also changed each year to reflect an important event to be thankful for. In its early years it was for an abundant harvest and occasionally for a […]

An Apple for Teacher

This week we’ve been showing apple themed projects .  You can’t help but think of Fall when you hear the word “apples” here in the Midwest.  It’s harvest time!  We’re starting to see the local farm stands open displaying corn stalks, pumpkins, colorful Indian corn, and an array of gourds in every size and shape.  I’m always excited to see bushels of apples!  The baskets are filled to overflowing – green Granny Smith, red McIntosh, and Yellow Golden Delicious.  They smell amazing too!  Fall also means back to school.  I can picture a row of […]