ModaScrap Susan's Garden Club

Poppy Bookmark

July 31, 2018

Hello crafters,

It’s Sara here today, and I have a Poppy Bookmark to share with you.

 

Step 1 – For the base of the bookmark, die cut the largest tag from the Love, Life Tag die set from Kraft brown cardstock.

Step 2 – Create a Bubble Effect background to add extra interest. Mix dish washing liquid, white acrylic paint, and a little bit of water in a bowl. Blow bubbles through a straw, and lay the bookmark onto the surface of the bubbles to burst them and transfer color onto the cardstock.

Step 3 – Using the Garden Notes – Poppy 2 die set, die cut enough pieces from White Soft Finish Cardstock to create one flower.  To assemble the poppy, follow Susan’s instructions in her video tutorial  here.

Step 4 – Adhere the Poppy to the bookmark and tie some twine through the hole at the top for a country look!

I hope you like it!

Thanks for stopping by.

Sara

Supplies:

Elizabeth Craft Designs:


Other:

Kraft Cardstock

Copic Markers

Dishwashing Liquid

White Acrylic Paint

Straw

Bowl

Twine

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4 Comments

  • Reply barbara ariens August 3, 2018 at 4:41 pm

    who knew I could have been calling my screw ups “effects” LOL I seem to always smear glue or something somewhere on my projects I never knew there were similar looks that were actually something done right Thanks Sara, very pretty

    • Reply Frances Byrne August 4, 2018 at 3:03 am

      Sara would like to thank you for your comment. The background was inspired after seeing something created by Chiara Modenini from ModaScrap at a show she attended. This effect was created using a bubbling technique using a mixture of acrilic paint, dish soap and water..

  • Reply Beverly July 31, 2018 at 6:44 am

    very nice but is it to thick for a bookmark.? Maybe a tag on a special package.

    • Reply Frances Byrne August 4, 2018 at 2:57 am

      Sara says that before creating this post, she tested the bookmark by inserting it into a book and, since it is paper, it become a little less thick but, if you arrange it once you take it out of the book, it gets back in shape!

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