The Joyful Cup: Bakers Twine Giveaway {Blogiversary Bash}

A spool of bakers twine should be a part of every bakers, crafters, & gift wrappers arsenal of tools. But before we kick off today's giveaway from The Joyful Cup & the bajillion reasons why I'm obsessed with twine make sure to drop by the Simply Dove blog to see my interview with Sarah for her new Handmade May series. I'm discussing the roots & wings behind Delightfully Noted & how I turned a hobby into a business & perhaps a few other things that I don't remember.
Hey! Give a girl a break it was 3 in the morning.

Now who doesn't love a pretty package? I admit I am like a kid in a candy store when it comes to  DIY packaging supplies. That's how I felt when I stumbled upon The Joyful Cup shop a few months ago while on the search for white kraft bags. This Etsy biz houses oodles & oodles of pretty ribbon, paper bags, & candy colored bakers twine.

Oh baker's twine. How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love to tie you around retro soda bottles.
Project found here.
I love to use you to wrap yummy treats.
Project found here.
I love you when I need to tie bunny butts.
Project found here.

You get the point.  The possibilties on how to use bakers twine is endless! So next time you are in need of some DIY supplies make sure to check out The Joyful Cup. Great prices & excellent customer service!

So get your creative juices flowing because
Cynthia, of The Joyful Cup, has so generously offered upTHREE spools of
The Twinery™ 
Bakers Twine for one lucky winner!

That's 720 yards of 100% plush cotton twine!!

Enter below through Rafflecopter for your chance at:


Open to US residents only.
Winner will be announced here on May 14th.
Make sure to check out all the current Blogiversary Bash giveaways
going on right now in the sidebar!


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71 comments

Lori said...

These are SO cute!!!!! I never thought of using it so creatively! I've never thought of using it period! LOL

HoosierMama said...

Thils would be fun for sprucing up jars of canned goods we're giving away!

Katie said...

I'd tie it around packages for gifts or around mason jars and use them for decoration in my house!

Life with the Faucetts said...

I have a wedding and several showers coming up. I could use it for decorations and for gifts.

Tonia L said...

I think they would be great on a Mother's Day gift wrapping!

Sass and Precision said...
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Sass and Precision said...

I would use this to wrap cute gifts with newspaper :)

Cort said...

I am going to use this on my homemade vanilla bottles that I plan to give away at Christmas!

NoSmallWonder said...

I like to use this to tie my buttons and tags.
Jess

Heather J said...

how fun! i think i'd find any excuse to use this cute stuff. :)

Regina of Live Delightfully said...

Oh gosh I want to win this so bad!

I would use it for packaging up Etsy orders, handy little DIYs I want to try, and even just looking at. Because just looking at various colors of baker's twine seriously makes me happy.

And that's when she decided she needed "help"....

Dara Wills said...

I'm pretty certain that I absolutely need these for some upcoming parties! So cute!

Lana said...

I would LOVE to WIN 3 spools of twine from the Twinery!!! I love the colors and could use it to wrap presents, put it on cards, tie gifts bags up, etc. My mind is racing with all the things, I could do! Thanks for a chance to win!

Mamabear said...

i would use it for my June wedding!

Nadine said...

I would use it for jazzing up packages!
burkhart.nadine AT yahoo DOT com

Sand said...

As an accent for Christmas cards!

Be Thou My Vision said...

I would use the baker's twine for decorating presents! :)

~Johanna

Lytles said...

I would use the twine for gifts! It's so pretty!

Marija said...

I would use it to embellish gifts and packages.

marija.majerle at gmail dot com

Linda Meyers-Gabbard (LLMG1960) said...

JEWERLY For kids

Cindy said...

I would use it to decorate sold orders. Thank you so much for offering such a lovely and generous giveaway.

Fran said...

I'd decorate things, make cute things like ribbons, amigurummis, necklaces with it and use it for gifts. :D

These are really really cute and adorable. <3

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

I would use the twine to tie bows around knitting gifts that I make! :)

Katy A.

Devin said...

I'd use bakers twine on pretty much everything .... packing up etsy orders, on decorations for parties, wrapping presents ... and on and on.

girlythings73 said...

I would use the twine to package my etsy orders and wrap gifts.

Jus and Kat said...

I would use it for the party favors for my daughter's birthday party!

Angie said...

I have some mother's day gifts to make and think that this twine would be the perfect accent!

rennieangie at gmail dot com

Melissa C. said...

We are having a bake sale this summer, so I could package all the goods so cute!

Melissa C. said...

We are having a bake sale this summer, so I could package all the goods so cute!

Anonymous said...

would use to wrap presents
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Caroline said...

I would use it to tie food related presents for family and friends.

coolwhip715(at)hotmail(dot)com

Baye said...

It would look great in my garden instead of the plain brown or green string holding up my tall plants.

kiddo said...

I use baker's twine for gift packaging. For tying up cello bags and tying on tags.

kiddomsg at gmail dot com

johnny & ashley said...

Party planning!
ashleykayjohnson@hotmail.com

Cindy said...

I'd use it for hanging paper lanterns in my dorm room, or maybe macrame projects.
Thanks for the chance!
cholden@fandm.edu

Shooting Stars Mag said...

I would use it for some upcoming parties...wrap around food packages, favors, drinks, etc.

-lauren
lauren51990 at aol dot com

Cyn said...

I would use the twine for stringing art in my children's room. With the help of clothes pens.

Kristen said...

Love your blog! Such cute ideas - and baker's twine is my newest favorite crafty tool. Thanks for the chance to win!

Michelle J. said...

I would use it all over for my daughter's carnival party!

Kairi said...

I'd use it to wrap gifts
niuniuzheng at gmail dot com

Laura Lane said...

wrapping gifts

Pin And Tack said...

What a wonderful place to visit! I'm so happy to have found you :)

I would use thw twine for SO many things, but mostly for projects for my craft challenge blog, Tuesday Alchemy as I have to come up with new things every week.

Lots of joy,
Corrinne

Kathy said...

I like to use bakers twine for wrapping gifts and scrapbooking.

Mandy and Justin said...

I would love to use some to decorate party invitations!

aandj8804[at]gmail.com

Sunnie said...

I think crafts, decoration, homemade birthday cards
sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

Melinda said...

So many uses for twine. I'd use it for crafting and scrapbooking, for packaging up baked (or store bought) goodies!

Samantha Oh said...

I would use it to add simple cuteness to my packages I send out
sammybigtoesure at gmail dot com

Dena said...

This would be great for my scrapbook pages!

Giana said...

I would use it to wrap around little jam jars!

Celeste said...

oh goodness - I'd use it for so many things! gift wrapping, scrapbooking,tying up baked goods as gifts... all sorts of ways!

Amber said...

I LOVE bakers twine. I use it on everything. Invitations, crafts, gifts, I just can't get enough.

TopHat said...

I might knit with it- it would be very interesting for little knitted ornaments!

hrfarley at gmail dot com

octoberthings said...

I would use it on packages of homemade baked goods and gifts!
octoberthings at gmail dot com

AmbreRose said...

I have some cute little note cards that I would like to hang up with some cute twine. ambrerose at(aol) dot(com)

Sarah B. said...

I would use it to package up my etsy orders ;)

Jenni Austria Germany said...

i'd use it for making garland :)

Mica said...

I'd make some bread and wrap it up in the twine!

more_virtuous(at)yahoo(dot)com

Debra Lee said...

I would use it for gift wrapping!

Andrea P. said...

i would use the baker's twine for gifts and cards! :)

Nicole said...

I would use mine to tie up my knitted goods from my etsy shop for shipping!
My email address is nicole at knitnicoleknit dot com
-Nicole
Knit, Nicole, Knit!

jakiesmom said...

i would use it for packages
nannypanpan@gmail.com

Lindsey said...

i would use it in my giftwrapping!

Tatiana LadyBugCo said...

It is so funny that I found this giveaway trough random browsing just to find an Etsy shop that already on my shopping list :) How cool is that? I am paper addict crafter and recently started to make gift tags, so I have a cool Christmas Tags idea that i would love to use this twine for :)
Thanks :)
I actually fave both of her shops :)

Cassidy Sterry said...

When I harvest and can my vegtables, I will use it on the mason jars I give as gifts!

Salena @ A Little Piece of Me said...

I would use it for packaging for my shop stuff. So cute I have always loved the creative ways others use them.

Robin said...

I would use it in some of my knitting projects, and as a bow for some coasters that I make from ceramic tiles
robinlscott4 at hotmail dot com

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

Wrap gifts and crafts with my daughter!

Stormy E said...

I love baker's twine for scrapbooking and to dress up a simple package or card!

Anonymous said...

Possibly, you could knit this into a potholder, just a creative thought. That's what i would do

aznlily95 said...

The twine might be good for decorating small trinkets!

Anonymous said...

I would have to use it for scrapbooking and the pop bottle idea is wonderful and sooo easy!


cara
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