Sunday, December 15, 2013

Twine Farwell

Today is my last post as a design team member of this fabulous company. I would like to thank Stacy, Debbie and my twine sisters for the amazing and fast year.
Today's project is a cute Christmas gift bag that has a sequins filled tag and a tassel. Be sure to stop by the TT blog to see more details on the bag and tassel.
                                                         
Right now, let's focus on the tag. 
 To make this you will need:
Tag
Sequins
Sewing Machine
Thin clear plastic (I used a sleeve from a 4x6 photo album)
Low tack tape (washi or painters tape)
1. Add tape to back of the tag. Making sure it goes beyond the tag.
2. Add sequins to the center.
3. Place plastic on top. Make sure the tape sticks to it.
4. Carefully pick the tag up and sew the plastic to the tag. Make sure to don't catch any of the sequins in the stitches. 
5. Carefully, remove the tape. Trim away the excess plastic. 
It only took 5 easy steps to create this beautiful tag. 
Be sure to follow me to see my latest twine creations.
Twines I used.
Image of Kraft Brown Bakers Twine ~ {Light Brown, Khaki, Flax Bakers Twine}Image of Cherry Red TIMELESS TWINEā„¢Image of Natural Baker's Twine by Timeless Twine
Thanks for stopping by and have a twine filled day.

3 comments:

  1. Mandi such a great project and i just love the tassel. We will miss you and i want to tell you it has been great having you on the team. Thank you for the wonderful projects you have shared over this past year. Time has really flown by! I wish you luck in all you do and please stay in touch i would love to stay connected!
    Big hugs!
    Deb C

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  2. Your gift bag is terrific. I love the extra special tag with those shiny sequins and the adorable twine tassel. You put such thought into your creations. Great tutorial too.

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  3. Looove this bag Mandi! Great tag idea =) You will be greatly missed on the TTDT, but I look forward to seeing more of your projects on your blog in 2014.

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