Sunday, February 2, 2014

Simply White Blog Hop -- with Timeless Twine


It's here, and it's simply beautiful! Today is the release of Simply White twine from Timeless Twine.  I know if you're following the hop, you've seen faNtAsTiC creations so far, and you should have just arrived from the amazingly talented Isha's blog.  If you happened to have just stumbled across this hop, you'll want to start at the beginning, at the Timeless Twine blog to see Stacy's creation.
Here's the whole hop line up for you:
 Here is the order of the hop:
Brianna Loeffelbein: http://bloeffelbein.blogspot.com

I absolutely LOVE this new color of twine.  It goes with anything and everything.  I had so much fun creating with it that I have two projects to share with you today.  Here's the first one, a card I made with my Silhouette:

There's Simply White Timeless Twine in several places on this card, but it's probably the most noticeable on the hot air balloon.  Yes, Timeless Twine has many uses, including holding up balloons! I also wrapped it around the base of the card 'cause I love the stuff so much!
I used a Bella Creationz Valentine Sticker on the hot air balloon, because it just needed to be there.  
OK, on to project #2 -- love notes.  I also used my Silhouette to make this project.

I wove the Simply White Timeless Twine through the doily shape, and then wrapped both Bubblegum Pink and Simply White Timeless Twine around the lid of the box. 
Inside, the box holds 12 love notes.  I tied more Simply White twine  and Bubblegum Pink twine through the cut out heart of each love note.

 And, here's one more view of the box and notes:


Twine and supplies used on these projects, found in the Bella Creationz store



That's it for me, but you still have lots more hopping through a very talented Timeless Twine team.  Just wait until you see what the lovely Karen has for you.  She'll have you {Simply} tied in knots and bows! Hop on and have FUN!
I'm entering the card in the following challenge:
Kraftin' Kimmie Blog -- Krafty Bowl Challenge #4 -- Something New (new stamp, new twine color)

28 comments:

  1. Your balloon is amazing and I looove that lil' note card box. Fun-tabulous!

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  2. Wonderful use of the twine - love your notecard set! :)

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  3. wonderful card and creation Julie.

    gr karin

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  4. the balloon is so so so cute! I was already a follower! great work!

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  5. AWW SUPER LOVE THE HOT AIR BALLOON!!:D:D WHee!

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  6. Very creative use of twine! Love your projects!

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  7. Great idea on the balloon! The box full of cards is fantastic!

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  8. Love them both! The balloon card is so cute!

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  9. Love your projects! So adorably cute!

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  10. Fabulous creations, love all the different ways you incorporated the twine, just fantastic!

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  11. Your hot air balloon is my favorite!

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  12. Both projects are wonderful. Great cuts. I like the balloon and sentiment. The twine looks great with that blue. The box cut is a clever cut and I like the little notes with the twine. Weaving the twine on the doily circle is clever and pretty.
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  13. Very cute projects. I love your card. The hot air balloon is such a great idea. Wonderful job.

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  14. Fabulous projects. Love the hot air balloon. TFS

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  15. super cute!!! love the balloon :)

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  16. Great projects! I agree with everyone else I love the hot air balloon card! :)

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  17. Great projects! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Clever use of the twine to make the ropes for the balloon. The box is great too.

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  19. Cute! Love the balloon card! And very cool box of notes! :)

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  20. You're projects are so adorable. I love the hot air balloon the most.

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  21. Love both of your projects. So cute and fun! : ) ~ Kristy

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  22. Great projects. My fave is the hot air balloon.

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