I'm just an old-school Prepster and love anything monogrammed, don't you? Have you ever thought about sewing with The Twinery baker's twine? I've done it many times and it works beautifully. If you're wondering about how to get the twine through the eye of your needle, you could always try out this little threading trick of mine.
Although the challenge ends this evening, for the last ten days our designers have presented their fun and creative projects and we invite you to play along for a chance to win.
Because it's just such a great combination, I paired Solid Strawberry and Solid Caribbean baker's twine together for my project.
- Go through your stash and find one of those cute little notebooks you bought from the daily deal site you get an e-mail from every day. Yep, that's where this little cutie came from!
- Lightly pencil your desired monogram on the front cover, my daughter's name begins with an I.
- Choose your two favorite colors of baker's twine from The Twinery. I know it's hard to narrow it down to two, but just do it.
- Use the smallest hole option on your Crop-o-Dile and punch holes along your penciled in letter shape.
- Begin sewing. Here's a threading trick for baker's twine.
- Get creative when topping letters that require a dot...here I used a chipboard button from my scrapbooking supplies. I even used a bit of washi tape along the notebook spine and to cover the pen that was included.
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