The little tip I want to share with you today involves getting your fibers to stay in place. For this card I used some really old paper raffia from my stash. Generally when I add twine, floss, other fibers, and sometimes ribbon to cards or layouts, I use plain ol' ordinary scotch tape to hold it in place in the back. That keeps it from shifting around when I flip the card over to tie it in the front. No need to use costly adhesives because it's not going to show on the finished project.
Taping it in back makes it easier to tie it exactly where I want to in the front.
And here is the finished card! This one was from the staff at my school and went to our principal who resigned at the end of this school year.
So today's tip? Tape those fibers in place in the back to keep them from shifting around.
Thanks for looking!