Hi everyone! HAPPY FRIDAY!! Yippee! Do you have any good plans for the weekend? I do. We are finally going to be going back to our condo on Saturday! I will be so happy to be back to our own home and to my scraproom. The extended stay at my mom’s house has been a royal pain. I have LOVED being with my huskies again. That was the only great thing about house sitting.
Today and tomorrow I have new Glue Dots DT projects to share! I had SO MUCH FUN creating this one! I felt so clever and creative when I came up with this card. He he! You are gonna love it, at least I hope you love it! I don’t usually come up with something that I feel is totally unique and totally creative, but this one it good 🙂
Are you ready to see? Ha ha, now I might have gotten you all excited over it.
Twine Easter Eggs on a card!!!
Isn’t that the coolest thing!? The directions for how I created these neat little things is below! With the help of the new XL Glue Dots, these ended up being super duper easy to put together. I have seen people make Twine circles before, for like lollipops and stuff but I haven’t seen a twine egg yet. I am sure they are out there as well. This is my take on it.
Twine: Light Blue, Tangerine, and Light Purple (The Twinery)
Easter sentiment (SP and Company)
Corner Rounder (We R Memory Keepers)
1. Create card base out of purple cardstock. Cut 8.5X11inch cardstock sheet down the center length-wise to create a 2.25X11inches. Fold in half and punch corners with the corner rounder.
2. Tie pink ribbon into a bow around the card base.
3. Create Easter eggs out of twine using XL Glue Dots® and Mini Glue Dots®. I created mine one at a time. Place XL Glue Dot onto cardstock where desired. At the top of the XL Glue Dot® (the top is the pointy side of the egg), add a couple of mini glue dots. Starting in the center of the XL Glue Dot®, start winding the twine around into a spiral shape. Make the top pointy as you go and make the bottom rounder to form an egg shape. Keep winding around until you cover the entire XL Glue Dot® & then cut the end of the twine off.
4. Stamp Easter sentiment on your card where desired.
Chrissie has a spectacular project in store for you over at the SP Stamps Blog. Stop by and check it out!
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