If you are jumping in on this post series, you might want to see all the techniques, and you can find them here. You also might be interested in knowing that one lucky winner (USA only) will received the set of tags I created and photographed for this series. (Information at the end of the post!)
Background Stamping & Sanding Cardstock
Sponge Backgrounds & Crinkling
The according fold medallions are great. They can be tiny to huge, and can make a wonderful addition to many projects. I’ve used them as the base of name tags for a craft retreat and as a “lollipop” on a layout
Baker’s Twine is not just for cooking or wrapping around cute packages, it is also good for creating beautiful embellishments! I choose to show examples using words and journaling as I find I use twine more for a ribbon replacement or showing the flight of a butterfly, and less for words. Continuing to broaden my horizons!
Now you might want to know how you can earn chances to win These tags. There are several ways. Write a comment on this post. (1 entry) Share this post link on your Facebook post and let me know on my FB page Crafting with Amanda that’s you’ve done it. (1 entry per share). Like my FB page. (3 entries) If you’re a pinterest person, for every technique tag you pin, you receive an entry. (up to 35!) At the end of the contest I will assign each entry a number and using a random number generator will pick a winner. I will announce the winner on this blog, and then contact them to get the address where the tag book should be sent.
If you would like a copy of my technique instructions file, leave a comment with your email and I will send it to you.
Happy Crafting and Good Luck!by
The pleated medallions are striking! For some reason, this technique never crossed my radar. Neither did the concept of using twine for underlining or lines of flight instead of just using it to wrap and make bows. You have opened up a whole new direction of thought and application of supplies.
I love the twine underlines! The medallions are pretty neat too.