Hi there! It's Stephanie here to share with you another great way to use
The Twinery's fabulous baker's twine- as hibiscus flower centers :)
Let's pretend we're having a luau today (& let's pretend the date says the 25th, not 22nd-oops!) To start we'll need an invite, right? I whipped up this invite using Illustrator. I used a die cut to make the frame & lemondrop & pink sorbet twine to hold it all together.
To add some cuteness, I attached these paper hibiscus flowers & found that the
perfect centers can be made using The Twinery baker's twine.
How do you make these you ask? Easy! Just grab these supplies:
baker's twine, scissors, needle, hole punch, & die cut hibiscus flowers.
1. punch 2 holes in the smaller flower & use a needle to pull the twine through.
2. tie a knot using the technique shown.
3. tie simple knots at each end
4. apply a 3D mounting square to the larger flower & layer together
What else does a party need?
Perhaps a little thank you card to give the guests paired with a party favor.
And there we have a few quick & easy party supplies made cute with The Twinery!
I hope this technique inspires a project or two in your future :)
Have a great day!