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Messy Monday—Baker’s Twine

In the spirit of spring cleaning, every Monday during the month of April we’ll be sharing with you some organization and storage tips and ideas. The first one is a quick and simple way to store your Baker’s Twine.

Storing Baker’s Twine like this helps get rid of the bends in the twine that is created when it is packaged. Simply wind your Baker’s Twine around a clothespin. It doesn’t take very long, and can be done while watching TV. When you’re finished, it looks super-adorable! (Baker’s Twine is one of my favorite accessories!)

For those of you who may be unfamiliar with our Baker’s Twine (US/CAN), here is what we currently offer:

I hope you’ve found this helpful. If anyone wants to share their own storage ideas, feel free to leave comments. I’m always on the hunt for new ways to store all of my paper crafting supplies!

Christina N.
Concept Artist

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  • Judy Westcott

    Dec 22

    What a great idea.

  • Darlene Henry

    Dec 22

    I have done the same thing with some vintage clothespins, seam binding and a old blue mason jar.

  • Cindy B.

    Dec 22

    What a great idea, Chrissy. Love it!

  • Nancy Elliott

    Dec 22

    Fantastic idea, so easy, visible, affordable and convenient. Thanks

  • Nan Tonelli

    Dec 22

    I store my framelits/embosslits in the coordinating/dedicated CM stamp set case..this way I don't have to search in two places for what I need!

  • Barbara McLeod

    Dec 22

    Wonderful idea! Now to find those type clothes pins.