GrowingInUnity Unity Stamp Company Craftisan Studios Kim Rippere

I used to be a voracious reader, more recently this hasn’t been the case.  This year I am doing a reading challenge to get back to reading.  While I do much of the reading on my kindle, I do still read actual books.  So…I needed some bookmarks!

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  1. Paper:  Neenah Solar White #80, 6×6.
  2. Flowers:  Unity Stamp – Tangle Flower, stamped with Distress Ink – Concord, clear embossed, and colored with Copics.
  3. Sentiment:  Unity Stamp – Let Your Heart Take Flight, stamped with Distress Ink – Marigold, clear embossed, and colored with Copics.
  4. Once colored, cut into 3 2-inch strips.


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27 thoughts on “Tangled Bookmark Triptych

  1. Great idea! I love my books too, but usually just use an old piece of scrap paper or one of those magazine advertising inserts. Guess I will have to get stamping soon!

  2. Wonderful idea,love those gorgeous,beautiful bookmarks! I used to read a lot but lately I’ve become a little lazy since I’m trying to learn this new hobby of scrappbooking,which I love!

  3. WOW, I LOVE how you colored the images. The graduated greens look awesome!!!!!

  4. I love this unique idea and the colours and images. I’m a huge fan of triptych art and your take on it is genius! Thank you for such inspiration!

  5. I love the dimension from your coloring.. I love the colors green and purples together. The concept is great, bookmarks. Make sure you laminate them….they are keepers… Thanks for sharing such beauty.

  6. Awesome idea for bookmarks. I should find something manly or funny and stamp something for Paul that he can use.

  7. Love the way you turned this unique and colorful design into 3 bookmarks! Just gorgeous

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