Hello and welcome to another Sunday in the Limelight with Sharon Harnist! Today I have a fun bookmark idea to share with you:
It is made with a paint chip color sample! It is 6-inches long and started out 5-inches wide. I was able to cut one in half and still have the other half to use! After cutting it in half, I just rounded the corners, punched a hole in the top, and matted it with black cardstock to make it sturdier. The top is tied with twine.
I used Flourishes beautiful Winter Bouquet stamp set and stamped the smaller image onto an Inchie Arts white Twinchie (2-inch) matboard square with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then colored it with these Copic markers: BG000, E23, E25, RV63, RV66, RV69, YG61, YG63, YG67, YG93, YG97, YR21, YR24; and Lemon, Melon, Sand Atyou Spica Glitter Pens:
The sentiment from this set is originally meant as a holiday greeting, but I selectively inked the words I wanted and used a stamp positioner to make it into more of a Valentine/Love sentiment — Wishing You Never-Ending Love!
I hope you’ll have fun trying this idea with different color schemes and seasons/hoidays! Thanks for stopping by and I will see you back here next Sunday!