Twinery and Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop!

Twinery and Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop! by Hugs are Fun
Today is the last day of the Twinery and Ruby Rock-It blog hop! You should have gotten here from Denise Hahn
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Twinery and Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop! by Hugs are Fun
I was sent the Oriental Chic collection and my first idea to make origami paper cranes was a bust. The card stock was to thick to easily be able to use for origami. So I decided this was a good time to pull out my new Silhouette Cameo!

Twinery and Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop! by Hugs are Fun

I remembered a post from Jesse at Art School Dropout where she made a paper planter. I bought the same file she used and assembled it and used twine to hang it.

Twinery and Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop! by Hugs are Fun

I really love how the gorgeous patterned paper looks for this. I hung some of the cardboard stickers and the wooden embellishments that came with it. The twine is perfect for hanging it.

You can purchase the cutting file for the Silhouette here, or you can cut it out by hand using this file here.

Twinery and Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop! by Hugs are Fun
The Twinery will be giving away THREE FULL SPOOLS of twine (winner’s choice!) ($45 retail value).
Twinery and Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop! by Hugs are Fun
Ruby Rock-It will be giving away the Essence Empire Bebe collection (Album not included).
Visit the Twinery blog and the Ruby Rock-It blog to ​find out how to enter to win!

Thanks for stopping by! Your next stop is Andrew Roberts.

Here’s the full hop order for you to comment for your chance to win! And head to the Twinery for a list of the last two days’ posts!

Ruby Rock-It
The Twinery
Jenifer Cowles
Melyssa Connolly
Pattie Beltran
Katarina Damm-Blomberg
Jeanne Jachna
Monique Liedtke
Denise Hahn
Rebecca Greco
Andrew Roberts

Comments

  1. TracyM #6773 says

    WOW – these are FABULOUS Rebecca!!!
    A perfect balance of papers, folding & twine to make CRAFTY AWESOMENESS – LOVE them and look forward to making some too, I’ve made circle punch ornaments before and these would make a fun modern twist!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and for the links too, I don’t have a die cutting machine, so I really appreciate the link to the printable of the truncated octahedron :)

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