Monday, September 3, 2012

Read all about it: STAMPtember™

Hello everyone and welcome! During this month Simon Says Stamp celebrates STAMPtember™, and we are having a special week at Simon Says Stamp and Show, with a blog hop to all the design team members, who have all created a special project to share with you. You can win a $25 gift voucher from Simon Says Stamp on each DT member's blog by leaving a comment.

The challenge theme for this week is 'Read all about it' (projects must include stamping since it is STAMPtember™), and one lucky participant will win a grand prize, a $100 gift voucher from Simon Says Stamps.


This was a perfect topic for me since I love books and have been a 'constant reader' since the moment I learnt how to read. I decided to make a series of three bookmarks using layers of stamps and ink.

I used to collect bookmarks as a child and every time I started to read a new book, I would also pick a bookmark from my collection to use with that book. I sometimes made my own too, I would have loved these three bookmarks then.

The ledger stamp from the Stamper's Anonymous School Desk set is the perfect size for a bookmark and was stamped with Archival Ink Coffee on manila cardstock three times. Then the bookmarks were stamped with different script and alphabet stamps using French Ultramarine Archival Ink. Archival Ink is waterproof, which was important in this case since I wanted to use mist on top. One of my favorite stamps, the Alphabet Pattern, was clear embossed on top, not covering the whole tags. The tags were misted with a mix of Vintage Photo and Scattered Straw reinker, water and Perfect Pearls. After they dried, I inked the edges with more Vintage Photo.
I punched a hole in the upper corner and used a Tim Holtz reinforcer for each bookmark.

Three images from the I Love Books set were stamped with Archival Ink Coffee. I coloured them sparingly with craft nibs and Tumbled Glass and Scattered Straw ink. The sentiment of this bookmark was stamped on a die cut ticket with the French Ultramarine ink and inked a bit. Finally, I added a piece of tissue tape, torn piece of paper from an old book and twine.

On this bookmark, the base for the focal image was die cut using the Sizzix Fancy Labels Framelits and the heart for the sentiment comes from the Hearts set (love the shape of this heart). I didn't add any bulky embellishments to the bookmarks since then they wouldn't be very practical as bookmarks.

Love this tree stamp on the last bookmark and just coloured the sky very softly. The banner was cut with the Tattered Banners die.

I can’t wait to see what everyone creates on this theme!

Here's a bit of info about Simon Says Stamp:
'Simon Says Stamp was founded in 2002 with an interest in exclusively selling rubber stamps. It didn’t take long until we realized we couldn’t stop there. Over the past 10 years we celebrate rubber stamping in its full glory by giving access to people around the world to a one stop shop. Rubber stamps still remain the heart of our business and we are celebrating by hosting a “STAMPtember” ™ event intended to inspire, educate, and celebrate the greatness of rubber stamping. Part of the enticement of rubber stamping is that stamps can be used in creating or complementing ANYTHING! From stamping dates on bank documents and postage parcels in the early 18th century, rubber stamping has dramatically expanded to include card making, scrapbooking, mixed media and many forms of altering and expressing art.'

The next stop in the Simon Says STAMPtember™ Blog Hop is the fabulous Ashli Oliver, who has a very inspiring project to share. If while hopping, you encounter a broken link, you can go back to the beginning to find links to everyone who is participating in the hop.

Here's a list of all the blogs to visit in this blog hop:

  • Anna-Karin Evaldsson  (that's me)
  • Ashli Oliver  
  • Candy Colwell 
  • May Flaum
  • Sandra Mouwen  
  • Sarah Engels-Greer 
  • Suzanne Czosek  
  • Terry 
  • Tracy Evans

    Thank you for stopping by! Have a wonderful week! Don't forget to leave a comment for a chance to win a $25 gift voucher from Simon Says Stamp. I'll draw the winner on 12 September.


  • Anna-Karin

    Supplies:
    Stamps: Hero Arts: I love books ST506, 19th Century French Script AC015,  Alphabet Pattern ST501, Calico Borders, Stamper’s Anonymous Tim Holtz: School Desk
    Dies: Sizzix: Mini Tickets Movers & Shapers, Heart Set Movers & Shapers, Tattered Banners Sizzlits, Fancy Labels Framelits.
    Ink: Archival Ink Coffee and French Ultramarine; Distress Ink: Vintage Photo, Scattered Straw, Tumbled Glass; Distress Ink reinkers: Vintage Photo, Scattered Straw
    Paper: Ranger Manila cardstock; cream cardstock
    Other: Tim Holtz idea-ology Symphony tissue tape, Hole Reinforcers; Hemptique Aquamarine hemp cord; old book paper; Perfect Pearls; Zing clear embossing powder
    Tools: Big Shot machine, Ranger Craft Nibs

    294 comments:

    1. wow your bookmarks are gorgeous! Love the ledger background and alphabet stamping.

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    2. these bookmarks are so beautiful! how neat that you collected them as you were growing up. love the stamps you've used on them. :)

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    3. Anna-Karin, your book marks are so awesome! I love that ledger stamp you've used for the background. All of you little vintage images are so wonderful and really looks like you've using old book marks. <3 Candy

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    4. I loved reading as a kid also - and whenever my girls would say they were bored - I always asked - do you have a book to read - which they always did - yes - then you are not bored - so important to be able to read and enjoy it - thanks for the great bookmarks

      Barb Housner

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    5. Anna Karin.. I love your book tags! So sweet! They remind me of the old children's books. Beautiful!

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    6. Love the aged look of your bookmarks!

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    7. Oh what lovely bookmarks! Would make great gifts as well! Thanks for sharing!

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    8. These are gorgeous! Would be such a treat to use this to mark the book you're reading.:)

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    9. As a retired reading teacher, I also love bookmarks and yours are fabulous! I love the way you embossed the alphabets and sprayed the background. Your color combination and stamp sets all remind me of school! Thanks for sharing!

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    10. Awesome bookmarks, love the depth you achieved by layering the inks and stamps! TFS!

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    11. I, too, loved my books and a child and would have cherished your bookmarks. Thanks for sharing your art.

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    12. Just love your bookmarks they are so vintage!

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    13. Love your gorgeous bookmarks! They really look vintage, like a lovely old book.

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    14. Your tags are beautiful! Love vintage looking projects!!

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    15. Love all the yummy colors! Great project, it's on my to-do list!

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    16. These are really awesome, Anna-Karin!

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    17. As a reader am always looking for new bookmarks, will have to really spend time making some new ones from your wonderfull ideas!

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    18. Your bookmarks are gorgeous, makes reading even more fun!!!

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    19. I just love your colours! So fresh.

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    20. your bookmarks are lovely...so intricate and gorgeous. I am VERY inspired but not this talented yet! Thank you!!!!

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    21. Anna Karin, the bookmarks are fabulous! I have the very same set of stamps I Love Books and when I saw the challenge I KNEW I wanted to play! Thanks for the great inspiration!

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    22. Love how you used the ledger paper for your bookmarks. Those are all just darling!
      Lynn

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    23. I have always loved bookmarks and I enjoy pulling out one from my stash when I start a new book. Thanks for the inspiration for an entirely different look and shape!

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    24. This is such a great idea!! I love it since I love books and love to read as well :) Thank for sharing!!

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    25. Fantastic bookmarks. My highlight is the clear embossed alphabet pattern. Finally i read too much, that's why i use a kindle but i would definitely use your booksmarks to decorate my special books (:o)

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    26. Oh my!!! what fabulous bookmarks these are. So much work has gone into them. I'm just beginning my journey with this type of work so thank you for the inspiration.
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      Suzi x

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    27. Love your style - the bookmarks are awesome!!

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    28. Gorgeous bookmarks! I love that you used to make your own...my daughter does the same! I love the lettered background! Fab work!

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    29. Your bookmarks are so fabulous! Reading is a favorite pastime when I'm not making cards, so I love these. I love the antique look you created!

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    30. I love your bookmarks! The clear embossed Alphabet Stamp is a great detail. I must remember to try that! Thanks for sharing!

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    31. Gorgeous! I love these! I'm always so impressed with all the different things people can do with the same materials.

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    32. Beautiful bookmarks!! So warm and vintagey!

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    33. Lovely bookmarks, I also love reading from the start and I also collected bookmarks. My love for books made me into a librarian, best job in the world ( because we get to share or love with others).

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    34. Love your bookmarks! I always find inspiration on our blog!

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    35. Great theme! Love the bookmarks you made. Very creative. :)

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    36. Fantastic bookmarks. Love the colors.

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    37. great bookmarks, I am in love with those stamps!

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    38. Fantastic bookmarks! Love the colors.

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    39. So cool! Love the text backgrounds and the vintage style. :)

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    40. I've been watching your work for some time now and am in awe of your ability to color. You're very talented.

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    41. I really like these book marks, not because I read all the time and they help save my spot they were created so tight

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    42. Love the vintage style bookmarks

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    43. Love the bookmarks. I love reading as well and STILL collect bookmarks even though I am transitioning to the Kindle. But will still try to find a cool bookmark on my travels.

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    44. What lovely bookmarks, full of appreciation for the places they will hold in your books! Thanks for sharing.

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    45. Your bookmarks are sure to dress up any book you read! Great job

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    46. WOW... nice vintage looking bookmarks :)

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    47. Your bookmarks are terrific. you are very talented. Bookmarks have always been good gifts, I wish my sons could use them with their kindles !

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    48. Love the aged feel of these bookmarks and how fun to have a bookmark collection!

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    49. I'm excited to see that I have most of the products you used to create your project - that alphabet stamps is one of my favorites, too. Thank you for this reading themed tutorial!

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    50. Hi there, hope you are well. I love your bookmarks, the backgrounds are gorgeous, so vintage, and like Suzz they remind me of old school books, perfect for this weeks challenge. Lovely muted tones too. Beautiful detals. Enjoy your week. Tracy x x

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    51. What a creative way to mark a page with these vintage bookmarks! So well done.
      Gina G

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    52. fabulous bookmarks...lots of vintage charm!

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    53. Yes, they look like bookmarks I used 50 years ago. Great hop.

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    54. Love your bookmarks. Sounds fun to choose a different one for each book. I may have to adopt that idea. Hugs, Robin

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    55. Ooooh love your vintage bookmarks. They're fab, esp as they look like books themselves with the ruled papers.
      Annette
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    56. Fantastic bookmarks. I love the aged look. TFS

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    57. Love how you distressed your bookmarks! They are beautiful!

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    58. Thought I made a comment but don't see it. Great bookmarks and fun hop.

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    59. Bookmarks are a favorite of mine. I cringe when I see someone turn the corner of a page down. I love books and I don't want to damage them. Your bookmarks are wonderful.

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    60. Love the looks of these bookmarks/tags. Great ideas.

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    61. Love your bookmarks! I still make my own, too. I have a little box full of them :)

      Thanks for sharing your amazing creations!

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    62. What a wonderful idea! They are gorgeous.

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    63. Collecting bookmarks is a great idea - thanks for sharing!

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    64. Your bookmarks are fabulous! I love all the layers of stamping! :-) xx

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    65. These are absolutely wonderful. TFS!

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    66. Those are awesome bookmarks! I also make bookmarks and like to go through my collection when I start a new book and choose a bookmark to use with it :)

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    67. I love your bookmarks! What a great idea. I love to read too.

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    68. Gorgeous bookmarks/tags. I'm going to go look at those school stamps. Thanks for sharing these beauties.

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    69. Absolutely gorgeous! I love that vintage look; manila cardstock is such a wonderful and all-round base to start with. Have to do it by myself soon :)
      kind regards, serafeena

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    70. Wow! I have some of these supplies, so I think I may have to be a "copy cat!" Thanks for sharing.

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    71. Really great set of bookmarks!! Love the story of your childhood collection! Thanks for sharing!

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    72. As a teacher, reading and books are some of my favorite things. My first graders LOVE new bookmarks and yours are adorable!

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    73. These are terrific! Little treasures for books!

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    74. I am a lover of book marks too. These are beauties. Love the distressed look to them.

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    75. I collect bookmarks too...particularly handmade one. I LOVE these.

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    76. Love your bookmarks. I'm a voracious reader and love to make bookmarks, too.

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    77. Wonderful bookmarks! The shading is really nice and I love the vintage feel.

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    78. I love you bookmarks. Had not thought of this until now, but something similar would be great for someone that still reads books/or does not have one of the e-readers. I love just about anything with Vintage Photo on it! And your blue is a great pick to go with the browns of the Distress Inks.

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    79. Love the layers on your bookmarks!

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    80. Love your bookmarks! I have quite a collection myself. They make great gifts, too.

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    81. These are fabulous bookmarks! Love them... and may need to grab that XL alpha stamp!

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    82. Gorgeous bookmarks, Anna-Karin! I'm an avid reader too, and every one of these is an absolute gem which I would love to use in the many books I have on the go at once! Beautiful colours and stamping...
      Alison x

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    83. Those are wonderful stamps and tags, Oooo I love them! Michelle x

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    84. What a great idea. This would surely get kids excited about reading. I know I am! Thanks for sharing.

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    85. lovely bookmarks. I love making and using them too.
      Have a great day

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    86. I have always loved reading too. When I was young I remember the school librarian giving a bookmarker when you got out your books. I treasured those bookmarkers, but yours are wonderful!!! Wonderful!

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    87. Love your bookmarkers - they are beautiful and bring back great memories. Wonderful!!

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    88. Anna-Karin you bookmarks are spectacular. Thank you for sharing the techniques you used to create your bookmarks. You are an inspiration!

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    89. These are fantastic bookmarks, I used to collect them as a kid too, so every birthday/Christmas etc still, I always get at least one haha :) I love the vintage distressed look on these :)

      Tanya xx

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    90. Totally love your project. Thanks for sharing.

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    91. Great bookmarks! I love how school inspired and subtle the colors are!

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    92. WoW! Those bookmarks are gorgeous. Love the backgrounds.

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    93. Love your backgrounds on the tags/bookmarks!

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    94. Great bookmarks!! Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

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    95. Love the bookmarks & the stamp set you used to create them! Really liked the French ultramarine ink - don't think I've seen that before.. need to get my hands on some that! LOL Enjoyed this wonderful project - thank you for sharing it!! :)

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    96. I use to love book marks also, all my family got bookmarks for Christmas and birthdays.
      I just showed my grand daughters how to make some for fathers' day and my son in law loved them.
      I now craft more than I read, but I would love to use the School desk and make more bookmarks.
      Maria V.

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    97. Hurrah for books and bookmarks! Bookmarks are an interesting papercrafting challenge -- as you point out, many kinds of embellishments will make the bookmark impractical to actually use. Fortunately, there's no shortage of ways to mix up paper layering, stamping, embossing, various inky techniques, etc., etc. -- anything flat!

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    98. I also loved bookmarks! All my family use to get them for birthdays and Christmas. I just showed my grand daughters how to make them for fathers day and my son in law loved them.
      The School Desk is perfect.

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    99. Fabulous bookmarks! I also read all the time and I would love to use them.

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    100. What great bookmarks. Thanks for sharing your creative ideas.

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    101. These are just too cute! Love the coloring.

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    102. My Book Club girls would love these! I'll have to give it a whirl!

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    103. Love your bookmarks, the one with the tree is super.

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    104. These are fabulous bookmarks! I _still_ collect bookmarks, and have a huge stash. :P

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    105. these are just too cute xxx great gift idea xx

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    106. Awww! Ilove your prject! I love bookmarks too and I have I huge collection since my teen-age days :)
      TFS what a great inspiration!
      Loly Borda

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    107. Fabulous idea and awesome work!!!

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    108. Lovely bookmarks! The school desk stamps may follow me home really soon! They're lovely!

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    109. Very unique bookmarks! I like the layered look.

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    110. Love this scholarly vintage looki!!

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    111. Wonderful bookmarks ... love the ledger background. Great ideas ... thanks for sharing!
      Anita J.

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    112. Fabulous bookmarks. I love the dimension and the vintage look. Great idea!

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    113. Gorgeous bookmarks! I wish I could be that creative!

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    114. I would be afraid to use a bookmark that gorgeous! Thank you for sharing and for the chance to win!

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    115. I adore the sepia look of these bookmarks I especially love the tree. thanks for sharing and the chance to win

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    116. Love the layers. Especially the embossing.

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    117. those are lovely! you are so talented!

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    118. Wow! Love your bookmarks. I too love to read and my husband made my bookmark that's in my book :)

      Deanne :)

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    119. I love all the inky details on your bookmarks. The stamping and distressing and the added touches of labels, paper strips & tape made them very special. Thanks.

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    120. Love the bookmarks! Pretty colors!
      DeniseB

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    121. Fabulous bookmark/tags! I would love them too as I'm an avid reader also.

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    122. Really love your bookmarks. Thanks for sharing & for the chance to win.
      Angela

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    123. What a keepsake this is. I just came from my book club meeting a few minutes ago and I'm thinking how wonderful it would be to make something like this for the members. Thank you for this inspiration!

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    124. Your tags/bookmarks are fabulous!! Esp love the technique and all the fun textures! thnx for sharing!

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    125. I really love these book marks and the many details that you put into them.

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    126. Anna Karin, just love the techniques you used on your bookmarks. They are just divine!!

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    127. I have been drooling over that Stamper's Anomynous stamp for some time now, now I have to have it after seeing you use it....thanks for enabling me LOL
      Patricia
      the PaperTemptress

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    128. Your bookmarks are absolutely amazing. Such inspiration!

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    129. I just love the vintage look. Awesome job!!!

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    130. Love your bookmarks. I have a stash of bookmarks too. Even ones my kids had made me when they were little.

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    131. Absolutely beautiful~ awesome job!

      God bless!

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    132. I love your bookmarks I always have a bunch around :)

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    133. Your book marks are aweome; love the vintagy look to them.

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    134. Sweet tags! Love the side holes; very cool. Glad to see you used the tattered banner; it's one of my fave dies.

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    135. I love these bookmarks! Lovely images! I would love to have these in my books!

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    136. Wow I love the similar colors...it works so nicely. These are stunning! Since I took up reading again, I would love to have some wonderful bookmarks like these!

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    137. I read everyday, this is just an awesome set of projects for an avid reader.

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    138. I too love bookmarks! Great job... I love all the layers and especially the offset "eyelet" for the ribbon. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    139. These bookmarks are so unique and very well done!

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    140. I like the soft blue you used with the browns...and the images make me want to curl up with a good book!

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    141. I love your bookmarks. You made it to my inspire folder ;)

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    142. Soooooo very pretty!! Love the resist stamping and pretty coloring with the nibs! Very soft and beautiful with those stamps :)

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    143. Wonderful bookmarks! Love the techniques and the stamps you used!

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    144. great bookmarks they are so unique and different

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    145. I love books too and love a special bookmark for different books...all yours are gorgeous!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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    146. What a great project. I love stamping and Tim Holtz distress inks. =) Thanks for sharing.

      Tonya

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    147. These bookmarks are so vintage! Love the stamps you used and the colours.

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    148. Awesome bookmarks--I like the vintage look.
      slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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    149. I love your book marks and I can honestly say that is the one most thing I miss most about going electronically. But I do love my Nook Tablet. TFS

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    150. What a wonderful tribute to books! I love the colors on these bookmarks, so warm and cozy!

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    151. Ooooo! I'd love those bookmarks, even if I weren't reading a book! LOL!! Yours are amazing! Thanks for sharing :-)

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    152. Thank you for the great idea for the new school year!!

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    153. Those markers are so cute! You are talented.

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    154. Beautiful bookmarks!! Wonderful project!

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    155. Wow your bookmarkers are beautiful! Thanks for sharing them!

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    156. Great bookmarks! Thanks for sharing

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    157. Great Bookmarks! Thanks for the how-to instructions too.

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    158. I need a lot of bookmark too... :) Love your vintage style bookmark, thanks for sharing and the chance to win

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    159. Your bookmarks definately look like they are made by someone who has been loving bookmarks for years-fabulous project!

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    160. I love these vintage bookmarks what a great idea. Thanks for sharing

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    161. This is one of your best. I love your interpretation of this challenge.
      Tons of Hugs, Dangina

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    162. such beautiful creations! especially to a book lover like me! :))

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    163. Wow what great bookmark tags. Those are awesome.

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    164. Your project sparked some inspiration in me...I need bookmarks too! Thanks for sharing.

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    165. Hello Anna-Karin, beautiful bookmarks you've made - don't read too many books, because then you won't have that much time to craft anymore!

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    166. What a great project. I'm an avid reader.

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    167. these bookmarks are great thanks for the inspiration and ideas
      upnurse at aol dot com

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    168. What a great bookmark, i love the vintagy design… Now, i want one toooo!!!

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    169. Love your bookmarks! You have inspired me to make some! Thanks

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    170. Fab bookmarks--perfect for the challenge!

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    171. Love your work, great techniques and the great stamps you used.

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    172. These are wonderful bookmarks! I, too, learned to read in first grade and absolutely love books and the adventures they contain!! Love how you made these bookmarks - very special!

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    173. Your bookmarks are great, I loved my books when I was young too (still do) and would have loved some bookmarks like these to use while reading them.

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    174. Great bookmarks. I would have (still do) love them as a child. I loved reading to when I was younger - recently started again and have joined a bookclub amongst my fellow walking group. Might be inspired to make some for our new group. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    175. That are COOL Bookmarks, I also love the tree stamp it is so beautiful! My favorite book is Alice in Wonderland, so I should do something with that for this challenge. I'm going to start my project tonight!

      Love from The Netherlands,
      Leintje*

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    176. There's nothing like a great bookmark when pouring into a new book! Thank you for sharing these amazing one's with us. They are so cool and very creative. Love them!

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    177. LOVE ledger backgrounds! Ger x.

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    178. I love reading and what a fun addition, to be able to choose a special bookmark. Great idea and job. Thanks for sharing.

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    179. Thank you for the inspiration. Your work is lovely. I love to read too. ♥ Take care. :)

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