Thursday, August 18, 2011

Three bookmarks

I wanted to share three projects that I made recenlty with product from the Eyelet Outlet, one of our sponsors this month at Scrapping Everyday Miracles.

I decided to us the Half & Half dies from Papertrey Ink to make some bookmarks for my kids.

Here's Austin's:

I used PTI cardstock (stamper's select white), dies (Half & Half, Limitless Layers) & stamps (Wonderful Words, Turning a New Leaf & Tag it's #2). The patterned paper is Basic Grey, the little Owl is Hero Arts & the glasses brad is from Eyelet Outlet.

This next one is for Sage:

I used PTI cardstock (stamper's select white, hibiscus burts), dies (Half & Half) & stamps (Signature Series: Cupcake). The princess is a stamp that Sage got at Michael's & the glasses brad is from Eyelet Outlet.

And this last one is for Jonah:

I used PTI cardstock (stamper's select white), dies (Half & Half) & stamps (Signature Series: Dress Form & Tag it's #4). The patterned paper is American Crafts & the animal brads are from Eyelet Outlet.

Thanks for looking!


Joyce said...

These are so fabulous. I need to try this. You won't believe it, but I was making bookmarks last night until about 10:00. This is scary. Of course, yours are way cuter.

Ally said...

Leigh, these are sooo cute! Love those glasses brads! I wanted to order these dies when they were released and didn''re making me really kick myself, lol.

Elizabeth said...

Leigh you rocked those eyelets girl!!!

Keva said...

Oh gosh, those are too cute!!

Crystal said...

I love the layers on these little treasures! You create the best stuff :)

Cibele Glazer said...

Absolutely love the way you layered the die cuts! I'll be making these in the near future. ;)

Rebecca Geile said...

These are adorable! You really make me want those half and half dies!

carol (krillsister) said...

Cute bookmarks. Truly a reason to read as well as create a little excitement for back to school

Mayol said...

The eye glasses are so cute! Have followed your half&half die-cut layering to create my own. Thanks so much for the inspiration!