Thursday, 16 February 2012

Corner Page Bookmarks

Here are some 'corner page bookmarks' which I have made as gifts for some ladies who are coming to craft with me today. I have tried to draw a diagram to explain how to make these but I can't get it onto here so will try to explain!!
Start off with a 4" square of cardstock and mark the centre point on 3 sides. Place your cardstock so you have a mark at the top and one on each side (unmarked side at the bottom) and then score from the top mid-point to one side and then from the top to the opposite side and fold over. The two triangular flaps can be held together by some sticky tape or just by glueing the decorative triangle on top. For these I used Rich Razzleberry cardstock and DSP with River Rock used for the leaves, cut from the 2-Step Bird punch, and the tag.
The tiny flowers are one of the Itty Bitty Punch Shapes Pack covered in Crystal Effects and a tiny Basic Pearl in the centre.
I thought that 'I'm here' suited a bookmark so I inked up just those words from a stamp in Curvy Verses with a Rich Razzleberry marker, stamped onto card and punched it out with the Jewelry Tag punch. I finished by personalising them with an initial cut with the Timeless Type Junior Alphabet die.


  1. What a lovely idea . . . and they are FABULOUS. I love them. xxx

  2. What a lovely gift to give your crafting friends Margaret! I love the 'I'm here' - such a perfect little detail. Vicky x


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