How To Video: Make a Baker's Twine Holder
August 13, 2014
I have a How To Video Tutorial for you today!
Check it out to see how quick and easy it is to make this very functional yet VERY cute In Color Thick Baker's Twine holder with the Stampin' Up! Tag a Bag Boxes!!
(see video below)
(if you are reading this in an email, please go to my blog to see the video)
This great Tag a Bag Box Baker's Twine holder was a gift given to me by one of our Luv 2 Stamp Group members, Nancy Baladad. She came up with this idea and I asked if I could share it.. so cute! Then Cindee gave me one as well.. so I have 2 samples to share with you!
I absolutely love how the Tag a Bag Box holder keeps the In Color Baker's Twine all together, and neat.. I had a heck of a time with my previous roll of twine... did you see this post on Facebook a few months ago!? Ack.. how frustrating!
So, Baker's Twine Holder to the rescue!!!
Below: Watch the video above to see a great tip on threading the twine through the hole.
Above and below: this is the insert that you'll need to score on the Simply Scored board and fold to make an M shape, then secure it in the Tag a Bag box (with Sticky strip or Fast Fuse) to form the dividers for the 5 rolls of twine.
Stampin' Up! Supplies can be found/ordered here:
Tag a Bag Boxes #130927, on page 201, or online here.
12x12 Window Sheets #114323 on page 192 online here.
Simply Scored Board #122334 on page 214, or online here.
Thick Baker's Twine found on page 207: Baked Brown Sugar, Coastal Cabana, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding, Strawberry Slush
Below: this is the amazingly beautiful Flower Frenzy embellishment that Cindee added to the box she gave me.. she is AMAZING! Buy your Flower Frenzy big shot die in my online store here.
Go make a Baker's Twine Holder... you will love it!
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So Clever! I am making one of these today--so tired of pulling out and rewinding my thick baker's twine! I've gotten so many great storage ideas from you, Patty!
Posted by: Sara Nell Langland | August 13, 2014 at 04:56 AM
That is an awesome idea Patty!
Posted by: Becky Roberts | August 13, 2014 at 08:29 AM
Holy cow! This is an awesome way to store these little buggers. Thanks for sharing the tutorial, too. I also story my Washi tape in these boxes. They stand on end, save space, and they don't roll away.
Thanks, again, for sharing your creativity!!
Posted by: Debbie Flattum | August 13, 2014 at 12:04 PM
Patty... What a great idea! I have been so frustrated trying to keep the twine from tamgling. This is perfect! Thanks for sharing!
Posted by: JaneGiggy | August 13, 2014 at 08:10 PM
Clever lady! I had to laugh at your picture where you said, "don't let this happen to you"! It did to me. But I divised a system for the think baker's twine. I roll it on a popsicle stick and anchor with little tiny rubber bands that you put on braces. They are all in a jar I can see through that I picked up at IKEA. May try your system for the fatter twine as it is a geat idea.
Posted by: Judy | August 13, 2014 at 09:13 PM
Oh great idea, will be trying this for sure. Thanks for the great video Patty and thanks too to Nancy for the idea. Good teamwork girls.
Posted by: Linken | August 14, 2014 at 04:40 AM
What a great gift idea. Thanks for the video.
Posted by: lisa808 | August 14, 2014 at 04:50 AM
Patty, very cute and what a great gift idea! Jamie
Posted by: Jamie Garrett | August 14, 2014 at 08:43 AM
Thanks Patty for sharing this cute little idea...oh to be organized is a dream for me! Video fun!
Posted by: rosalie | August 14, 2014 at 11:31 AM
Posted by: Wendie | August 14, 2014 at 03:39 PM
I loved this idea so gave it a whirl. I used the cardboard that comes in the DSP packs and it worked great, sturdy enough to stand up nicely. It came out great and those little spools have a nice home.Thanks for sharing! mary L.
Posted by: Mary | August 17, 2014 at 05:51 AM
What a clever lady you are! Great gift idea!
Posted by: Cindy Schuster | March 11, 2015 at 09:32 AM