Thursday, July 28, 2011

Thursday Tutorial: Stampin' Up In Color Baker's Twine


Happy Thursday Everyone! It's the end of the month, and it's time for another Thursday Tutorial. As you know Baker's Twine has become all the rage again, and Stampin' Up has three different colors available: Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, and White. Although I love all of these colors, I think it would be neat to have Baker's Twine that matches this year's In Colors as well!
My tutorial will show you how to dye the Stampin' Up White Baker's Twine to achieve this effect. The steps are very quick and easy, and can be adapted to our other Color Collections too! Enjoy!

1. You will need Stampin' Up White Baker's Twine, Stampin' Up In Color Reinkers, A small container (I used an empty Stampin' Up Brad Container.), Rubbing Alcohol, toothpicks, and a paper towel for drying.



2. Cut the Stampin' Up White Baker's Twine to the length that you want it.



3. Put a few drops of Reinker in an container.




4. Add a few drops of Rubbing Alcohol and a piece of Stampin' Up White Baker's Twine. Use the toothpick to move the twine around until it's completely covered.




5. Lay the colored Baker's Twine on a paper towel to dry. Because the Reinker is mixed with Rubbing Alcohol, the colored Baker's Twine will dry pretty fast!





6. Repeat the same steps for each of the other In Color Reinkers.



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