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Bookmarks with Dilly Beans

Happy Friday! I am so happy it's Friday.....it's a 3 day weekend! I LOVE having both of my kids at home. I am really looking forward to some serious playtime with them! But first...a little business. Though this kind of business if fun! It's time for a new Dilly Beans challenge! This week, we want you to make a bookmark! I for one, love making bookmarks, so I was excited to make a new one.

This little cutie is on the Dilly Beans discontinued list. Want to snag some fabulous images inexpensively? Go HERE to see what's available!

I used a mix of watercolor markers and alcohol markers to color her in. I just love her sunflower!

How do you like my new punch? My mom bought it for me for my Birthday. It's from Martha Stewart. I love how big it is. And I thought it went really well with this image.
Now it's time for you to visit the Dilly Beans Challenge Blog. Check out what the rest of the DT created for this week's Bookmark challenge! I'm off to go and spend some quality time with my daughter. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Loving the design and color of this bookmark.
DonnaMundinger said…
I just adore the colors you used on this and the border punch is fabulous! xxD

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