Thursday, May 31, 2012

The Twinery & Ephiphany Crafts!

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Happy Thursday!  I hope you are joining us for day four of The Twinery and Epiphany Crafts team up!  You should have arrived here from the Epiphany Crafts blog, if not make sure to head back to The Twinery blog!  (I will also have a complete blog hop list at the bottom of this post!)
I created a little bookmark using a simple hair band, The Twinery's bakery twine and an adorable charm from Epiphany Crafts.  I am using mine this one to embellish my Kindle's cover, but it would work with a book too.  (I just happen to use my Kindle most of the time now...I love being able to buy a new book without leaving the house.)

The next stop on today's hop is Ginny Hughes!

Blog Hop List


Thank you so much for stopping by!

Materials:
  • Hair Band
  • Patterned Paper and Embellishments - Anna Griffin
  • The Twinery Baker's Twine - Peapod, Maraschino Cherry, Denim, and Charcoal
  • Ephiphany CraftsShape Studio Tool Square 25, Shape Studio Accessories Bubble Caps Square 25, and Metal Charms Double Square 25


60 comments:

Miriam Prantner said...

What a neat project! I wouldn't have thought to use a hairband, and I love how this looks!

Alina said...

Oh... that journal embellishment is wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

Annette said...

wow Lauren this is just gorgeous...I love this idea...so creative and fun...thanks for sharing..

Mary Ellyn said...

very cute

Janie said...

Love this project and so need to do this for my Nook.

Laura said...

Very original using the hairband! Great project!

carmen said...

cute idea.....have a friend that would love this!!!! thanks for sharing.
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Vesna said...

Lovely use of hairband. Thanks :)

Karen said...

Great idea. Thanks

Creative M said...

Gorgeous headband!!!great idea!TFS

Marlou McAlees said...

what a very clever idea :) thanks for sharing :) ♥

Melissa said...

What an adorable project! Very clever idea!

MeredithZ said...

Such beautiful work!Mlefforge@aol.com

Ross Plata said...

Very original using the hairband! Amazing!!! thanks for the chance to win!

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

Love how you are mixing all the colors together. I have tried 1 or 2 but not more.

Jo's Corner said...

Very original! It's simple, yet so sweet and serves a purpose!
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Ladybug said...

OMG! A hairband as a bookmark?? Total genious!! :-)

Love how you jazzed it up w/ twine and charms. Toooo cute! TFS! :-)

Carla said...

Cute idea. And I have a Nook Color that I love to use!

Carla from Utah

Sarah said...

what a cute idea! I have that cover in pink, so I might have to make a little band for it now, too!

Andrea said...

Fabulous project!

Ruth G said...

So bright and fun! I love all the twine colors and the charm says it all!!!! TFS!

Vera Yates (Ling) said...

What a neat bookmark! (wirianta at hotmail dot com)

Renee said...

wow, how smart are you coming up with this!!

vixen said...

What a great idea! I should like to alter my journals to do something to this effect too. Thanks for the chance!

loly borda said...

Lovely colors and what a great idea!
Loly Borda

InezbyDesign said...

Love this idea, so original! I would want a matching book mark too.
InezbyDesign
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hopefulcrafter said...

Very cool, I just love the colors!

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Jan Garber said...

I love to make bookmarks for my friends! This is a great idea! Great little charm!

Monique Leslie The Misfit Crafter said...

Oh love this idea. I can used it to make a band for my Smash book.

Anita Braddock said...

what a Super idea. love the way you made this and the added Twine adds that special touch love the Charm you made its perfect. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win
abbraddock@msn.com

Monika Wright said...

Now this is super cute!

Sheri R said...

I have the exact same Kindle cover :) Like the use of a headband; it distinguishes your Kindle from any other that might be around!

Sheri R

sherii at cfl dot rr dot com

Carol said...

Great blog hop with lots of fun and do-able ideas!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Wonderful idean and project. TFS

Kathy W said...

Very unique. I have lots of books that could use one.

Nicole McNamara said...

Great book mark, I always lose my page...

Karen Diebolt said...

What a clever idea for a bookmark.

Amanda said...

This is super fun.

Sue D said...

Fabulous--love the bright cheery colors.

~amy~ said...

absolutely blissful:)

didi0518 said...

Adorable!!

Alice Pace said...

I can actually use one of these! Great project love the bright colors!

Gossip Girl said...

Hi Lauren,

Thank you for sharing your ideas and craft.

I think both The Twinery and Epiphany Crafts produce great products for every crafter.

I am currently short of EC's Shape Studio tools and accessories. They would be a wonderful addition to my craft supplies together with those rolls of Baker's twine.

Thank you. =D

Email: crystals09(at) hotmail(dot) com

Bethany Becker said...

What a great idea. Love your bookmark!
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Tegan said...

Wow! What a great idea!
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Beatrice Lawson said...

That colorful bright tassel is awesome!

Jessica said...

Oh what a great idea! LOVE your use of twinery twine and epiphany pendants!

rush said...

nice project. thank you for sharing. rush88888@gmail.com

Emily H said...

Super creative! Thanks for sharing!

Elsie said...

Love the project. What an unusual use of a headbend.

Jen said...

What an awesome idea for a bookmark!!

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justcreativeme.blogspot.com

Stephanie said...

Love the way you decorated your headband. Very creative idea.

Stephenie said...

Great idea!! I agree on the joy of buying a book from home!! And your kindle needs its bling, too!!
TFS!

jordanbev5 said...

Love your tassel and great idea to use a hairband to hold it shut!!
jordanbev5@yahoo.com

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Wow this is beautiful. I love the different charms you made and the twine is perfect. TFS AJ!~

Julie S. said...

How original !! I love this. Great job thinking outside the box ! Thanks so much for sharing.
I am a new follower to your awesome blog.

julieshearer@sbcglobal.net

Michele said...

What a cute project!

Michelle said...

Very cute!!

Jennie Garcia said...

This is an awesome idea!! I LOVE all the colors!! So cute!!
TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

bonnie said...

Oh what a sweet little bookmark...so fun!! ;) Hugs x