Baker’s Twine & Clip Art: Free Digital Downloads

Cathe Holden TWINE-CLIP-ART-08Years ago I received a nice, fat stash of colorful baker’s twine from a friend. I created some fun, whimsical designs with the twine using vintage clip art from my library. I found them again in my blog archives and shared them on Facebook, where a reader or two requested the clip art files to recreate them for themselves. So that’s what I’ve done! You can click on any of the images below for the clip art PDF file (with much smaller watermark of my name) for adding your own twine, embroidery thread, or other thin string.

Cathe-Holden-Bakers-Twine-DotsEach file includes tiny blue dots at the point of piercing the paper or cardstock for threading the twine. Refer to the images below for examples of threading and tying. Use as-is, or cut out design/transfer for mixed media, journaling, or any other creative project. I’d love to see what you come up with!Cathe Holden TWINE CLIP ART 01Cathe Holden TWINE-CLIP-ART-2Cathe Holden TWINE-CLIP-ART-3Cathe Holden TWINE-CLIP-ART-4Cathe Holden TWINE-CLIP-ART-5Cathe Holden TWINE CLIP ART 6Cathe Holden TWINE-CLIP-ART-07

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7 Responses to Baker’s Twine & Clip Art: Free Digital Downloads

  1. #1 - Maria (Magia Mia) says:

    These are brilliant Cathe!

  2. #2 - peggy gatto says:

    Gosh, I love these!!! Clever and fun!

  3. #3 - Selina Burstow says:

    Thank you so much for these free images.
    what a great idea to use bakers twine

  4. #4 - Becky Smith says:

    Very cute – love the combination of twine and clip art!

  5. #5 - Deborah345 says:

    These are adorable. I make cards and then just give them out to people I pass by. These will be cute. Thank YOu

  6. #6 - Donna Huisinga says:

    These are so cute. I have a bunch of twine and am going to make so cards with them. Thank you!

  7. #7 - Mrs. Kelley Dibble says:

    Thank you, Cathe. My favorite is the sewist! I can’t wait to turn her into a neat greeting card.