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Old 10-02-2010, 05:28 PM   #1
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Default Bakers Twine

Other than PTI where is everyone getting their bakers twine. I would love to fine some in orange/white. No luck on Ebay.
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Old 10-02-2010, 06:09 PM   #2
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Jillibean Soup has baker's twine in orange/white. You can find it on 2 Peas in a Bucket or Scrapbook.com (if it's in stock!).

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Old 10-02-2010, 06:26 PM   #3
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I think I saw orange & white on Etsy.
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Old 10-02-2010, 07:16 PM   #4
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You can get all the Jillibean ones here.
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Old 10-02-2010, 07:57 PM   #5
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I got mine from Divine Twine...Divine Twine — Divine Twine - Home of Eco-Friendly Bakers Twine I did a group share on the PTI board for this last month. I am going to order from The Twinery... The Twinery — Welcome to The Twinery {Your Source for Fresh & Colorful Baker's Twine} in a couple days. I like that they have a sampler pack with all their colors. Their prices are comparable, but the colors appear to be a little different. I checked out a few Etsy stores and most of them were really expensive for the amount of twine you actually got! The sampler pack at The Twinery is pretty reasonably priced!
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Old 10-03-2010, 04:42 AM   #6
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I get mine from pizza and bakery boxes.
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I did a blog post on this: Etsy Thursday: Baker’s Twine : Savitri Wilder, this is my life
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I got mine from Divine Twine...Divine Twine Divine Twine - Home of Eco-Friendly Bakers Twine I did a group share on the PTI board for this last month. I am going to order from The Twinery... The Twinery Welcome to The Twinery {Your Source for Fresh & Colorful Baker's Twine} in a couple days. I like that they have a sampler pack with all their colors. Their prices are comparable, but the colors appear to be a little different. I checked out a few Etsy stores and most of them were really expensive for the amount of twine you actually got! The sampler pack at The Twinery is pretty reasonably priced!
I just found the twinery site today and ordered the sampler pack! Can't WAIT to play with more colors!!

I was contemplating a hosting a share since I wanted sooo many of them!

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Several different colors of twine are available here:
Paper and Such by JES510 on Etsy

They're available in a shorter amount than the entire spool so you can get just the colors you want. Cheap shipping too.
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I ordered the Twinery sampler pack too! I've been wishing I could find some...now its on the way! Yippee!
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I *love* my twine sampler from The Twinery. It's so much thicker and cleaner than the Martha Stewart multi-color twine I've been hoarding since her crafting line first came out. I have samples of Divine Twine and some fabulous metallic twine in the mail too, because you can never have too many colors.
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Several different colors of twine are available here:
Paper and Such by JES510 on Etsy

They're available in a shorter amount than the entire spool so you can get just the colors you want. Cheap shipping too.
I have ordered from Julie- super fast shipping
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I recently bought the sampler from The Twinery, and I love having the selection of colors.

I found this site that sells spools of baker's twine for $8.95 for 3400 yds. That's not a typo. I didn't check their shipping costs, but it certainly sounds amazing: Bakery Twine

I'd be curious to hear if anyone has ordered from them.
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Thanks for that link to the Twinery! I have been wanting some multicolored twine and I loved that they had the sample pack!
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What are you all doing with the bakery twine? Using it for cards or treats?
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What are you all doing with the bakery twine? Using it for cards or treats?
I have seen it used on cards and its totally cute! I want to use mine for tags and treat bags and such for the holidays coming up. I actually have just been using some of that cheapo balls of natural colored twine stuff for some things and it looks good too....I want to try to dye it sometime...but with this, its cute colors like candy cane striped stuff and I just wanted to try it out but couldnt justify buying a huge thing of it in just 1 color. The sample pack will allow me to see if I like it or not and use it or not.
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What are you all doing with the bakery twine? Using it for cards or treats?
I've been using it on buttons, wrapped around a card base, as string for tags, in lieu of ribbon, etc. There's so many fun uses for it!
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I purchased my twine from California Crafts on Etsy. Here's a link to their store: package give enjoy by CaliforniaCraft on Etsy[0]=tags&includes[1]=title

I purchased their sampler set.
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I'd like to see how people are using the baker's twine on a card--anything in the galleries?
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Nice cards, Leslie. Thanks for the links.
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I'd like to see how people are using the baker's twine on a card--anything in the galleries?
I too wondered what everyone was using baker's twine for? I love the color choices but a little goes a long way on cards.

I love the examples in the other post!

I like the idea of wrapping it several times around a card panel and then tie it in front. Looks cool.

I like the idea of using it on tags too!

Would love to see some more examples!
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Look at www.luckylindys.com or luckylindycrafts on etsy
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