I loved Stampin’ Up!’s Baker’s Twine when it premiered last summer, and I was thrilled to find it offered in 2011-2013 In-Colors in the Occasions Mini Catalog. And what a bargain! But if the colors offered aren’t what you need, try dyeing the twine. Here are the directions from Stampin’ Up!:
To dye your Baker’s Twine, simply create a mixture using rubbing alcohol and any color of our Classic or Craft Stampin’ Ink refills. A good starting ratio is one tablespoon of alcohol to one drop of ink refill (you can adjust from there to get the right color intensity for your project). Place the Baker’s Twine in the mixture allowing enough time for the dye to fully soak the twine. Lay the dyed twine on a clean paper towel to dry.