Do Something Creative Piggy Bookmark

Do Something Creative Every Day – Piggy Bookmarks

By PaperedChef, June 1, 2017

Do Something Creative Piggy Bookmark

Ingredients:

Stampin’ Up This Little Piggy Stamp Set
Stampin’ Up Crafting Forever Stamp Set
Color Theory Memories & More Card Pack
Color Theory Designer Series Paper Stack
Bermuda Bay Mini Chevron Ribbon
Crushed Curry Mini Chevron Ribbon
Old Olive Mini Chevron Ribbon
Basic Black ink
Powder Pink ink
Crushed Curry ink
Whisper White Card Stock
Stampin’ Up Tag Topper Punch
Stampin’ Up Tags & Labels Framelit Dies
Big Shot
Precision Base Plate
Cutting Plate
Brother Scan N’ Cut
Stampin’ Up Water Color Pencils
Aqua Painter
Stampin’ Up dimensionals or foam adhesives

Recipe:

Stamp the piggy with the daisy from the This Little Piggy stamp set. Stamp the clothespin from the Crafting Forever stamp set. Cut out the piggy and the clothespin using the Brother Scan N’ Cut. Snip off the daisy and leave a little bit on the bottom which looks like a piece of thread. Color them. In this example, the piggies were colored in Power Pink using both the marker and aqua painter. In this example, the clothespins were colored in Crushed Curry (marker), Bermuda Bay (pencil) and Old Olive (pencil). The sentiment is from the Crafting Forever stamp set. Stamp it in black ink onto the Color Theory dsp. Cut out the sentiment and a frame which is slightly larger using the Big Shot. Attach the sentiment, piggy, and clothespin using foam adhesives. Cut card from the Memories & More pack in half so that they are 2” wide. Punch with the Tag Topper Punch. Add 8” of ribbon to each bookmark.

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This Little Piggy Stamp Set

This Little Piggy
Item Number: 143922


2 Comments

  1. Anne says:

    how cute! I wanted to get that crafting forever set, but got something else instead. Now I wish I had gotten it lol

  2. Hattie Nelson says:

    How adorable are these little piggies!! I love how you share the “ingredients” and “recipe” with us.

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