Baker’s Twine and Birch Wood – Mini Mason Jar

Flowers are blooming! We love bringing a little spring indoors and making little reminders that spring really is upon us. Little flower vases are a great way to showcase spring in your home. It doesn’t take much to fill a tiny jar. Snip a few little twigs from a blossoming tree or pull a sprig or two from a flower arrangement.

We decorated these small teal mason jars using black and white Baker’s Twine and our Real Birch Wood papers. Both items are available in our online store. The mini mason jar was purchased at A.C. Moore.

Birch Wood Sheets 8.5″ x 11″ With Adhesive Backing


Real wood veneer sheet with permanent adhesive backing. Great for labels, inkjet printing (using bypass), rubber stamping & scrapbooking. Can be die cut, embossed/debossed, folded, stamped, painted, foil stamped, laser cut, scored, written on and more! Use with die cuts, rotary cutters, plotters & scissors. Package comes with 1- 8.5″ x 11″ sheet.

Baker’s Twine- Black


Perfect for crafts, wrapping gifts and tags. Twine is 15 yds and measures 150 mm x 58 mm (5.9″ x 2.28″). 

Decorating for Easter – Bitty Banner

How cute is the little Easter Egg Banner?!

We find decorating for Easter really refreshing. Even more refreshing is crafting for Easter. The colors and themes are always so fun and cheery. This week we are sharing this little bitty Easter egg banner that is a darling addition to your Easter Decor. This Easter banner is easy to create with a few simple supplies. Directions and supplies are listed below.

Easter Egg Banner Supplies:

Real Cherry Wood paper, pattern paper, yellow card stock, scallop paper punch, pink baker’s twine, mini wood clothespins, crape paper carrots (found at the dollar spot in Target), hole punch, adhesive and scissors.


  1. Cut 6 pieces Real Cherry Wood paper to measure 4″ x 2″. Cut a triangle flag shape on the bottom of each wood piece.
  2. Cut 6 egg shapes from a sheet of pattern paper. Adhere each egg to each 4″ x 2″ wood piece with foam adhesive.
  3. Cut 6 pieces of yellow card stock to 2″ x 1″. Border one edge of each piece using a scallop border punch.
  4. Adhere scalloped yellow card stock to top of 4″ x 2″ Cherry Wood piece, approximately 1/2″ down. Folder over to backside of Cherry Wood paper and adhere.
  5. Punch a hole in each top corner of assembled banner piece.
  6. Arrange banner on desk. Alternate banner piece with crape paper carrot piece (or any other Easter themed item).
  7. Thread pink baker’s twine through banner and carrots.

Birch Wood Favor Baskets

Hello and welcome. Today we are excited to share this easy DIY Birch wood box that can be used for party favors for your next bridal or baby shower. These Birch Wood boxes measure 3″x 3″ inches and are lined with vellum, making them perfect for storing treats.

Supplies: 12″ x 12″ Birch Wood Sheet, 12″ x 12″ printed vellum, hot glue, ruler, bone folder, pink baker’s twine.

Step 1
Line the backside of a sheet of Birch Wood Paper with a sheet of printed vellum. Cut four 6″ squares from vellum lined wood sheet.

Step 2
Using a ruler measure 1.5″ from each side of the square and score with a bone folder.

Step 3
Fold in each side making sure the folded creases are nice. Lightly sand if needed.

Step 4
Using scissors, snip all four corners of the square. See photo above.

Step 5
Fold box and glue sides down with hot glue. Alternate snipped corners.

Step 6
Tie baker’s twine around box twice. Fill with your favorite treat.

Beautiful Baker’s Twine – We have it!

Introducing … Baker’s Twine in your favorite color!

We are super excited to introduce this new product to our line up of crafting supplies. Baker’s Twine is a staple and a must have for any crafter. It can be used for just about anything. Baker’s Twine is a perfect choice to quickly tie up a package, baked good or treat. Use it to attach tags to gifts, embellish cards or create a banner. We love how Baker’s Twine adds that little extra touch to any project, making those crafts perfect!

Check out our selection of Baker’s Twine.

‘Brown paper packages tied up with string … these are a few of our favorite things!’ We can’t help but sing a little from the ‘Sound of Music’ when we see this pretty box. Using red Baker’s Twine is simple and a classic way to dress up any package.