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Thursday, 06 December 2007

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Ruth

Wow, thanks for the tutorial! Fabulous idea. Thanks for the chocolate roll recipe too, I'll be making that for Christmas this year.

Pauline

Hey what a great idea! The kids will be making some to go into Christmas book gifts.

Violet & Rose

Oooh, I love a good bookmark. I'm just making some myself. And I love the knicker elastic. Every young lady should carry a card of "Joan's" in their purse in case of a knicker emergency!

And yes, the chocolate roll recipe. I'm going to give it a whirl too.

gkgirl

this is an awesomely adorable idea...
thanks for sharing it!

michelle

such a great idea, thanks so much for sharing! I so want one of those Japanese hole punch thingies, I must say I am quite jealous ;)

Jenny

Great idea-thank you for sharing. It would be a good one for the children to make at school :)

kirsten

funny! knicker girl. it is a funny sounding word, i think. anyway, clever and fun idea - good for the kids to do, too.

kirsten

funny! knicker girl. it is a funny sounding word, i think. anyway, clever and fun idea - good for the kids to do, too.

Zelia

Those are pretty cool Marianne:) Thanks!

Anastasia

These are great - the other day I recylced some clothing tags and collaged them to make christmas tags ...we were thinking along the same lines!

Catalina

Great idea! Thank you! wonderful and useful tutorial Marianne

Catalina

Great idea! Thank you! wonderful and useful tutorial Marianne

Susann

Marianne, there are a lot of bookmark templates in internet, but I love yours because of the elastic book closure technique.
Really great!

Thanks for sharing!

Someday Crafts

Great idea! I'm linking at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com

Cristina Silva

Hi, loved your tutorial.
My name is Cristina and I came from Portugal.
I usually do stuff in felt and i took your idea to do several bookmark:
http://crafts-experiencias.blogspot.com/2010/03/1-passo-passo.html
Thanks for sharing!

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Mary Mactavish

The word "knickers" reminds me of Australia. :D

rose

Merry Christmas! Just wanted to let you know that I've been making your bookmarks as gifts for 3 years now. I've made a few changes (I sew all the way around them to make sure they stay shut and I use heavy scrapbook paper) but it's still very much your idea. People LOVE them. Thank you so much for sharing!

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