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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Tuesday Taggers Week 17

Hi Guys

This week on Tuesday Taggers we were set the task to make a bookmark and maybe a card or something to go with them. Some of us just made bookmarks, some made both. You need to go over and have a look at what the rest of the Design Team have done.

Well now for my entry. I have use that Sarah Kay stamp again (from Sir Stampalot). It is my Nans birthday today and I used it to make a card for her.

The backing papers are K&Co and card stock from my stash. The stamp was coloured using distress inks again (my new fave way of colouring). The ribbon again was coloured using distress inks, Dusty Concord again because I couldn't find one to match.

The bookmark was very easy to make. I used a punched piece of the K&Co paper and another piece of the card stock I used in the card and backed them together with the ribbon in the middle. I then stamped my image again and coloured in the bit that I was going to punch out, which I did using a circle punch just spotlighting a particular piece of the stamp. There you go, you have a book mark.

I hope you all like.

Until next time happy crafting

Emma xx


  1. Its fabby Emma love that simple bookmark design xx

  2. that ia an awesome bookmark. I really do need to get away from my mental block that they have to be rectangular. I love yours

  3. This is fabulous Em love that bookmark design, well out of the box x
    Loadsa Love

  4. I've had a go at making a bookmark in the same style as yours. Thank you for the inspiration


  5. love the the book mark Emma, fab idea.
    louise xxx


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