New WOW! Video! Tying Baker’s Twine

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As I promised in yesterday’s post, here’s a new 1 Minute to WOW! Video tutorial sharing how to tie Baker’s Twine (or ribbon) to a tag.  It’s so easy and always looks neat and tidy.  I also share some tips for the tags and more along the way.Stampin Up Holiday Gift Tags Your Presents by Mary Fish Pinterest

Here’s a link to the original post and supplies list for the tags above.  Did you learn something new in this video?  Please leave me a comment HERE.  I love hearing from you and am happy to answer questions.

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  1. What a great idea. Thank you so much! Have a great day!

  2. Love the idea to store the twine! And it’s great to see another one minute video! Thanks!!!

  3. Great Baker’s Twine tips……..AND…….GREAT little gift tags. THANKS for sharing my friend!

  4. I just learned how to tie a tag this way at World Cardmaking Day in Atlanta last October. Everyone appeared to be familiar with it but ME! That’s why I thought I would share it, hoping others might benefit, too.

  5. Greatly tips as always Mary.This makes your ribbon or bakers twine so adorable. Have a great day. Hugs,Ellen Hinds

  6. Mary, you are masterful at clean and simple design. These tags are gorgeous!

  7. Love these tags! And your tips on the twine are much appreciated.

  8. Thanks Mary. Did know the technique but took note and wrote down “insert twine front to back” as I always get it mixed up and have to re-do it. The really neat idea I never thought of was making a cut in the Baker’s Twine card to catch the end of twine in. Great way to keep it neat. Being of Senior Citizen age, I should have remembered that from long ago. Thanks for the “reminder.” 🙂

  9. You are so welcome, Carol. Thanks for watching!

  10. Fabulous tags Mary – so clean and graphic! I think the polka dots are my favorite.

  11. You mentioned the widths of each tag piece as TWO inches; but,
    what about the length of each piece? I’d like to know that.

  12. Hi Carol: There’s no set rule and they aren’t all exactly the same. The white tag started as approx. 2″ wide (just a smidge under) by 4″ long and is cropped at the top with the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch. The back tags started at approx. 2″ x 4 3/4″ and were cropped on both ends (Scalloped Tag Topper Punch on top and Banner Triple Punch on the bottom). You lose about 1/4″ in length from where you start when using both those punches.

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