Thursday, July 23, 2015

The Twinery Caribbean blog hop

Hi ya'll welcome to The Twinery Blog hop. Today I thought I try something fun (I know I'm out of season but it's never to late for a snowman) . I braided the solid Caribbean twine from The Twinery into a long rope then cut it in 3 sections and braided them again.  I painted a face on a large white cloths pin and glued star buttons.  

You can get Caribbean in striped or solid.


Here is the list of hop sites.
The Twinery -  http://thetwinery.com

Tobi Crawford - http://tobicrawford.blogspot.ca/
Stacey Schafer - http://stampinwithstacey.blogspot.com/Denise Hahn - http://www.inmyblueroom.blogspot.com/Melyssa Connolly - http://www.fantastink.blogspot.com/ 
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Since I'm last on the hop please stop by The Twinery store where you can nab some Caribbean twine.

11 comments:

DoBea A. said...

Oh, my gosh! That snowman is so adorable!!! Love that you used the twine for his scarf!

Anita said...

Oh my, I love this too. Don't want to think about winter though, but snowmen are my favorite. Hugs.

Nicole Pankratz said...

Oh my goodness! So cute! Braided twine is one of my favorite things...and that little sweet snowman -- all the heart eyes! ;)

Percilla G said...

Oh I loved how you used the twine for the snowman's scarf

Jeanne J said...

Super Cute snowman! Love his smile!

Crafty Aunt Dee said...

Love your snowman. So clever and a great project to do with my nieces. Can't wait to try this one. The twine scarf is adorable.

IamUniquelyImperfect said...

One of the cutest snowmen around. Thanks for sharing. Patricia B

Michele Henderson said...

What a fun project! This is adorable!

Cynthia B. said...

How creative you are with the scarf of twine! I was thinking of the Caribbean color for summery projects, but wow, what a great color this is for your cute snow-pin. Love it!

Susan said...

Adorable twine scarf! From the beach to snowmen! Too cute!

Sue D said...

What an adorable idea--thanks for sharing.