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Monday, March 21, 2011

Corner Bookmark

This is out of the ordinary, however, once you see it you will understand why I just had to have this. The tutorial is great and so easy to follow. Marlene from Whiff of Joy made this tutorial the original can be found here http://whiffofjoy.blogspot.com/search/label/bookmark. I found that Marlene has her own personal blog and if you know me by now I must share hers as well. http://www.scrapping-marley.blogspot.com/  She has the cutest card on their right now...She has so much on her site I could easily get lost for hours - and I do mean hours. I have already added her site to my favorites page.
Her whole blog is all tutorials and Inspirations...she has the cutest things!! As always head on over and check it out..never know what you might find!! I know I am heading over there to peek around.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.....so without further delay here it is!!!!

Hi ladies,

Today I want to make a tutorial how to make a corner bookmark, its really easy and simple to do!

Ok what you will need;
- 1 peace of cardstock 4x4 inch (10,9cm)
- 1 peace of cardstock 2 3/4 inch x 2 3/4 inch (6,9cm)
- Scoring board
- Cuttingtool
- Glue
- Decoration and borderpunch

You start with the 4x4 inch cardstock. Mark the center at 3 sides, so at 2 inch.
I draw a pencil line from mark to mark to make it easier to score.

Line up the lines or marks on your scoring board and score them diagonal.
If you did both sides, fold them like this.

Take your 2 3/4 x 2 3/4 inch cardstock and line it up diagonally in your papercutter and cut it.

Make a border. I used a Martha Stewart punch

Put the triangle on the front and back of your bookmark.
Its time to decorate now!!

This is my finished bookmark using a fabulous image from the new stampkit Life's a beach

This is the back

The back in a book

Hope you liked my tutorial and maybe make some corner bookmark too!!
Big hugs Marley


  1. Wow you shear in your blog very nice cards holder design i think its very spicule for a spicule personalty.

  2. This is an exceptionally pretty project, love it! I'm a new follower of Glitter Fantasies!


  3. These are beautiful!! What a great idea. I have an award for you on my blog.


  4. I love this bookmark! I want to try this ASAP! Thanks for the link to the instructions! I found you through Sarah! I'm your newest follower!

  5. How pretty! I can't wait to give it a go!