Thursday, April 12, 2012

Flourishes Noon-Time Challenge: The Book Worm Challenge

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I’m back again with today’s noon-time challenge: The Book Worm Challenge. Get all the details at the Flourishes Blog.


The Book Worm Challenge

So, I decided to make a traditional-style bookmark for the challenge. First of all, I cut the base the size I wanted, then die cut the end with a Labels Eighteen Nestabilities die. I did the same thing with the two layers and added a large eyelet at the top. Then I stamped my Lily Of the Valley image from Botanical Bookplates, Vol. 2 on Classic White card stock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with these Copic Collections:

Evergreen Collection:

evergreen

Robin’s Egg Collection:

Robin's Egg Collection

Warm Neutrals Collection:

Warm-Neutrals


Then I cut it out with my Tailor-Made Classic Bookplate Template die and my Grand Calibur machine and adhered it to the bookmark.

Bookplate Die Packaging Front

To bring out the blue shadowing, I added a sweet little aqua twine-tied button and matching ribbon at the top.

My birthday is in May and Lily Of the Valley is my flower, so this little book mark just might end up in my books :)

Thanks so much for stopping by! And good luck with the challenge! I’ll see you back here tomorrow for the final sneak of this release!

 

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~Supplies~
Stamps: Botanical Bookplate, Vol. 1 (
Flourishes)
Paper: Classic White (Flourishes); Kraft, Always Artichoke (SU!); Basics White (Basic Grey)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories/tools: Grand Calibur, Labels Eighteen Nestabilities, Tailor-Made Classic Bookplate Template (Spellbinders); ribbon, twine, button, eyelet, Crop-o-dile, Copic markers

 

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12 comments:

  1. Lilies of the valley are at the top of my favorite flowers list - these stamps are a must have! Love your pretty bookmark!

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  2. ooo I love how pretty that rounded edge looks on the bookmark! Lovely Bar!

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  3. I love this new stamp and your bookmark is so pretty!!

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  4. Loved the bookmark! Great colors, too!My Lilies of the valley are just comming up, so soon I will have the real thing in my yard. I must have this stamp so I can enjoy them longer.

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  5. love the book mark, they are so handy, and thoughtful too. Also love the Lilies of the valley, and pansies. they are such gorgeous stamps, and a must for spring.. ...Thanks for sharing... hugs.

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  6. love the idea of book marks, they are so handy and thoughtful. Also the Lilies of Valley and the pansies are a must for spring. thanks for sharing......hugs

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  7. This is fabulous, girlfriend... especially cutting the end with the Labels 18 die!

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  8. What a lovely bookmark Barbara - your coloring highlights just how delicate the lily of the valley is. Thank you for sharing.
    Anne Pask.

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  9. What a dainty little book mark! Very cute!

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  10. Lovely Bookmark. Such a pretty floral set.

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