Saturday, September 12, 2009


I made this bookmark for my mother-in-law for her birthday. I used the studying Tilda for the image, she is sitting on top of a stack of books which are also from Magnolia. They were both stamped on simply smooth and coloured with my copics. In the background I punched out circles and added buttons to the middle of the circles. I used Crystal Effects on the buttons, and the glasses on Tilda. On the books I added some sparkle with my Stickles. I used an eyelet on the top to put the fiber through. I am sure she will love it as she is a very avid reader!!


  1. Oh, oh i love that you have used the books on a book mark, that is so inspiring! I must have them now, hehehe. Love the colours and everything about it! It's gorgeous, thanks so much for playing along and joining us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges. Hope to see you back again next challenge. xx

    MDUC Site Owner.

  2. What a great bookmark. Love the use of the books image along with the studious Tilda, love those glasses! Your Mom in law is going to love this. We're glad you could join us this week for the MDU Challenge. Hope to see you back next time.

  3. What a perfect choice of images for a bookmark - and what a fabulous job! LOVE it!
    Thanx for playing along at MDUC

  4. Oh, this is wonderful, what a clever use of stamps and the PERFECT projec to use them on, and so wonderfully coloured, I might add!! Fabulous project, thanks for sharing it with over at Magnolia Down Under, and I hope you'll join us next time around!!

  5. Jody, cute cute cute. I love it. I'm sure your mother-in-law will love it too. The scene is very nicely set up. Love all the details you put and your colouring is wonderful. Great job.
    Thanks for joining the challenge at MDUC.


  6. This is sooo adorable! Thanks for joining in MDUC.

  7. Oh what a perfect project. Love the books. Your colouring is terrific. Thanks for joining us at MDUC.

  8. What a great idea. I could sure use this to help hold my page in the Twilight series.
    Hugs xx