Friday, April 8, 2022

What Ya Reading Today?

Today we're opening a new week's challenge at the Colour Crazy Challenge with our sponsor Scribbles Designs

I've selected their "Book Store" Image #865 and made a bookmarker today. 

 I printed the image about 3" tall and used my Copic markers for coloring the store front.  Then it was easy to match the burnt orange cardstock with the accents on the store to use for the backing.  I die cut both pieces with the Gina Marie Arched Stitched Tag die.  After securely gluing them together, I added the variegated orange and yellow fibers and yarns to make the tassel. Perfect for a bookmarker gift in a new book or just to drop in a greeting card. 

Thank you for stopping by today to view my blog.  I enjoy sharing my work with you and invite you to “Follow” my blog and to visit my site ~ “Not Just Scraps” on Facebook ~ where you can purchase my cards.

I’ll be entering this card in the following challenges: 

Mod Squad ~ Anything Goes 2 

Through the Craftroom Door 3/29 Challenge 

Use Your Stuff ~ Challenge 445 ~ Tags 

CD Sunday ~ challenge 82 

 Pam’s Pearls 



  1. A gorgeous image and a fabulous bookmark Pam - love it

  2. I like the shape of your book mark and you've coloured it beautifully.
    CD Sunday Plus DT.

  3. Oh my gosh, what an adorable book mark. I love how you have colored that image, it's simply wonderful!! Lots of fabulous work here, thanks so much for playing along with us for the last time over at the Mod Squad. I am very sad that we are retiring, it has been a great ride. Hope to see you around the web!!
    Judy~ MSC Designer

  4. A beautifully coloured image and a great shape for your bookmark.

    Thanks for joining us.

    CD Sunday Plus DT

  5. What a great bookmark! Love the image! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Use Your Stuff and hope to see you again.
    Tammy DT Coordinator.

  6. What an adorable bookmark/ tag. Thanks for sharing with us at Use Your Stuff

  7. Great bookmark and a perfect image.

    Thanks for joining us at the Use Your Stuff Challenge.

    Helen x