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Monday, 26 August 2013

Crafty Bloggers Network Your favourite things with Sarah Hurley

Hi here is my mid-month inspiration
(well nearly the end of the month)
at

The theme is " Your Favourite thing".
Our sponsor this month is the talented
We have been using
Digi Kit
Which I have used 
to designed a 
bookmark

 So what did I do.
1. I chose 2 of the papers to cover my tag and edged with pro-marker
2. Using a teal label embellishment I added 
"don't lose the plot"
 printed them off and mounted them up in matching card.
3. I used the book shelf paper and cut out a spellbinder pocket and mounted it on the back of the tag.
4. I printed off the coral library card  embellishment out
on the 5 x 8 cm setting so I ended up with 9 elements on my page I then cut them out in 2 so I could fold them
then stuck them together .
I altered the wording to book read and to return
to keep check of whats happening with my library books.
5. I added ribbon & fiber
 (my favourite embellishments)
to ensure I can mark my page.
Thanks for calling by.

9 comments:

Avril Ann said...

Fantastic bookmarks Tania, thank you for your good wishes xxx Love and Hugs xxx

KarinsArtScrap said...

great bookmarks Tania.

greetings karin

La Vikinga said...

Great tags for marking books now when schools start! Thanks for showing some digital projects as well!
Thanks for participating in our challenge at Crafty Ribbons and welcome back!

DT La Vikinga

Paper Panda said...

Fab project, and love the papers! Thanks for joining us at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge.
Mandy x (PPCC DT)

Chana said...

Two wonderful tags, nicely conceived and executed! Thanks for dropping them off by our house at 613 Avenue Create!
Hugz,
Chana, Owner

Beverley said...

Gorgeous bookmark. Thanks for joining in our "Not A Square" challenge at Creative Craft.
Hugs
Bev x

Laurian said...

Beautiful bookmark!
Thank you for joining us at Penny's Paper Crafty and I hope we see you again soon!

Hugz
Laurian

Gwyneth said...

Great bookmark. I love how you've used the pocket die-cut on the back and the use of books paper.

Kelly Lloyd said...

Great project thanks for sharing with us at crafty ribbons
Hugs Kelly