Friday, November 19, 2010

Thank You Bookmarks

Thanks so much for all the kind thoughts and prayers for my grandma. She seems to be doing better each day and we are hoping that she might even be doing well enough by next week to leave the hospital to spend Thanksgiving at the house. She's looking forward to seeing a lot of family next week and I think that is helping to lift her spirits.

Today I have some thank you bookmarks to share with you.

I made a whole bunch of these bookmarks to slip into a few books as a thank you. These also make a great thank you if you want to send something other than a card to someone.

I didn't want to stamp the thank you on there permanently, so I stamped it onto a trimmed Post-It note. That way the recipient can remove the thank you and then use the bookmark. It's a way to say thank you if you aren't able to make a card to go along with it.

I stamped the book image from PTI School Time and the Thank You from American Crafts stamp set.

I made some Fall bookmarks using Terracotta Tile and Harvest Gold.

Here's a closeup of the stamped image and the PTI Book Print Impression Plate embossing. I think that Book Print IP is one of my favorites! It really adds a lot to the bookmark.

And I made some more neutral, natural looking ones too and added twine to add to the rustic, woodsy feel. These would be great to give to a guy as a thank you.

That's all for today. I appreciate so much you stopping by. Have a great, sunny weekend! :)

Supplies (All Papertrey ink unless otherwise listed.)
Stamps: All Booked Up, School Time, Thank You (American Crafts)
Ink: Fresh Snow, Terracotta Tile, Simply Chartreuse
Paper: Terracotta Tile, Harvest Gold, Kraft, Dark Chocolate, Rustic Cream, SS white
Other: Bookmark die, Book Print Impression Plate, Rustic Jute twine, 1/8" white silk ribbon


Cathy Weber said...

Great thank you gifts Monica. Very timely for me, I am making a few bookmarks tonight. I love that bookprint impression plate. Not one I have yet, but I really would like to get it in the near future.

Liz said...

Oh! I really like the embossing on the bookmarks! Great idea ;)

Betty Wright said...

These are terrific, Monica! I was just flipping through some of your posts! You have a fabulous style! I like Papertrey Ink stamps, too! Beautiful bookmarks and fabulous detailing!

Sara Mac said...

These are terrific Monica! I really like the banner panel for the sentiment.

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