Simple Stampin’ Up! Bookmark

Stampin up stampinup demonstrator bookmark gift punch idea When I give gifts, I love to include at least a little something handmade.  This simple bookmark is a perfect partner to include with a book.  I didn’t add any “bumps” or dimension so that the bookmark would lay flat.  The “vase” was created using the Holiday Ornaments Framelits Dies.  Watch My Stampin’ Pretty Video Tutorial to see how.

A special thanks Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and fellow Advisory Board member Amy Storrie for taking this photo for me.  I forgot to photograph the bookmark before including it with gifts (part of a “My Favorite Things” exchange) for each board member and Shelli Gardner (Stampin’ Up! CEO and Co-Founder), while we were in Salt Lake City last week.

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Stamp Set:  Pursuit of Happiness (Wood-Mount 121907, Clear-Mount 121970), Button Buddies (Wood-Mount 122735, Clear-Mount 122737)
Paper:  2011-2013 In Color Designer Series Paper Stack (122384), Very Vanilla (101650), Pumpkin Pie (105117), Island Indigo (122923)
Ink:  Pumpkin Pie (126945), Island Indigo (126986)
Cool Tools:  Two Tags Bigz Die (115954), Holiday Ornaments Framelits Dies (127816), Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439), Boho Blossoms Punch (119858), Owl Builder Punch (heart & flower center, 118074)
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I enjoyed Sterling?s granola today with yogurt, honey and
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0 Comments:

  1. What a great idea, Mary! I love that it is flat!

  2. Carol Carriveau

    Very cool idea, Mary! Simple but great impact and wonderful gift for anyone who loves to read!

  3. I love your bookmark Mary, it’s beautiful. You have inspired me to give making a bookmark a try. I have several friends who are readers who I think would love one!

  4. excellent punch idea, mary frances!

  5. Love this project! Thanks for the idea. Also, last week you asked for new punch ideas, I knew there was one I thought about earlier this summer but couldn’t remember. Pulled the stamp set out today and it hit me, I would love a punch for the It’s a Wrap stamps…I make lots of treats throughout the year using that stamp set, would love an easy punch for them! Maybe you can bring that up on the advisory board!

  6. Cute little bookmark, Mary! Fun idea!

  7. Maria

    The scallop is built in – it is the Two Tags Bigz Die for the Big Shot.

    You can view the Two Tags Bigz Die by visiting this link.

    http://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=115954&dbwsdemoid=2026178

    Hugs, M

  8. Michelle McMahon (mcstamperNE)

    So clean and simple, and that sentiment is perfect for a bookmark. Thanks for sharing this inspiring project!

  9. Mary, you are so clever and creative! Thanks so much for sharing this! Have a great day!

  10. Outrageously beautiful! Wow! I love the bright, sunny feel of this bookmark and that you cleverly tweaked the ornaments to create a vase.

  11. What a very nice idea and a beautiful gift to give. I love it when you use one thing to make another.

  12. Such a fabulous idea Mary – Would tag any of my books with this marker. Thanks for sharing!

  13. Jan D., Florida

    Hummm…you just gave me an idea….I wonder if I could cut a bookmark out of a laminate pocket, then cut the cardstock the same shape and maybe trim a tad off the edges, do my stamping, etc. and then laminate this bookmark???? Gotta try this. Bookmarks are a staple item in my household…avid readers here. Love your bookmark and thanks for getting my brain moving this a.m. Have a great day!!!

  14. Hello Mary: I love this too, as always you have some of the greatest ideas. Can I ask how did you make the scalloped edge? I’ve studied the picture and I just can’t figure it out. I bet is super simple but my brain ain’t helping.:(

  15. Mary, I LOVE this! It’s so sweet and “sunny”. You never fail to amaze – thanks for sharing!

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