Thursday, 13 May 2010

Dandelion Bookmarks

I've struggled a bit with the Hero Arts Dandelion Frame stamp. I made a card with it a little while ago and after I'd finished I wondered if I would do better if I cut the image into two narrow strips, rather than keeping the image whole. So I tried it out.

As soon as I had my two strips, I immediately thought bookmarks. So I whipped these two quick and easy bookmarks up straight away. I used the SU! 1 3/8" circle and Scalloped Circle punches for the topper, punching the plain circles out of two different patterned papers.

Owen's is the one with the stripey paper topper - I couldn't resist stamping a butterfly on my bookmark!



Supplies:
Stamps: Hero Arts Dandelion Frame cling stamp, SU! Flight of the Butterfly set
CS: SU! Confetti White, Chocolate Chip & Old Olive
Patterned paper: SU! Old Olive Prints Designer Series Paper pack
Ink: SU! Chocolate Chip & Old Olive
Tools: SU! Scalloped Circle punch, SU! 1 3/8" circle punch, X Cut corner rounder punch, Crop-A-Dile
Embellishments & accessories: SU! Chocolate Chip taffeta ribbon

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2 comments:

Dawn B. said...

I love these.. You did a great job. I have always really like this stamp. I bet Owen loved his..:)

Tory said...

Do you make the dandelion bookmarks for sale?

I am looking for creative bookmark invitations for my law school graduation and I love these!

Feel free to email me at ttmangel@gmail.com

Thanks!