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Take A Hike

Did you know it’s National “Take A Hike” day?  This time of year a walk in the woods is a feast for the eyes.  The colorful foliage in every shade you can imagine looks amazing!  If you’re lucky you might just catch a glimpse of some wildlife too! This Graceful Stag die surrounded by all the beautiful colors of nature seemed like just the thing for Take A Hike day!   I started with a panel of cardstock that was just a little bit bigger than the window opening of the die cut.   I […]

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

Pawsitively Perfect!

Thanks for stopping by!  We’re sharing a little Puppy Love here at the Twinery over the next few days and I’ve got a sweet little card to share!  I love incorporating twine into my projects as a way to add color and texture.   This one has lots of different colors – a treat for your eyes!  I started by stamping a tag with a punny sentiment and some cute little paw prints.  Next I got out my ruler and drew a pencil dot ever 1/4″ to help me punch holes in a nice straight […]

Ice Scream – You Scream

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!   There’s nothing like a cone of cold ice cream to satisfy on a hot summer day!  I remember my kids always insisting on the brightly colored “Superman” mix.  It was vanilla flavored but came in a swirl of bright red, blue and yellow!  What’s your favorite flavor?  There are so many to choose from… Butter pecan, Mint Chocolate Chip, or Rocky Road – it’s all good to me!    My card today is ice cream inspired including every last detail.. the sherbet colors of […]

Multi Strand Spine Bookmarks

Hi there! It’s Tifany here from Ink Blots by TRD and if you’ve been around my blog lately, you know that one of my favorite “crafts” is Bible art/journaling. It seems like at any given time there are a couple of particular passages that are in the queue for future pages to be done, and this is a pretty way to mark those places.  These bookmarks are particularly useful for a large book like the Bible, but they can work for any book.  And even better…they aren’t just regular bookmarks – they can tuck right […]