Join Dawn McVey today as she shares a bright and fun collection of not so basic bookmarks and her tips and tricks on how you can create your own:“I’ve been reading a lot lately and while a lot of times I read on my Kindle, there are just some types of books that I like to have a hard copy of so that I can underline or write in them if needed.  I also loooove having pretty bookmarks in my Bible and Bible study workbooks, but have given a lot of them away over time, so I’ve been wanting to make a new stash of bookmarks to have on hand and that’s how this project came about.  Not only that, but I’m finding such inspiration lately, from using up all the bits and pieces left over on my desk, after the big crafting marathon that happens for each month’s release!  So I literally used a ton of leftovers and the Basic Bookmark dies to create this collection of not-so-basic bookmarks!  I hope you’ll stop by to check out all the details!  I’ve got lots more pictures for you, too!”


  • STAMPS: New Every Morning, A Cheerful Heart, Cover Up: Grid, Vintage Linens, Farmer’s Market Florals, Orchid Expressions, Stitching Garden, Corner Adorner: July
  • INK: Hawaiian Shores, Tropical Teal, Olive Twist, Raspberry Fizz, Hibiscus Burst, Berry Sorbet, Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, Pale Peony, Fine Linen, Versamark
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Vellum, New Leaf, Saffron Spice, Berry Sorbet, Hawaiian Shores, Raspberry Fizz, Aqua Mist, Watercolor card stock
  • DIES: Vintage Linens, Farmer’s Market Florals, Orchid Expressions, Stitching Garden, Corner Adorner: July, Grand Botanicals, Fruit Salad: Cherries, Basic Bookmarks 1, 2 & 3, Shape Shifters: Square 2, Mix & Mat: Pretty Brackers, Mix & Mat: Plaid, Pierced Feature Frames
  • OTHER: Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers, Water brush, ink blending tools, white & gold embossing powders

CLICK HERE to visit Dawn’s blog to see more!

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    Sharon D says:

    Love these! I especially like seeing the photos of all of them together–so colorful, full of variety, but also coordinated.

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