Wednesday, July 21, 2010

3 Bookmarks for today!

3 Bookmarks for todays post!
Hope everyone is enjoying their day!!! Its been beautiful outside here, and a little hot, but LOVE that!!!
For todays post I wanted to share 3 bookmarks I made.
This 1st Bookmark
  was cut using the Cricut Expressions Machine, and the Storybook Cartridge from Scrapbookpal.com, Im sooo LOVING my new Cricut Expressions, and use it all the time! I love this cartridge tooo, since there are sooo many shapes you can cut, and layers tooo!!!
Supplies Used:
Stamps:Our Daily Bread Designs
Cardstock :Papertrey
Ribbon: The smaller pink checked is from RRR/Rosettes are handmade by me
Roses & Stick pen to embellish!!!


Bookmark #2
this one is made using the Spellbinders!!!
Supplies Used:
Spellbinders
Stamps:ODBD/papertrey
Copcs to airbrush
Ribbon: Large cream is very very old, others are Grosgrain and you can find them HERE at Really Reasonable Ribbon!!!
Flowers,rosette(handmade again by me),gems


3rd Bookmark!
The frames were cut with the Cricut Expressions, and the Storybook Cartridge!
Supplies Used:
Cricut/Storybook Cartridge from Scrapbookpal.com
Stamps: ODBD/TGF
Dp:Crafty Secrets/AC
Embellishments:Ribbons,flowers,gems,drops,airbrushing!

Challenges:
My Time to Craft Challenge/Check it Out!(Bookmark #1)
Stampavie and More/Anything goes(My Bookmark #1)
Paper Sundaes/Make your own flowers(THE ROSETTES ARE HANDMADE BY ME)
Paper Playtime/Flower Power(entering bookmark #1)
The Stampman Challenge/Anything goes(Bookmarks) #1 entered!
Creatalicious Challenge/3-D My Bookmarks
AIFactory challenge/Flower Frenzy

Thank you for looking and enjoy your day!!!
Hugs,
Cheryl

18 comments:

Crystal said...

WOW Cheryl these bookmarks are GORGEOUS!!! I love all the different colors you used..Beautiful!!!

Lisa said...

Oh wow Cheryl, these are beautiful! What a fantastic gift these would make!! Thanks for joining us at Paper Playtime this week!

angelique (anlou) said...

oh my
those are really great bookmarks
just perfect and adoreble
hugs angelique

Kym Weber said...

Wow, Cheryl! These are absolutely gorgeous! They're definitely to stunning to use as bookmarkers! Fabulous job!

~Hugs~Kym

Wendy said...

Gorgeous!!! I am so glad that I ran across your post at SCS. I have that cartridge and need to look into it a bit more!!! Do you have a tutorial on your CUTE rosettes?

Crafteezee said...

Wow, these are gorgeous!

Hugs Tracy x

Bonnie - Really Reasonable Ribbon said...

The bookmarks are gorgeous Cheryl! You did a fantastic job!!!

Janis said...

These are so dainty and beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Thanks for playing in paper with us this week at Paper Playtime. :) Janis

Tenia Nelson said...

These are soooooo gorgeous!!!!!!

Ms. Jen said...

Oh Cheryl, these are so beautiful! I especially like the last one, the saying is perfect.

Jo said...

Hi Cheryl.

These bookmarks are so lovely. Thank you so much for playing along at The Stampman challenge.

Well done you. I've just spent far too much time looking around your blog. You clever lady!

Jo xx

Lesley said...

Beautiful bookmarks! Thanks for taking part in the MTTC challenge xx

Cindy Haffner said...

Ohh Cheryl this is GORGEOUS!!

Heidi said...

Cheryl, all of these are beautiful. I made one last week for a friend at work that likes to read and she loved it.

Jo said...

Hi... thank you so much for nipping over to my blog.

I've added you to my favourites now so I can keep an eye on what you've done.. lol.

Promarkers? They are very similar to the copics, work in the same way, but they have slightly different ends. It is an actual nib and not a brush end like the copic. If you check out Letraset that is the company who make them.

thank you again for stopping by and leaving me some lovely comments!

Jo xx

alicaz said...

Oh wow! these bookmarks are stunning and your flowers are gorjuss.
Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes this week!

Cheryl said...

WOW gorgeous and the colours are beautiful!!! Thanks for joining us at Creatalicious!!
xx

Tami said...

I really like these bookmarks. Could I request a tutorial on making them with spellbinders and I would like to see how they set in a book with them being 3d I assume that part goes to the outside of the book? Hugs