3.13.2012

1 Supply 3 Projects: Neon Twine - Part 1

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Introducing yet another new, crafty series ...
In this series, I take one supply and create three projects.  This month's supply is a spool of neon pink polyester-nylon masonry line that I picked up for about $3 from Home Depot.

Part 1 of 3: Chalkboard Wine Glass Markers
Be sure to check out Part 2 and Part 3.
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Materials:  Neon Twine, Chalkboard Oilcloth, Craft Glue, Lighter, Scissors, Binder Clip

This chalkboard oilcloth is basically the coolest thing since...sliced bread?  I'm not sure that makes sense, but it's pretty awesome.  You can pick some up from Etsy seller Oilcloth Addict.  She's also been sharing a whole lot of cool uses for this novel product on her blog.
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Directions: For each tag, cut out a piece of chalkboard oilcloth approximately 1" x 2.5" and a length of twine approximately 7".  To prevent raveling, give each end a little spark of fire.
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Create a loop with the twine.

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Pass the chalkboard tag through the twine loop longways and add a line of glue on one side so that you can fold the tag in half over the twine.

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Let the glue dry.  A binder clip helps keep it all together during the drying process.

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Clip away a little triangle.

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Mark your stemware by passing the flag through the twine loop.  You may now commence personalizing to your heart's content!

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2 comments:

  1. i have a thing for neon pink right now. maybe it's the weather? because usually i hate pink.

    i'm excited to see the rest of the projects! you are so organized and creative with your series. it's like a real, live blog around here!

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  2. Those are just adorable! I'm pinning it and have to make some! Thanks for sharing.

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