Saturday, December 24, 2011


I made these for a friend for Christmas as she loves to read and also loves books vs an e-reader. I kept them all pretty simple so they’d work well in a book and not be bulky.
For this first one I was really pleased because I tried an experiment, I stamped the image with VersaFine and then let it dry for a few days and then used my copics and it worked pretty well.
I used THIS tutorial at SCS for this corner bookmark~
The little details~ Pricilla, VersaFine, copics, Diamond in the Rough Cuttlebug embossing folder, SU Whisper White craft ink, scraps of paper, Martha Stewart punch, nestabilities, SU Certainly Celery ink, CTMH Seasons, SU Not Quite Navy ink,
danni siggywinter


June Houck said...

CUTE! Danni, I love your colored images; always so fun and they make me smile.

melissac said...

So cute!! I'm sure she'll love these!!

Lynette said...

Very cool and pretty, Danni! I see so many bookmarks that are so thick - I don't see how they could actually be used to mark your place!

Merry Christmas!

Leanne said...

Aw, these turned out terrifically! Bookmarks are so fun to give as gifts. I think you just gave me an idea for a friend of mine. Thanks Danni and wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!!

Creations by Shirl said...

Awesome gift ideas to give to reader's.
Wishing you and your family a joyous Christmas Danni!

Shirley N said...

Beautiful gift set and coloring Danni! Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

Kelly Schelske said...

These are wonderful Danni!

Mary J said...

Both so fab Danni!

Have a fantastic Christmas honey!!

Have A Scrap Happy Day said...

Both are super awesome. The image on the first bookmark is just perfect. I love the corner marker idea too. TFS and Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Heather Huggins said...

Beautiful card. Merry Christmas!

Amanda R said...

Love these Danni! I love to read and although I don't get much time to do it anymore I still love bookmarks just in case! Love that dark blue paper you used, really sets off the image nicely.


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