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Saturday, May 2, 2015

The Eyes Have It!

No matter how many books I read on my phone or Kindle, I still prefer the weight and smell of a
good book in my hands, paperback or hard cover! So today I made a bookmark using a digi from Bugaboo Stamps. This little fella is called Frog and is colored with Copics. I fussy-cut him out and made a "flap-over" bookmark out of a paint strip. I had to keep the embellishments down to a minimum in order to lie flat in a book, so I added a few sequins and hand-wrote the sentiment, " This book is absolutely Ribbit-ing."      When the bookmark is placed in my book, my frog's "bug eyes" peep out over the top of the book, like in my photo.

I'm entering him in this month's Catch the Bug's Anything Goes challenge. 
Other Challenges I am Entering:
Crazy for Challenges - related to vision or eyes
Less is More - Opposites on the color wheel (green & purple)

7 comments:

Chrissie said...

What a fun frog... I like the feel and smell of real books too!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

VIRGINIA MONTAGNA said...

I'm with you gals. I like a real book too and I use my local library all the time. Am hooked on Stuart Woods "Stone Barrington" series. Love them. He writes 2 new ones a year and I am rereading them all again.
Easy to ready and great flow throughout the book.
Virginia Montagna

ike said...

Bwaahahahahaha !!! How fabulous that is and it sooo made me chuckle this morning. Super idea and his eyes just look so crazy peeking out the top there :-D xxxxxx

Neets B said...

Hehe, loving that quirky frog and his little wobbly eyes popping out. Great bookmark.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More GD

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Fun and funky frog - great idea for your project and love the image and colour choices.
Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
Sarah xx
Less is More

Donna Ellis said...

What an adorable book mark, Pat! I love it! Thank you for visiting my blog today, and leaving such a sweet comment! hugs, de

Alison C said...

Love it! And the eyes peeping over the top. You're right you can't beat a book.