Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Totally Limeade Trendy Twine Hop

Hi everyone!  It's a new Trendy Twine release today--Totally Limeade and Totally Grape!!  And we are celebrating with a blog hop showcasing Totally Limeade.  There are some prizes to be won if you stop and comment along the way :)


If you just came from Kate, you are right on track.  But if not, please start at Twine It Up! with Trendy Twine so you don't miss a thing.

I have a picture frame to show you today.  It is cut from the Happy Hauntings Cricut Cartridge.


The frame is cut at 8 inches.  It stands up pretty well and even the back stand is cut from cardstock.  I was thinking I would need to double up that cut, but didn't take the time.


I originally thought I would cover the entire front in the fabulous Totally Limeade Twine, but then thought that would be a bit much.


I tend to get glue all over and that doesn't look very well on the black.  When I decided to put some star sequins at the places the twine met, I added some to the spots that had some extra glue too.  This size frame is holding a normal picture that was printed from my camera.  I just glued the back on on the side and bottom.

Your next stop is Jessica.  Now, be sure to follow along and comment on all the blogs in the hop.  There are three prizes to be won:






Aren't these some great prizes?!  Be sure to leave all your comments before 11:59pm Friday, October 4th!!

Have a great day!

Helen

40 comments:

  1. Love your picture frame! This is such a GREAT project to hold a Halloween pic! Awesome job Helen!!

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  2. a cricut cut , that is something I haven't seen in a while :) I just love what you did with the twine. It make it pop and gives it that extra spooky touch. Great work :)

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  3. So pretty, the twine looks great as a spiderweb :D

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  4. Oh my gosh - what a clever way to use that fun twine! Love the little stars, they add just the right amount of bling to your frame - awesome!

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  5. That is really cool! It's amazing how the twine almost looks like it glowing. Awesome!!

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  6. How fun! Love the frame, the twine is a great accent :)

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  7. the green really sets off the web. Great job.

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  8. Great framing job. A touch of sweetness to the scariness.

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  9. What a great idea, Helen. I love the twine outlining some of the web and the sequins give it just enough bling.

    Thanks so much for participating in the hop.

    Lesley @ Trendy Twine

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  10. Such a cute idea! Soooo cute!

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  11. What a fun little frame, Helen! I love the "webbed" look and the sequins you added are perfect. Who knew plain ole cardstock with some twine would be so cute?! TFS!
    ~Donna K

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  12. What a fun idea.. love all the little details too :) hugs

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  13. Love the detail work on the frame

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  14. This really came out great Helen, love how you used the twine on the web an the little stars look like they are shining!!

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  15. wow what an amazing idea, I am so going to do this and put a pic of my two sons in there costumes :) xx

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  16. such a neat idea, and fun way to use the twine!!

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  17. Awesome Frame, love what you did with the Twine.

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  18. Love your webbed frame. The twine looks fabulous!

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  19. Such a cute frame. Awesome job!! (:

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  20. Like the contrast of the black and green in the frame...makes it "pop!"

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  21. I love your frame, and how you twined it up:)
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  22. What a great idea... that is so cute :)

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  23. Clever idea to use it on the frame, I love it:)
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  24. Super cute frame. Great idea with the twine and love how you used your stars to cover glue up. Looks great.

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  25. What a fabulous way to use that twine!
    Beth
    Beth's Beauties

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  26. wow...love the way you used the twine as accent. excellent idea!!!

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  27. Super cute project! Love how your frame turned out-very cool how you used the twine!TFS!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  28. Great frame, the picture looks awesome in it!

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