Supply Savvy: Twines to Try

by Megan Hoeppner

Don't limit your creative twine time to the baker's variety. A number of twine possibilities on the scrapbooking market are sure to add a neat twist to your layouts. Here are a few options worth checking out:


Karen Foster Designs twine

Karen Foster Design has a colorful assortment of Scrapper's Spools that offer you a rainbow of twine possibilities. This multipurpose paper floss is delicate enough to stitch with yet durable enough to use on your various paper and home-decor designs. 


Buket Metalik twine

Buket Metalik twine will add a beautiful shine to your design. Its two-tone wrapped colors are eye-catching, whether you're making an elegant page, a scrapbook about your teenage daughter, or a more whimsical design.


Close to My Heart Embroidery Floss

Take the guesswork out of matching your twine to your cardstock and ink with Close to My Heart's assortment of Embroidery Floss, available in many of their exclusive hues.


Tinsel Trading Vintage Metal Thread

Add a vintage vibe to your page designs with the Vintage Thread Variety Box and Vintage Metal Thread from Tinsel Trading. These rare trims will add a unique touch to any of your scrapbook pages, from your modern-day events to your collection of heritage layouts.

For more benefits of baker's twine, check out the Supply Savvy column in the February 2011 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine.


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