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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Twinery & Imaginisce Showcase

Welcome to The Twinery & Imaginisce blog hop!  I am so glad you stopped by!


If you are following along in the blog hop, you should have come from Tiffany Hood's blog!   If you would like to start at the beginning, visit The Twinery's blog for a full list of those participating each day!


There are some fabulous prizes too! 

SIX lucky winners will receive either...



'I Dream in Twine', The Twinery's full collection of all 18 colors

or


Imaginisce's 'Makin' Waves' Collection!

To be eligible to win visit each participating designer's blog each day of the hop & leave a comment by Sunday, April 22.


The paper kit that I used from Imaginisce was "Sole Sisters" and it is all about friendships and girl time!  I decided to go with a girl's night out party theme.


For the party theme, I created a card to send out as an invitation, some lollipop favors and a colorful little candy cup.


The paper kit, Sole Sisters, included lots of fun premade tags, chipboard shapes and diecuts so it was so fast & simple to create a card!  I used some coordinating trendy tape that I picked up at my local stores and attached the black & white houndstooth tag that was included with the kit.  I added a single strand of Twinery twine as a bow accent down the side.  I love how one tiny piece of the Twinery's twine adds such a pop to a card!


For the candy cup, I purchased a very inexpensive (50 cents on sale!) glass votive candle holder and filled it with colorful candy to match the theme.  I cut some red muslin in a circle and then rubber banded it to the top of the candle holder so it was easy to tie the twine & buttons in place.  I punched a circle with the cutest purse paper from the paper kit and attached it to the top of the muslin.  It made a super quick, super inexpensive party gift!


I also made some lollipops to serve as additional favors and to use as decoration.  I attached another one of the stickers from the kit onto a punched piece of coordinating cardstock and tied two different colors of twine.  Fast and simple!


Here is a side view so you can see how the lollipop looks from the side.


Thank you for visiting us on our hop today!! Be sure to visit The Twinery & Imaginisce's blogs tomorrow to continue on with more product showcasing from both companies!

Don't forget to leave a comment on each participating blog to be eligible to win one of the SIX prizes up for grabs!

Take care and thank you for visiting!

93 comments:

  1. Hi Jen,
    i like the candy packaging!
    looks very sweet ;)

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  2. Very cute ensemble of items. I would love to give them al to someone.

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  3. What a fun set, beautiful colors and the twine is the perfect touch!!
    Cindylu

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  4. Love how they all go together and make gredat little gifts separately!!

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  5. so many ideas! thanks for sharing :)

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  6. Love the candy cup and lollipop ideas! So cute!

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  7. Sweet invite set! My fave is thecandy cup, super original and lovely to boot!

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  8. So cute! Great little pieces, it all really comes together perfectly!

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  9. The lollipop wraps are too, too cute!

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  10. How super cute! Love the suckers!

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  11. What a great little set! So cute!

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  12. Love the lollipop wrapping idea.

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  13. How a little twine makes a big diference :)

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  14. What a fun set you created! I just love your style...thanks for the wonderful inspiration!

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  15. Girls night out! Love the set, so adorable, and great idea to put the lollipop "flowers" in a plant.

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  16. Love this project, Thank you for sharing.

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  17. Sweet creations! Totally love the lollipops!!!

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  18. What fun ideas you have here...I especially love the sucker idea, fabulous!

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  19. Cute party goodies! Love the card.

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  20. really got a lot of great idea
    thanks for all the good ideas

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  21. Love the party theme. Great ideas.

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  22. I want to be invited to your girls night out. So cute!

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  23. Cute party ideas - love the lollipop covers!

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  24. Such cute ideas!!!

    ((danielleciullo@gmail.com))

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  25. Hiya Jen. Firstly, I was so taken by your blog header. Why you ask?? Because I have the same pattern on my Imagine cover. You can see it here:
    http://ladybuglair.blogspot.ca/2011/03/imagine-jammies.html

    Is that wild or what?? Sorry I digress. LOL I'm here on a blog hop. :-)

    Your project is adorable and I'm now your newest follower! TFS!

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  26. I am in love with the grass as a gift! The red burlap is to die for!

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  27. You are beyond clever my friend!:)

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  28. Great party ensemble!!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  29. EEEK...your set is so adorable. Love the candy jar.

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  30. I enjoyed your post, fun projects!

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  31. These gifties are sooo cute. I may do that for my girlfriends too! Thanks for sharing them with us

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  32. Thanks for sharing your girls night out idea. I play bunco and am always looking for a theme for the month that I host.

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  33. Super cute collection of projects, loving the candy bowl! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  34. What a great Set. love the Card and the Candy and flower pot covering.
    Great Idea for the lollipops covers very cool. thanks for sharing
    abbraddock@msn.com

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  35. loved your party favors! Hosting bunco this month I just might use this idea!

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  36. Wow, love all your party favors and invite using Sole Sisters and twine. I want to come to this party. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  37. Never thought about mixing the colors and I love the look!! Thanks for the inspiration!

    judybob3@att.net

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  38. like some of the others, i like this idea for a bunco group.

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  39. Your party favors are so cute. Never would have thought of that. Thanks for sharing a great idea.

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  40. Love all your party favors especially the invite. Thanks for sharing all of them with us.

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  41. so cute! love your candy packaging.

    ~luanne
    sisterscraftcafe at gmail dot com

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  42. Everything looks so "delicous', what great ideas!

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  43. This is beautiful. I love your ideas with this collection. The suckers, and everything is just so cute. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Amy Jones #8546
    http://thetigershaven.blogspot.com/

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  44. Altogether this is a sweet package deal - love it!!!

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  45. cute projects and they look wonderful with that red burlap! so pretty together!

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  46. I have to do the glass votive idea - I have several at home that aren't in use. Just need to find some cute burlap and buttons to go with my twine. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  47. Very cute card. All of your projects are great. Thanks for sharing!

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  48. Cool little project! I would love to do something like this for a holiday!

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  49. these are really nice projects. thank you for sharing.

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  50. So cute! I love your style! TFS! :)
    Orangemm.13@gmail.com

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  51. Very cute ideas! these would make great party favors for a kids party too :) Thanks!

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  52. The candy packaging is absolutely my favorite, and you're right - inexpensive! I will admit that I really like that it is a small amount though, so you're not overloading your girlfriends with sugar!

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  53. Great projects, love all details :)

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  54. Such cute projects Jen. I especially love the candy jar. Adorable!
    Hugs, Rosalee

    realcanadiangurl@gmail.com

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  55. Very cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  56. Very cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  57. WOW! I'm loving this idea! One of my favorite collections! Love how you made all of the different elements - and the twine compliments it perfectly! Thank you so much for the inspiration and the chance to win! :-) x

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  58. Forgot to say - my email address is kerysdotsharrockatmedotcom (Just in case I am lucky enough to win! :-))

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  59. Cute candy packaging!! cantor(dot)monica(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. Wonderful. I especially love your card.

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  61. Beautiful projects!
    June
    holliday125@yahoo.com

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  62. That is such a cute setup! thank you for sharing with us.

    Amy V

    silly_girl_823 at hotmail doto com

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  63. Great ideas!! I love the candy cup and the lollipops.

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  64. Jen, you simply amaze me. The ideas you come up with to use twine just blow me away! I love love the trendy tape idea.....I need to "steal" (haha) this idea as I have some Target tape sitting on my desk and I have no idea what to do with it! So glad I got to share my news with you today!

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  65. Wow I love it all !! I'd come to your party!! Terrific job!

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  66. Jen, your projects are a great way to remind us that playing with imaginisce products and twine has endless possibilities.
    TFS and for being part of this fun hop.
    Have a wonderful day!
    Liz
    unikebyyes{at}yahoo{dot}com

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  67. Sweet project set! I too am loving the sucker covers!

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  68. GNO party? I'm in! :-D What a cute ensemble, Jen! I love the twine touches on everything, and the fun color combo!
    P.S. I *love* the button pendant! It's perfect for my friend, who is a black & red kind of gal. The packaging was so adorable too--I'm going to post a pic on my blog, if that's okay with you. :-)

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  69. Fun hop, thanks for the inspiration!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  70. what a great way to incorporate their products.

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  71. What a fabulous party set! Loving that houndstooth paper!

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  72. Love your project--especially the cute candy jar! Thanks for sharing!
    TeacherMom
    Gaudet5 at Rogers dot com

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  73. Super fun project! I would be so impressed if a friend invited me to an evening with all those little extras!! Love everything about it!!

    jillc at ne dot rr dot com

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  74. Loks like a bright and fun party. Rlovew1976@yahoo.com

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  75. What a fun party ensemble, Jen! Your card is perfect using washi tape (have to try that stuff). The lollipops and candy jar are so nicely decked out ~ love it. Thanks for the fun Blog Hop and chance to win Twinery Twine or Imaginisce paper!

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  76. I love your girls' night out package, Jen! Those little purses are so cute!

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