Friday, 6 August 2010

FWF Friday :)

It's Friday and its Friends with Flair today!!

Recently, I have been enjoying making these cute little bookmarks!
I will probably use them as Christmas stocking fillers, or i may even sell them!
I have a friend who sells gorgeous knitted creations - bags, scarves, toys - you name it- at craft fairs, and we were talking about sharing a stall near Christmas time. I have never sold any of my cards before, but i might just do it! We will see.........anyways.....enough are the bookmarks:

I chose the Tolkien quote as it reminded me how you can lose your place in a book, also how you can enjoy getting "lost" in a book ;)  It is from {ippity} "Delightful Little Things". The other quote just makes me smile everytime I see it; i can think of so many people I want give that to :) it is also {ippity} "Where You Should Be"

O and just in case you were wondering ;) here is what the bookmarks look like at the back:

Hope you like them.

There is a great tutorial here on how to make them - watch out - these can become addictive ;)

Next on FWF is ........Jennie......go on over now, you will not be disappointed!
Enjoy the rest of the hop,  then go let your hair down and celebrate cos's the WEEKEND!!!!!! Yay!!!!

luv n hugs
Elisabeth x


  1. Your bookmarks are amazingly beautiful!

  2. awesome bookmark.. I guess we were thinking alike on this one.. LOve it!

  3. Great little 'em!

  4. I love your bookmarks, they are so cute and thank you for the link to the tutorial!
    In response to your comment on my ippity blog, I would be willing to ship to the UK, send me an email and we can chat.
    Thanks, Nora Anne

  5. hey friend you blog just awsome great card too!

  6. I really need to make some of these bookmarks--they are the RAGE!! Love yours!! They are so fun--it makes me want to read (or finish the book I'm reading now!).

  7. these are just cute!-happy weekend:)

  8. Very cute! still haven't tried doing these - I just may have to play now!

  9. Love the bookmarks!! The one would be perfect to give as a gift along with a nice copy of The Hobbit.