Saturday, October 23, 2010

BookMarks

 

Hello my crafty friends, I hope you are all having a great weekend so far!! As for me I was busy with my daughter Ashley making bookmarks for the girls in her class. They have been reading Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory and she said she wasted to make bookmarks for herself and her classmates ( she is such a sweetie).

Here is my Ash using Modpodge to put the paper on the chipboard.

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Here are the pieces that went on each book mark.

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These are the finished bookmarks ( we still need to add the names to the top)

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Materials Used:

  • Rock Princess Cartridge
  • Gypsy and Cricut
  • Stamps Rock on by Pink by Design ( these are so cute!)
  • chipboard
  • paper from Me and my Big Ideas All girl paper pack
  • Modpodge

We made 11 total today for all the girls in her class, tomorrow we will make 11 more for the boys!! These were so fun to make, it was great spending time with my crafty little girl!!

Thanks for visiting, Please leave a comment, I love them, it really makes my day!!

Lots of Cricut Love,

Erika

7 comments:

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

These are great! So fun to craft with the kids!

Audrey Frelx said...

Those bookmarks are adorable, Erika. I know you and daughter are having fun doing those together!

I wish my fur-baby Buster could do crafts with me! LOL!

GabyCreates.com said...

This is so great! I wish my grandbabies lived near me to scrap together! cute project!!
... Erika, I do not know when is coming out, all I know is that my Michaels is selling all the Cricut Cake accessories for half price.. so I was thinking they were not doing that great with sales?
Gaby

lovemypaper said...

She did a wonderful Job!

K Andrew said...

OMG! I love these--I wish I was in her class--because I want one of these adorable bookmarks--I love to read--so you two are girls after my own heart! Just precious!

ScrappingStephanie said...

Hello Erika. LOVE your bookmarks. I need to get in touch with you but can't find your e-mail address. Can you please e-mail me at sar342@aol.com. Thank you.

Stephanie

teachU14 said...

I can't wait for my girls to get big enough to craft with me. What great mother/daughter bonding :) And these book marks are wonderful. I'm sure her classmates will appreciate them.