The Twinery and Serendipity Stamps Blog Hop


It’s time for another blog hop, this time with the Twinery and Serendipity Stamps! It’s the first day of the hop and you should have made your way here from Happy Paper Craft Happenings, so welcome! Head over to the Twinery blog for a full list.
When I picked out my stamps, I couldn’t resist these embroidery stamps. I also got this cute button stamp and decided to make some wall hangings for my craft area.
I used the stamp on a plain white cotton fabric and put it into a hoop. I decorated the hoops a couple different ways.

The first one I made I wrapped in Caribbean Solid twine. I love the way it looks, but the twine is a little thick for the hoop and it made it a little difficult to get the hoop together.
So for the second one I tied Denim Stripe twine into a bow around the top of the hoop.

The third one I braided Mandarin Solid, Maraschino Solid, and Marigold Solid together and attached it to the top as a way to hang the hoop.
There’s also a chance to win some prizes!

A Solid Sampler Pack (retail value $48)

A Serendipity Stamps $25 gift certificate.

Visit the Twinery blog and the Serendipity Stamps blog to ​find out how to enter to win!

Make sure you check out all the other stops on this blog hop!

The Twinery
Serendipity Stamps
Julie Ranae
Monika Wright
Jenny Gropp
Marybeth Lopez
Christine Meyer
Miriam Napier
Katarina Damm-Blomberg
Pauline Pollington
Anita Mulcahey


  1. says

    I was a cross-stitcher so I would love these embroidery stamps. Good idea to make the little wall hangings for your room. Wrapping the twine around the hoop was a great idea. Using it for other embellishments on the hoops was also nice. thanks for sharing.

  2. Tammy Pope says

    What a great decorative project, and you have shown three ways to use the twine to accent your stamping. Terrific idea!

  3. Teresa Godines #6857 says

    Love that your projects are outside the box ideas. Wrapping the twine around the hoop is a great idea. TFS

  4. Renee Drew says

    Wonderful ways to use the twine, and with all those available colors could liven up a dorm room in school colors. Great “heading off to college” gift!

  5. Celeste Goff says

    Wow, you worked hard on those hoops girl! They look amazing and I especially love the wrapped one…so unique!

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