Gorgeous Silver Twine Bow Tutorial :: Guest Post

silver twine bow tutorial

When Amber of Damask Love sent over this amazing idea for making gorgeous bows from our gold and silver twine, I nearly fell off my chair. They are so gorgeous!

  • From Amber:

‘Tis the season to be…glittery! Amber Kemp-Gerstel here and I am thrilled  to share a project using the TomKat Studio Shimmer Twine. It’s the perfect pairing of neutral and sparkle. We’ve all seen twine used to tie pretty bows, but today I have a project that takes that idea to a new level. With just the gold or silver twine, craft glue and a mason jar,  you can create a showstopper embellishment that is a gift in itself.

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Join me at my blog, Damask Love for all the details on this project including a video tutorial! I’ll also share the contents of this gift box. Here’s a hint: there’s more glitter inside!

Thank you so much, Amber for sharing! We look forward to seeing more creative ideas from you! 

While you’re visiting Amber’s blog, please be sure to also check out an amazing project she is working on for the community of Newtown. If you’ve been looking for a way to help, please be sure to read her post.

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Comments

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    Tina Dahl says

    Love this…just beautiful!

    Also, I have been wanting to do something for the Newton community and I am so glad to be able to donate to drawn together…what a WONDERFUL, positive, beautiful idea Amber! I will try my best over the kid’s break to have them each design and write a card that we can send in also. Thanks SO much for doing this! I would assume many others, like me, want to do something…that shows we care about each and every person that has been affected, and this is such a great idea. Gives me goose bumps….

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