A quick project for Make It Monday
Good morning! I finally bought this bookmark after seeing all the amazing bookmarks Joyce: Cards-by-the-Sea has been making. You enabler you!
My daughter thought it would be fun for her girls to decorate and give bookmarks out for St. Valentine's Day. I offered to cut them out for her. As I was cutting 50 I thought I would take a break and make one for myself. So I layered the heat embossing like Heather showed in her MIM video. As you can see I first embossed it with the PTI woodgrain, then cut out small heart from PTI heart trio
The stamped images are from Framed Out #11. Everything used in this tag is from Papertrey Ink.
I will be giving the girls blank bookmarks and they will add ribbon and whatever they decide. I even have clear bookmark sleeves to give them .50% Off Clear Envelopes at Serendipity Stamps right now.
I love your bookmark!!! 50-wow that is a lot to cut. The bookmark is such a great idea for the embossing. Now, I will be casing you! Those hearts are such fun.ReplyDelete
Well aren't you just the best grandma! Great idea as Valentine gifts and yours is adorable ~ love the woodgrain and your layered hearts. Maybe grandma should make personalized ones for her grandkids LOL!!!ReplyDelete
Marybeth this is DARLING!! What a FUN idea... I just had my bookmark die in my hand!! I NEED to make some!! :)ReplyDelete
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awesome!! love all of your layered emobossed hearts!ReplyDelete
So cute! Dry embossed and layered heat embossed too! Love the color combo and what a great idea to add the valentine feel to a bookmark! Wonderful project, Joyce.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous texture Marybeth~lovely bookmark!ReplyDelete
This is so cute! Love the bookmark idea. 50? Wow!ReplyDelete
Great job Marybeth, I love the book mark, I never have enough of them. Yours is gorgeousReplyDelete
Marybeth your bookmark is beautiful, I just love the pink. Your granddaughters are going to have such fun making bookmarks for their friends. That was a lot of die cutting, a labour of love!ReplyDelete
Marybeth, just darling take on the challenge. 50 is a lot of die cutting, but your girls and their friends will love decorating them.ReplyDelete
A beautiful bookmark- the embossed hearts look fab.ReplyDelete
Marybeth, this is so very cute. My granddaugters like to play with all of the toys more than make cards. Have fun making the bookmarks.ReplyDelete
Great example of the layered embossing - love the pink woodgrain!ReplyDelete
Very cute bookmark.ReplyDelete
Love how the hearts are layered.
Clear bookmark sleeves? Now that's fancy! What a fun idea for the girls. You'll have to let us know how it turned out : ) You should enter this into the CASual Friday's challenge too!!ReplyDelete
This is a lovely bookmark. Great valentines gifts!ReplyDelete
This is a adorable!!! Great example of this week's technique.ReplyDelete
Beautiful bookmark my dear! Love it!!! :)ReplyDelete