How To Make A Twine Bow

The twine from the Sale-A-Bration Sweet Sorbet Accessory set is a bit thicker than the Baker’s Twine so it is fun to do different things with the twine. I ran across these bows online and knew I had to give it a try.

Sweet Sorbet Twine bows
Except for a bit of drying time, these bows are very easy to make and the colors are great for Easter and spring.  The twine coordinates with the Sweet Sorbet paper to make these super easy basket/boxes that can make a table or work space feel like spring. I am so glad I saw these on the online made by the fabulous Amber from Damask Love.

Follow the steps below to make your own bows.

Steps to make the Twine Bows from the twine from sweet sorbet accessories
Wrap the cardboard center from a paper towel roll or wrapping paper core with plastic wrap. Wind the twine around the wrapped cardboard until it is between 3/4″ and 1″ wide. Paint it with Mod Podge (decoupage medium) and let dry. Pull the dried twine from the plastic wrap.

Twine Bows with Sweet Sorbet
Wrap a length of the twine around the center of the bow and tie into a knot to form the bows.

Twine bow made from Sweet Sorbet twine.
I made these quick box with handles and glued the bows to the front. Make super cute little spring or Easter baskets. Have fun making your own bows. You can get your twine FREE right now with a $50 purchase from Stampin’ Up!

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