Sunday, October 17, 2010

Baker's Twine

Hello, Blog Buddies!

Today I'd like to show you two things -- first, the wonders of baker's twine. I love how baker's twine makes this card look like peppermint. I've seen many cards and other projects featuring baker's twine; I'd been looking around to buy some, and the most economical source I could find was via Etsy.

That is, until I checked out my store for everything, Amazon.Com. They carry baker's twine in a variety of color combinations. You'll have to buy thousands of yards at a time, but it's cheap!

If any of my blog followers will drop me a line or post a comment here, I'll be happy to send you 5 yards of baker's twine just for the asking. You may send your USPS snail-mail address to me at www.cardmonkey at comcast dot net and I'll post some right away. Please specify if you'd like your twine (free!) in red/white, green/white, brown/white or blue/white.

Next, I wanted to point out what a great photo this lens has captured. It is a macro lens, a Nikon Micro Nikkor 60mm, 1:2.8D. I've had it for a long while, but it was in my camera bag with the film camera. That Nikon has grown dust while we shoot with our digitals. We thought about selling the Nikon body but then learned that average eBay price is under $70 for the camera I paid $600 for when it was new. I know we'll keep it lest we practically give it away, at that low price. But all of the lenses work just fine on my Nikon D80X ... yeah!

Second, I'm

1 comment:

Sharon Huffman said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such nice comments! I love what you did with the twine! I'll send my snail mail addy to you so I can try this awesome stuff too. Makes me wonder if I've got some in my stash somewhere...