Thursday, March 29, 2012

Nikki Sivils and The Twinery!

Today on the Nikki Sivils, Scrapbooker Blog, and the Twinery Blog, we are showcasing projects that combine these two awesome manufacturers! I am a BIG fan of twine, and with all the amazing colors that The Twinery has, it's hard not to reach for it with every project that I create!

Today I am showing you  a layout I created with the new Nikki Sivils collection: Exit Here, and a few different colors from the Twinery:



I used the twine to create the grass, bunny whiskers, flower centers and wrapped it around a small dowel to make the stem! 

Be sure to stop by the Twinery and the Nikki Sivils Blog, leave a comment for your chance to win!  (check back tomorrow too, for more projects and inspiration!)

15 comments:

Laurel said...

This is just so adorable!

Melanie said...

Such cute details, Jodi! I love your clever use of the twine :)

VanessaB said...

so much cuteness! those pictures are the so darn cute and the lo is soooo adorable so all of it all together is the cutest ever. love it :)

Stacy said...

Your layout is super cute, simply loving it!

AmyJ said...

this is adorable. I love that lil bunny and all the details.

Julie S. said...

Both of Your Little Bunnies are too cute !! TFS

isay said...

super cute layout! i love love your twine grass idea!

Angi said...

So sweet and adorable! Love this.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love love love this!!! LOVING that bunny and the way you made the grass!

pruttybird said...

This is sooo adorable ... Just might have to "borrow" this idea :)

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Mara Campbell said...

This is just so cute Jodi!! I love what you did with the twine, such a fun idea to use it as grass.

Anita Braddock said...

Supper Adorable. love the colors.thanks for sharing your great work.
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Marielle said...

the twine grass is genius Jodi,love.love.love your layout :)

Rebecca said...

oh my goodness she is just TOO cute!! Love the adorable layout too :)

lynda said...

It's amazing how you found so many uses for the twine on 1 layout!