Posts Tagged “banner”

Let Freedom {St}ring!!!

It’s time to celebrate America this week! And to help you out a little bit, we’ve created some fun gift tags…that you can download for FREE! It’s our little “Happy Birthday, America” gift to you! DOWNLOAD GIFT TAGS HERE We’ve created a few designs for you to use…and they are perfectly patriotic! We paired the tags with our Firecracker twine…which is perfectly patriotic in it’s own way! And don’t limit yourself to just tying them around a gift box! Here are a few other ideas: – tie them around a silverware + napkin to create […]

New Twine Release + Free Printable Spring Banner

SPRING IS IN THE AIR…AND WE HAVE SOMETHING FUN TO SHARE! We would like to introduce you to our newest baker’s twine color: SPRING BLOSSOM Perfect for Spring with it’s soft pink, mint and white colorway!  It would also make a cute “sweet mint” holiday theme…but who’s thinking cold right now? Back to spring and sunshine and blossoms… Spring Blossom is the first of many new twine colors coming your way from The Twinery! It’s the first of our brand new tri-colored twine collection and it’s the very first of our new TWINE OF THE MONTH!   […]

Pinterest Banner Inspiration!

It’s Sarah here today, and if you’re anything like me (and I’m sure you are), you have spent a greater cumulative total of hours on Pinterest than you will ever, ever admit to.  I always feel vindicated, though, when my hours of pinning actually result in recipe made or a project completed.  This challenge is right up my alley and I bet you can join in the fun, too! I saw this flash card banner and thought it was so cute! Inspiration struck, so I re-pinned and was ready to make a back-to-school banner.  See this […]

Feels Like a ‘Crochet & Denim’ Day!

   Hello!Welcome to the final day of our currentchallenge here at The Twinery. We have two fabulous designerssharing two very creative ways to use banners!       This is Jen from Jen’s Ink Spot.   This time the theme is all about banners, and I LOVE banners! I took some old jean pockets and cut them out (I have LOTS of jeans to choose from because my son can’t wear a pair of jeans for more than a few weeks before the knees have holes in them!).  I die cut some felt shapes and used […]