Monday, April 22, 2013

Imaginisce {and the twinery}


Imaginisce is teaming up with The Twinery this week to bring you ideas on how you can incorporate baker's twine into your layouts and projects. 


For my idea, I used four colors of twine (Cantaloupe, Honeydew, Buttercream and Shore) and alternated them behind the negative space in a digitally cut title that I cut using the Cameo.


The final effect adds texture to my layout and a bit of whimsy to the project. In total, this layout has at least 4 levels of layering on it.


I hope I've given you an idea for your next project using twine. There are lots more on the Imaginisce and Twinery blogs this week. 

Here are the other designers hopping today:
Diana Fisher (you are here)

Imaginisce is giving away a collection package of Endless Summer, an i-rock tool and 1 compact of Hot Rocks to one lucky hopper.




Stop by and check out what we've been up to! Thanks for visiting here today. 


SUPPLIES: Imaginisce: Good Dog (pattern paper), Childhood Memories (pattern paper, stickers, 3-D stickers)The Twinery (Cantaloupe, Buttercream, Honeydew, Shore), Silhouette Cameo (digital cut-grass, title, eggs), Fiskars cloud punch, white & teal gel pen

40 comments:

Monique Liedtke said...

Gorgeous page Diana!! Love how you used the twine!!

Barb Wagar said...

Great use of twine to fill in the negative space.. which is really a positive in this case!

Tracey said...

Ooooh, loving the twine behind your title!! Awesome page!!

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Awesome idea!! Love your layout!

ReneeBates said...

Super cute! Very creative!

orange gearle said...

So cool! Love it!

Sarah said...

I love all of your layers! Lots of fun details on this layout.

Fleursbydesign said...

Beautiful page, love the twine in the negative space :)

Ange said...

Love it! Very fun!!

Rhonda Van Ginkel said...

Love the twine behind the negative titlework!!!

Diana Waite said...

FABULOUS use of baker's twine in the title--GREAT job diana!

Robin B. said...

Beautiful layout, thanks for sharing!

Cheryl Hutcherson said...

So cool how you used twine on the letters of Easter! Love it!

sharon g said...

I like how you used the twine behind the letters that were die cut!

Christi Steinbeck said...

Love the layout will give this a try! Thank you!

Bente Fagerberg said...

Love this.I am always looking for new ways to use twine.

Susan Kennedy said...

This is fantastic.. I just LOVE how you did the title!!!

Susan Kennedy said...

Such great projects!! Everyone is so creative!!

Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) said...

Beautiful layout. I love all your details. Wonderful job on the twine wrapped letters. Way to go.

Carla said...

Great use of the twine. Cute
idea and the way you used it.
Carla from Utah

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Gorgeous projects!!! Wow!!!

Carol said...

I love when two great companies team up! Thanks for the inspiration!


Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

steph said...

love how you used the twine.

Barb Murphy said...

wow! the negative diecut title revealing the twine is about as perfect as it gets! lovely!!!

Sue D said...

I like how you used the twine on this layout and the colors you used.

Crafty Aunt Dee said...

Love this layout and how you used the twine for letters. What a great job and idea. Thanks for sharing

Loly Borda-Towery said...

lovely LO and pics. TFS

Pamela Romero said...

Wonderful layout! Those wrapped letters are so adorable!

Karenladd said...

Wow, what a clever way to embellish your title letters! Looks so fun!

StefanieH said...

cute layout, i still need to do mine, you have given me great ideas.

Texas Cattlewoman said...

ooooo....I just love the title! TFS! I know I will be trying this idea!

Kim

Melissa said...

Perfect page! Love thin interest of the twine on the letters.

Cynthia B. said...

Awesome effect with the twine letters! Love this happy page!

Tigerberry said...

I love what you did with the Alphas and the twine.

Iris said...

pretty layout. Iris

KatheeVZ said...

What a great way to fill negative space! Love the twine!

Jean Bullock said...

Love how you used the twine on the letters. Seriously, it is a great effect! The scrapbook page is darling.

marylouh said...

Thanks for the idea of covering letters with the twine. I loved using twine before - but it's getting even better.

Cassandra said...

Wow! I love how you did the title! I love learning a new idea!! Thanks for sharing :) ctimz3 at yahoo dot com

Candace said...

this is soooo cute!! I love this layout!! great job!

candace
scrappin2littleprincesses.blogspot.com