Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Trendy Twine Tuesday :)

Happy Tuesday!
Are you guys ready for another great month of projects
showcasing the Fabulous Trendy Twine?

This month we are showing you projects made with the ever yummy

I decided to make a tissue box cover with an Easter theme
for a home decor item.

The opposite sides are the same.
 Here is a view of what is on the other two sides:

The top:

The cover off of the box:

Cute huh? Look how well that Cotton Candy Trendy Twine goes with all your spring projects, not to mention baby projects. The pink and blue combo is so pretty.
You can find the tutorial on how to make a tissue box cover HERE
All of my frames were cut from the Elegant Edges cricut cartridge at 3.25".
My bunny was cut from the Simply Charmed Cricut Cartridge at 2.25".
My Easter basket was cut from the Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge at 2".
The frame on the opening was cut using the Labels Four die from Spellbinders

Don't forget to head over to the Trendy Twine Blog to see more inspiration from the design team as well as entering the challenge. I would love to see what you make!
Thanks for stopping by!
I hope you have a great crafty day!

Cricut Cartridge: Elegant Edges, Simply Charmed, Doodlecharms
Card Stock: Recollections
Cuttlebug: Polka Dots Embossing Folder
Dies/Punches: Scallop Sentiment Border Punch (Fiskars), Labels Four (Spellbinders)
Misc: Diamond Dust Stickles, Clear Button,


Kimberly Jensen said...

Oh my gosh this is too cute!! I love this and how you did the opening on the top!!! So adorable!! Greta job friend :) What an inspiration!

Pat N. said...

Super sweet! What a great tissue box cover. Love it!--Pat N.

HeatherLynn said...

Oh, Stacey..this is sooo cute! Sure does jazz up that plain tissue box! Love it! Hope you are having a good week! ~HL

HeatherLynn said...

p.s. I liked you on facebook! :)

missstamper said...

Love it!

Jamie said...

This is so cute! Love all the details!

Annie's Paper Boutique said...

This is a darling idea. Love the soft colors. Everything is so Springy. And the little "bunny" is so cute!

Anonymous said...

What a pretty project! Thanks for the link to the directions.

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