Monday, 1 August 2011

Decorate Your Wedding with (Eco-Friendly) Twine

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Kristin's Wedding Space
The Artful Abode
How to: Twine Balls
How To: Twine Letters

Twine is a thin cord made up of multiple strings woven together. Usually these strings are made of natural fibres such as cotton, jute and hemp. These natural fibres, especially jute, make twine quite an eco-friendly craft supply. Sometimes, however, synthetic fibres are used. This is less eco-friendly because synthetic fibre does not biodegrade as easily. It is also possible to find eco-friendly twine from companies like Hempmania and DivineTwine.
Happy twining!