Bakers Twine Ornaments

Today’s tut is all about Christmas, our 3rd one in 3 days… that’s gotta be a record ;)  We’re sharing our Bakers Twine Ornaments.

 

We re-used our frame/wreath/burlap combo from THIS fall project to create the look.  To make your own bakers twine wrapped ornaments, follow our way-too-easy tutorial:
 
Directions:
 
 
 
1: Gather supplies: spray adhesive, twine, ornaments.
2: Spray adhere ornament, wrap twine continuously.
3: Wrap as many as you’d like, as many colors are in your scheme.
 

That’s it.
Simple, right? 
Enjoy your cheap-o face lifted ornaments (:


We made these fun ornaments as part of a collaborative effort with a  fun group we just joined:

 
What you can expect from The Creative Carousel: 
Once a month, one of the members will be the host.  
That week, each member will post a tut on their blog according to the month’s theme.  
Fun, right? 

This months theme is:
 
The best part is that it will end with a BIG giveaway!
There are 3 prize packages, each valued at over $150.  You won’t want to miss out on all the crafting goodies so head on over and enter to win some  by these uh-may-zing sponsors:
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Go enter now!
Good luck (:
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The schedule for TCC this week so you can follow along: 
Tuesday: {Alison} Oopsey Daisy  
Wednesday: Us (; 
Thursday: {Kara} Creations by Kara 
Friday: {Kristyn} Lil’ Luna  
Saturday: {Amy} Positively Splendid 
Sunday: {Amanda} Every Creative Endeavor
Lolly Jane
Meet Kelli & Kristi, twin sisters and authors of Lolly Jane. We are two busy wives + mommas who are makers of all things pretty. From signs to home decor and holiday crafts or redoing furniture in between soccer practices, we do it all all while armed with an ice cold Diet Coke. Join us in our DIY adventures! XOXO
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  • Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} - Super cute! I just love baker's twine, and I never would have thought to wrap it around an ornament. Such a great face lift! :)ReplyCancel

  • Chrissy.Barile - sooo cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Alison @ Oopsey Daisy - This turned out just lovely!! :) Good work girls. Love that you put them on your front door!ReplyCancel

  • Amy @ Positively Splendid - Such a cute, fun idea!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda K @ Every Creative Endeavor - These turned out so cute! I just love them on that wreath!ReplyCancel

  • Beverly {Flamingo Toes} - Oh fun!! I love Baker's Twine – I wouldn't have thought about wrapping it around the ornaments!! Super cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Trish and Bonnie @ Uncommon - I love love love these ornaments! I wish I could run out tomorrow and buy some bakers twine!

    We are having a Home for the Holidays link party on our blog and I know that our readers would think these were crazy cute! We would love for you to join us!

    http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/2011/11/home-for-holidays-link-party_08.htmlReplyCancel

  • Maggie @ Midwestern {Sewing} Girl - I LOVE these ornaments!!! They are so cute…I'm definitely going to make some (I have baker's twine coming out of my ears)…you guys are awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - How easy peasy!! I love easy. DD's BFF is getting the crafting bug, she is coming over this weekend. Scrap-Lift time!!!! TFS!! ChelleBeeReplyCancel

  • Toni K - Beautiful frame, wreath, ornaments combo! These look easy peasy. Can't wait to try it!ReplyCancel

  • Erin of Salvaged Whimsy - I'm loving the baker's twine. I was thinking of using it on my tags for my booth…You'd think something that sounds so common would be easy to find in stores, but I've just found small amounts for scrap booking. Thanks for sharing this project, I love it!ReplyCancel

  • Jen - I love both the ornaments, and how you've hung them. Really great! Hey, you wanna come and link up to my new link party, the Head to Head Showdown? I'd love it if you did! Jen @ http://www.icantstopcrafting.blogspot.comReplyCancel

  • Kim@todayismysome-day - These look great! I love the cheery but not "over the top" colors that the bakers twine offered. Great thinking girls!

    Kim
    http://www.todayismysome-day.blogspot.comReplyCancel

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