Two weeks ago, I showed you ten bookmarks that I made for the Best Challenge in the World 2018 and today, on World Book Day, I want to share another ten bookmarks that I made for the association Mañoscrapperas.
Said association set out to collect bookmarks for patients in different hospitals of the Aragon region. They reached and surpassed their goal of 3.000 bookmarks, which is absolutely amazing. Here’s my small contribution:
I showed you the first four to the left in this blog entry for La Pareja Creativa. But I made six more using stamps by Jane’s Doodles and Stamp Anniething, as well as a monster stamp designed by me, which you can download HERE.
I really felt like doing some cross stiching and with these dies by Paper Smooches and La Pareja Creativa, it was a breeze. I’m thinking of buying a backgroung cross stitch die, but you can get almost the same result by using a template and a needle and it’s a lot cheaper.
These cute stamps by Jane’s Doodles are so adorable! My friend Rosa from the blog “Scrap con R” (check it out, she resumes her entries in English) sent them to me in some happy mail. I colored them with Copic markers and carefully fussy cut them and glued them to the two tags, die cut with the Sizzix “Tag & Tie” die.
The sweet painter is by Stamp Anniething and I just new that I had to use my Kaisercraft “Stains” stamp set to create a colorful background for her. The wide tag is cut with the largest die from the set “Infinity Tags” by Sizzix, which I’m sure I’ll use a lot…
These two bookmarks don’t have a lot in common except for the black background, but they’re both quite charming, aren’t they? The monster seems to be looking up in the sky and wishing on a star, while the slender flamingo is posing, surrounded by glamour.
So that the bookmarks would arrive in perfect conditions, I made some vellum covers for them. This also makes it easier to distribute them at the hospitals, since the design of each one can be seen at first glance.
That’s all for today. I’m quite busy preparing the last details for our interactive cardmaking course (in Spanish) at Tarjeteamos, but I’ll be back on Wednesday! Take care!
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