Sunday, 17 August 2014

Corner Bookmarks

I came across a website with an idea for making corner bookmarks.
Click on the link below for clear instructions how to make the basic corner bookmark shape.
http://tallystreasury.com/2011/02/corner-page-bookmarks-3/ 

This seemed perfect for using up even the tiniest of snippets, so I played around using different colours and this is what I came up with.... a ladybird, penguin, Minion, frog and owl. The ladybird shows how they attach to the page of the book.

Here's another one I made.  

I bought some animal print backing papers years ago and never used them.  They would be perfect for these bookmarks.  I just need to find them!!!

Pixie's Crafty Workshop as given me lots of inspiration to use up little snippets instead of adding them to the pile!  Click here to enter this week's challenge.

11 comments:

Veerle said...

Hey Liz I saw them on a german website but you have made real funny ones.
I really love them. Well done Liz. They are sooooo nice.
Hugs Veerle xxx

Di said...

You said the magic word 'snippets' Liz!! Come and play - these are absolutely great :-)

Hugs

Di xx

Brenda in IN said...

These are adorable and great for boys or girls. Cute as can be.

Maarit at Violets Corner said...

Super fun bookmarks, love them!

Warm hugs
Maarit

Pat said...

These bookmarks are lovely Liz, really inventive and fun. I adore the panda. x

Di said...

LOVE these Liz - really clever and great use of snippets too :)

With luck your Playground prize should arrive today - I posted it 1st Class yesterday.

Hugs, Di xx

Jean Straw said...

I love these fun bookmarks Liz, they look great. I am now following your blog.
Jean x

Hettie said...

Again, brilliant. I love that owl one.
Hugs
xx

Liz said...

Thanks, Jean. Off for a look at your blog........

Rebecca said...

This is such a good idea, I think i need to have a go!

Liz said...

They're so easy to make, Rebecca. You could also decorate them with flowers etc if you wanted. Just make sure the decoration is flat so it doesn't ruin the pages when the the book is closed.