Monday, 9 April 2012

Inkylicious Bookmark

Some years the spring holiday is wall to wall blue light winds all round very pleasant.     Not this year LOL.   It was necessary to pop to the shops today knowing it would be crowded and I was not disappointed gave town a miss but did need to get lunches for the rest of the week.

Came home and played, one or two pieces for future sharing are ready and then this bookmark.   Been quite a while since making one of these and it was fun to do.   Grunge Paper 3" wide and 5.5" long, just long enough for an on the edge die.  Before it was die cut Nick Bantock inks blended over the Grunge Paper on both sides.   After it was die cut stamped it down the center some of the image picked out with Crackle accents.   Some white lace coloured red with Glimmer Mist, some green organza ribbon and brown fiber each threaded with a glass bead and then through and eyelet set in the bottom of the book mark.

Sharing this with
Artistic Stamper - April Challenge Ribbons and Lace
Always Crafting - Anything but a Card
Gingerloft Challenge - Anything but a Card
The Crafty Pad - Use a die cut

Well it's back to work tomorrow so I'm off to bed in a moment, not complaining happy to have a job!

19 comments:

  1. oh wow this is gorgeous .. i love the die cut edges
    Lisa x

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  2. That is fabulous, Zoe! Gorgeous colours.

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  3. Lovely book mark, enjoy your day at work! Valerie

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  4. Beautiful Bookmark and a great idea for the die-cut challenge.

    thanks for taking part in the Crafty Pad Die-licious challenge.
    Ax

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  5. A fabulous use for the on the edge dies and love the colours with the fibres and beads.
    Have a good week.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  6. Love the colours and the unusual shape Zoe :)
    Von x♥x

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  7. Fab creation, love the colours! Thanks for linking up to The Crafty Pad's challenge this week. Estelle x

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  8. Great bookmark - love the design and the bright colours. Very useful too!!

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  9. This is a little beauty my lovely!!! Gorgeous colours and a real inspiration piece xxx

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  10. Hi Zoe - this is gorgeous, love those vibrant colours and stamping, as a big book worm, this is right up my street..why have I never thought to make a bookmark ?...watch this space ! Esther xx

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  11. Oh, so unique and creative! Thank you for playing along at the Crafty Pad :-)

    Venus-DT
    http://weheartpapercrafts.blogspot.com/p/my-giveaway.html

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  12. Firstly thank you for your lovely words they mean so much to me and you hit the nail right on the head. A beautiful bookmark beautifully designed and the inkynesss is a pure joy. The beads and fibres are a fab addition.

    Marie

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  13. What a fabulous creation...very unique bookmark and I love the colours!! Good luck and thanks for joining us over at The Artistic Stamper Challenge.
    Emma x

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  14. Wow, this is fabulous Zoe, and a great way to use one of these dies, I love the dangly beads off the end as well.

    Maria x

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  15. WOW ZOE this is stunning!! Thank you so much for joining us at Gingerloft this fortnight and good luck. Hugs

    NIKKI DT

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  16. Fabulous colours Zoe and I love how you've used the die.
    xxx Hazel.

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  17. What a creative use for the edge die Zoe. Love how you incorporated all the different colors!
    Have a wonderful weekend
    hugs Lynn

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  18. Beautiful, Zoe! I haven't seen the die used this way... love it!

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  19. Thanks for playing along at The Artistic Stamper this month. Love the unusual shape it's fab ;)
    xoxo Sioux

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