Thursday, September 26, 2019

Back To School Bookmark Classroom Give-away

Hello! I want to share something I created for my 2nd Grader's class which I think will be very useful  for the kids. I came up with this idea after seeing my son's planner because he uses a Post-It Note as a bookmark.

I am using a part of a cut file I purchased from Lori Whitlock's SVG Shop called Twist Pop Card Back To School. I only used the pencil cut to create the bookmarks. I die cut the elements of the digital cut using varied colors of cardstocks and a yellow Doodlebug patterned paper. The digital grouped cut came with a solid pencil cut which I cut twice the number of cuts I made for the other digital cut images.

I layered and adhered the cut images. Once I am done with all the pencils, I stamped their names on the solid colored area of the pencil to personalize the bookmark. I used a Martha Stewart Custom Stamp Setting Kit to heat emboss the names on the pencils. I used Versafine Onyx Black Ink and clear embossing powder for this. Some of the letters were not perfectly stamped. I used a Sakura Glaze Black pen to fix this.

To create the pencil into a bookmark, I applied a strong double adhesive tape on the back of the layered pencil. I lined the solid pencil cut to the back to adhere it. Now, it is a bookmark!

Thank you for visiting my blog! Have a blessed, brilliant and creative day!

Maria Giselle B.

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